Calabasas Creek Park (Open to the Public)
T he Leonis Adobe Association has used the format of an 1880-period park in order to exhibit Calabasas Creek, the replicated Calabasas Jail, original antique park and garden "furniture," and replicated architectural elements of the 1875-1885 period to which the Leonis Adobe has been restored.

Calabasas Creek runs year round and is one of two creeks (the other is Bell Creek) that join in Canoga Park and become the Los Angeles River. A recreated Chumash village has been built at the north end of the park, alongside Calabasas Creek.

Park Hours
 
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Open
10am
10am
10am
10am
1pm
Close
4pm
4pm
4pm
4pm
4pm
LEONIS ADOBE GRAPEVINE
Springtime at the Adobe!
Saturday, April 12, 2014
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Crafts & More
Tortilla Making
Feed the Animals
Ranch Activities
Live Music by Craig Newton
Egg Hunt (@2pm)
$4 per Person (Non-Members)
FREE for All Members
and Children Under 2.
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