Calabasas Hills and Calabasas Park Estates are both gated communities that neighbor the Valley Crest Golf Course.
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The residents of Calabasas have everything they need and more within their community. Many subdivisions have their own amenities. Calabasas Village, The Oaks of Calabasas, and Calabasas Hills all feature pools, parks, and tennis courts. Some homes even have tennis and basketball courts of their own.
There are eight fantastic parks within Calabasas, including Freedom Park, Gates Canyon Park, Grape Arbor Park, Calabasas Creekside Park, Wild Walnut Park, Juan Bautista de Anza Park, and Bark Park. As one can guess, Bark Park is a dog park with contained areas for safe play, shade trees, and water facilities to keep dogs and their owners properly hydrated. Many parks in Calabasas feature playgrounds and play structures for children as well as picnic areas that are perfect for gatherings with family and friends. Parks like Gates Canyon, Grape Arbor, and Juan Bautista de Anza have rental facilities for larger gatherings or special events.
The Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center is a great resource for swimmers and tennis players of all experience levels. Classes and instruction are available for all ages, and members have exclusive access to fitness and supplemental facilities within the center. For the community's creative residents, an Arts Council develops cultural and art-based programs for artists, volunteers, and instructors. All ages and skill sets are welcome to join and partake in engaging artistic activities and museum tours.
There's so much that's available and so little room to list it all here. The Civic Center, Calabasas Community Center, and more offer a range of services and opportunities for residents. Trails are found all over the area that roll and wind all around the hills of Calabasas--a great perk for hikers, walkers, and bikers.
Calabasas Activities & Events
At Calabasas, there's fun to be had. Seasonal events such as the 4th of July Spectacular, Fine Arts Festival, Pumpkin Festival, Spring Eggstreme, and Sun Sets Summer Concert Series are all open to families and residents of the area and are great entertainment for everybody. Residents can join sporting leagues that include an adult basketball league, winter and summer basketball leagues, and a tee-ball League. Swim teams meet and practice at the Tennis and Swim Center, and tennis tournaments are held there as well. Clubs and groups that meet the Community and Civic Centers are a great way to get involved within the community.
No matter how you look at it, Calabasas is hands down a fantastic place to call home--thousands already do, will you?
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.