Chatsworth is located in the State of California. As one of the districts of Los Angeles, Chatsworth has a total population of over 41,000 inhabitants. Chatsworth is set in a beautiful surrounding, created by the Santa Susana Mountains, the Simi Hills and the Simi Valley. The first European settlement dates back to the late 1760s. This city is famous for the fact that many western films were produced and filmed here and for its wide natural reservations, covering all types of landforms.
Top Attractions within Chatsworth
The Chatsworth Park North is a 20 acres surface, filled with sports fields and other recreational facilities for people living or visiting in Chatsworth to enjoy. There are so many things to do in this park, that there is room for everyone and a suitable activity for all types of people. For example, you can play football, baseball, volleyball, basketball. In addition to this, you may also take advantage of the free usage of children's playgrounds, picnic and barbecue areas, walking and jogging trails. It is the perfect place to spend quality time in the weekends.
The Chatsworth Park South is five times bigger than its Northern equivalent in Chatsworth. This park not only has sports fields, picnic areas and children's playgrounds, but many more facilities and establishments for other activities. It incorporates the Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park, which is filled with memorabilia and artifacts connected to the history of the area. The park can be visited either on walking trails or through a horseback ride, which will make the experience even more incredible.
Movie Ranches are a fun thing to visit in Chatsworth. Due to the fact that many of the original mansions and manors were very well maintained over the years, there have been many movies filmed here. The most famous of these are: the Iverson Movie Ranch, the Corriganville Movie Ranch and the Spahn Movie Ranch. All of these hosted numerous scenes of original American cowboy films. A couple of these films were: The Good Earth, The Lone Ranger, Zorro, Brave Eagle and many other western like productions.