Woodland Hills is a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, bordering the Santa Monica Mountains in the San Fernando Valley. The San Fernando Valley was originally explored in 1769, however, it was not really settled for almost a century. In the middle of 1860s landowners, like Victor Kleinberger, started to buy large areas of lands and create villages. Kleinberger founded the town of Girard, which would later be known as Woodland Hills. He started to develop the infrastructure by advertising in the newspapers and by planting 300 peppers trees, which soon became a monument in town. Soon the city started to bloom and expand far enough that it eventually became a part of Los Angeles. Many people moved here to be close to the city of angels but still live in a suburban area. Plenty of great things await visitors in Woodland Hills!
Woodland Hill is a nice urban area next to the Santa Monica Mountains and LA, which makes the city diverse and great for activities. Start the journey at the Upper Las Virgenes Open Space Preserve which is a 3000 acre preserve. Lots of hiking trails are available including both easy trails for beginners and steep loops for experienced hikers. Visitors will also have access to mountain bike rentals and picnic areas. Also check out the Topanaga Overlook. The top of the overlook provides excellent views of the Santa Monica Mountains, San Gabriel Mountains, and the San Fernando Valley. Valleys, hills, tiny ponds, and caves all decorate the trails that wind through the Santa Monica Mountains so outdoorsmen eager to explore will have plenty of opportunity to do so.
Woodland Hills also becomes an attraction during the holidays. Candy Cane Lane is a group houses in Woodland Hills that make their front yards into winter wonderlands. The so called Candy Cane Lane brings hundreds of visitors per night to admire the festive displays.
The historic mansion known as Leonis Adobe Museum shows visitors how the surrounding valley looked before Los Angeles became a gigantic city and everything urbanized. The authentic decorations, furniture, taxidermy animals, and guided tours will give visitors a great history lesson.
The best place to stay in Woodland Hills is the area between Ventura Blvd and Corbin Canyon Park where there are dozens of amazing restaurants and bars.
The weather is very nice all year in Woodland Hills so things like rain and gloomy weather should not be too much of a factor.
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Those needing to get some work done during their trip to Woodland Hills can choose from 356 places to stay that have WiFi. We have 59 accommodations that come with breakfast included. You can keep up with your workout routine by staying at one of 59 accommodations that provide gym facilities. If you're planning on arriving in Woodland Hills by car, be sure to choose from 333 accommodations that provide parking. 162 vacation rentals come with a pool or jacuzzi
Those traveling with a cat, dog or some other animal can stay in one of 61 accommodations that are designated as pet-friendly.
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