Canoga Park is a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, located just over 30 miles from the city center. Once part of a Mexican rancho before it became a U.S. holding during the Mexican war, this neighborhood is now home to an extremely diverse population, wedged between the Winnetka neighborhood to the east and West Hills to the west. Reserve a room in one of the Canoga Park hotels and explore this fascinating neighborhood for yourself.
Visiting Canoga Park
Once you land at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), flag down a taxi to bring you the 29 miles north to Canoga Park, or get there via public transportation. Hop on the LAX FlyAway shuttle bus service to Van Nuys, then switch to the Metro Local 169 bus to take you the rest of the way. Be sure to reserve one of the Canoga Park rental cars in advance to help you get around upon your arrival in the neighborhood. Once you've had time to freshen up at one of the hotels in Canoga Park, head over to the Chatsworth Nature Preserve, where you'll be able to explore over 1,000 acres of beautiful open space and observe wildlife at the Ecology Pond. Later, check out the Canoga-Owensmouth Historical Museum to learn more about regional history. Remember, downtown Los Angeles itself is just a hop, skip, and a jump away. Book yourself a stay at one of the many great hotels in Los Angeles and give yourself time to explore the city fully, whether you want to take in the view from the top of City Hall, ogle historic theaters downtown, or browse the food stalls at Grand Central Market.
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