Get Outdoors in Santa Clarita

The mild, sunny weather in Santa Clarita, California, makes it the perfect outdoor adventure destination! Hit the trails via foot, bike, or horseback at these picturesque Santa Clarita spots. Bikers can enjoy a variety of road and mountain bike trails for all skill levels and there are over 70 miles of picturesque trails for running and hiking.c27b6b1febe39abd87baee75a360f53a4e8d191c

Placerita Canyon Natural Area is a 350-acre wildlife sanctuary that features seven different Santa Clarita trails, covering more than 12 miles. Trails range in size from the 0.16 mile Botany Trail to the 2.45 mile Los Pinetos Trail, which provides spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and Channel Islands on clear days. The Heritage Trail, which explores the cultural history of the park, is paved to allow access for strollers and wheelchairs. Guided nature hikes are available throughout the year at Placerita Canyon. A picnicking area is available near the Nature Center.

Towlsey Canyon is one of the best places to hike in Santa Clarita, with its mountainous regions, animal encounters and beautiful views of Southern California.

Castaic Lake and Recreation Center is a 9,000 acre park featuring many of your favorite water and outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, jet skiing, kayak rentals, swimming and mountain biking. Events at Castaic Lake include Night Float Tube Fishing, Moonlight Fishing, Moonlight Kayak, paddle board clinics and much more.

Vasquez Rocks offers a unique natural beauty that may be familiar to you from the films and commercials created there. Horseback ride, hike, camp, or rock climbing in this 750 acre reserve.d4d7361c630dd13c761327d4f006711508718417

Pyramid Lake is the perfect place for an educational day. Visit the Water Education Visitors Center, Vista del Lago, which brims with information and activities for kids, group tours, and a theater. At Pyramid Lake visitors can boat, fish, jet ski, and picnic.

Plan the perfect outdoor trip to Santa Clarita, California!