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Best things to do in Chatsworth, Los Angeles

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Park
“If you arrive here 30 minutes before sunrise, you can experience a moderately challenging climb to the top of a fat rock and look down on the valley. Lots of graffiti, but not necessarily a bad thing. Watch out for critters as you trek ”
8 locals recommend
Movie Theatre
“There are a few very good eateries and a frozen yogurt place in the same lot.”
7 locals recommend
Park
“This hike has amazing graffiti art, sweeping vistas of Simi Valley, and really cool/bizarre rock formations like a giant block of Swiss cheese and a tidal wave. Park at the north end of Kuehner Drive and hike east.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Fried Chicken, Soul Food. Family owned small but unique and authentic New Orleans.”
4 locals recommend
Bar
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“A Chatsworth favorite. Been operating since 1967. Offers family fun with a traditional Mexican atmosphere. And just one block away!”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The closest restaurant to the house. Lenny has been featured in various TV shows and voted the best BBQ in LA three years in a row: http://www.cookinwithlenny.net/ Note: cash only”
3 locals recommend
Park
“A good place to take a walk or for hiking. There is a baseball diamond and also basketball courts.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“ The story Santa Susana Pass includes an ancient Native American trail, rock outcrops that were used as shelter by native people and the hair-raising stagecoach trips down the Devil's Slide. The sandstone bedrock gives a wide-open badlands look, used as the background for many western films and tv shows. Stay out of the railroad tunnels, as they are in use daily.”
2 locals recommend
Bar
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“If your into country music 🎶 and want to step out for a while it’s just down the road ”
7 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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3 locals recommend
Museum
1 local recommends
Park
“A great place for walking or hiking. The entrance to the old Los angeles to San Francisco stagecoach route is there. There are tennis courts, Indoor and outdoor basketball courts. Hosts a nice children's play area. Chatsworth Historical Society is also there (free admission, check for hours).”
1 local recommends
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