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Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park

22400 Devonshire St
818-784-4849

This historic park, located in Los Angeles County where the Simi Hills meet the Santa Susana Mountains, is rich in natural, historical and cultural significance. Here in the western part of the Transverse Ranges, the land is dominated by high, narrow ridges and deep canyons covered with an abundant variety of plant life. The park offers panoramic views of the rugged natural landscape as a striking contrast to the developed communities nearby. 



Reviews

Lene capers

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Friday, April 27, 2018
The hillside terrain of Santa Susana State Park is amazing. It remains in it's natural state except for the foot paths left by hikers and the graffiti left by youthful taggers, brave enough to navigate the steep hillside. Still.. A very nice place for an afternoon hike while still within the Chatsworth City limits of the bustling San Fernando Valley.

Ricardo Marquez

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Commin through! This is my favorite place to hike in the whole world! Been all over this place and still find it challenging. I love connecting chatsworth oaks to this and Rocky peak.!

rob herr

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Friday, March 9, 2018
Very nice historical park. It is mostly unimproved, with little amenities, but plenty of trails. Historically the original Stagecoach Trail runs along a portion of Lilac Lane and to the east and west. To the east is the 'Devils Slide' a portion of the trail that was most difficult, and riders would have to get out of the stagecoach and walk up the trail behind the horses and coach. In between the old Stagecoach Trail and the Santa Susana Pass, there is the Santa Susana Grade Road, which was only used for about 10 years. Portions can still be seen to the South along the SS Pass.

Paul-Wall

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Friday, May 18, 2018
A very nice spot to come relax and take a walk. The park is family friendly and Hass been there for years.

Diane Brewington

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Saturday, March 17, 2018
The rock formations are amazing, the trails are easy to moderate, with lots of room to explore. Gorgeous views! Hiking is best in winter when the temps are cooler.

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