Santa Clarita

Santa Clarita is the third largest city in Los Angeles County in Southern California.

26 things to do

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BJ's Pizza & Brewery

Nice atmosphere with cozy booths and tables. Outdoor seating available as well facing Town Center Drive. Huge menu of mostly American food. Large portions. The Strawberry Lemonade is fantastic. For those with a sweet tooth, you must save room for dessert, the pizookie is one of a kind (a cookie of your choice in a deep dish pizza pan with ice cream on top). Also has a full Bar with mounted flat panel televisions around the bar usually tuned to sports. Excellent choice for the beer lover. Custom brews as well as a wide selection of other beers from around the world. If you're unsure which beer to choose they will give you a free sample of their custom brews to help you decide.

Valencia Town Center

An outdoor shopping area starting at the corner of McBean Pkwy and Magic Mountain Pkwy gives way to a mall as you go East on Magic Mountain Pkwy. Several boutique stores, coffee shop, restaurants in the outdoor shopping area as well as Edwards Valencia Grand Palace Stadium Movie Theater. Restaurants at the Town Center include Salt Creek Grille, Buca Di Beppo, Poquito Mas, Johnny Rockets, Larsen's Steakhouse, Lazy Dog Cafe, Tilted Kilt, Sisley Italian Kitchen, T.G.I. Friday's, Souplantation, and BJ's Pizza & Brewery. Department stores in the mall include Macy's, JCPenney and Sears.

Reyes Winery

Open for tastings Saturdays and Sundays from 11AM 5PM. The Reyes Winery is located just north of Santa Clarita in Agua Dulce at an elevation of 2800 feet, in the newly established appellation officially known as the "Sierra Pelona Valley Viticultural Area." Vines were planted in 2004, and have been producing amazing wines. The 16-acre vineyard was personally planted by Robert Reyes and the Reyes family in April of 2004, and consists of five popular wine-grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Chardonnay, and Muscat.

Mountasia Family Fun Center

Overrun with young kids during the day, and slightly older kids in the evenings, this spot is nevertheless a fun place to go for miniature golf, batting cages, go-carts, and sundry other entertainment. Miniature golf is $6.50 per round, but a AAA membership gives a two-for-one discount. Parents of young children might be interested in birthday parties, during which children can be infused with cake, soda, and pizza and then unleashed on a climbing wall, video games, and other activities designed to maximize their sugar buzz.

Six Flags Magic Mountain

Open since 1971, is the leading attraction in Santa Clarita. Movie buffs will recognize this park as "Wally World" in the 1983 film ''National Lampoon's Vacation''. Buy your tickets online at their website and you'll usually get a deal like $10 off or buy one get one free Parking is $17 for self parking and $30 for valet. Six Flags Magic Mountain, the Thrill Capital of the World, firmly holds the coveted "Coaster Capital of the World" crown — with a total of 18 roller coasters — more than any other theme park on the planet.

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Agua Dulce Winery

Agua Dulce Winery is a 90-acre, fully operational winery and vineyard, featuring daily wine tasting and tours, a gourmet gift shop, and wine sales. This winery has earned the honor of being Los Angeles County's leading fine wine grower and producer. Wines from Agua Dulce Winery have won multiple medals in several national wine competitions. Their hand-crafted approach to wine making has been well-received, and the vineyard is blessed with natural soils, climatic and geographic advantages unique to the Sierra Pelona Valley.

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

Adjacent to Six Flags Magic Mountain is its sister Park Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. This tropical themed water park provides an entire day of fun for the whole family! The attraction lineup features more than 23 slides and activities that keep you cool in the summer months.

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Wine 661

Amazing parietals from all over the world and the friendliest atmosphere in town! If you are not in the mood for wine, they also have the best beer list around. So drop by the bar where there is always something for everyone and you will always be among friends.

Pulchella Winery

No expense is spared in sourcing the highest quality Paso Robles grapes and showcasing small vineyards that offer unique characteristics that would normally be overlooked by larger producing wineries. You can bring your own food to this wine tasting.

DRINK   —  +1 661-799-WINE —  24261 Main St

Valencia Wine Company

Valencia Wine Company prides itself on its selection, service and commitment to wine education. This wine lounge has an outdoor patio and offers weekly tasting classes and other special events including weekend live music.

Chi Chi's Pizza

One of the oldest land marks in Santa Clarita. This restaurant has been here since the beginning. Great pizza and Italian food at good prices. Many residents will tell you it's the best pizza or Italian food in town!

Claim Jumper

Huge portions of American food, you will have leftovers. Good food, but heavy depending on what you order. Quite a few choices for the meat lover. Even the desserts are huge - see the Chocolate Motherlode Cake.

Elephant Bar

Full Bar, Safari feel inside. The sweet potato fries are an excellent appetizer. The salads are great, chicken marsala is excellent but many other choices to choose from.

Lee's Wine Bistro

Features over 100 wines by the glass and tasty appetizers and desserts.

Days Inn

Days Inn Castaic Six Flags Magic Mountain.

SLEEP   —  +1 661 295-1070 —  31410 Castaic Rd

Holiday Inn Express

Well furnished rooms, basic breakfast.

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