Things to do in Santa
Six Flags: Magic
Prepare your self for the Thrill
Capital of the World located right down the road from Santa Clarita
in Los Angeles, California. Six Flags offers an abundance of rides
great for those seeking thrills with 15 awesome roller coasters, for
the family, or just for kids and so much more. The adventure park
also has fun interactive shows for the whole family as well.
There's plenty of Restaurants to fill your rumbling' tummy and don't
forget to stop at the great gift shops for a souvenir before you
Ed Davis Park
The park was named after the former
Senator Ed Davis who defended the preservation of Towsley Canyon.
Some great scenery to see through out the park are Towsley Creek,
and spectacular water-worn rock formations in Towsley Gorge and
great hiking, mountain biking, and equestrian use trails for you to
enjoy the different habitats of the park
St. Francis Dam
The 600-foot-long, 185-foot-high St.
Francis Dam started in August 1924 and was completed in was in May
1926 until it came crashing down 2 years later. The Dam's gushing
water killed over 600 people through the St. Francisquito Canyon and
wipping out everything in its path. The dam was immediately rebuilt
to what is called the Mullholland Dam.
Flags: Hurricane Harbor
In the beautiful city of Los Angeles
just miles away from Santa Clarita is LA's premier waterpark. Six
Flags has over 23 great slides for the whole family whether you like
to get your adrenaline pumping or just relax and cruise in the sun
on the Lazy River. They also offer amazing rides and play areas for
the little ones. California has the perfect weather to spend all day
splashing around, so what are you waiting for drive on over today in
your rental car from the Momma.