Woodland Hills is an upscale neighborhood located on the edge of the Santa Monica Mountains in the San Fernando Valley of northern Los Angeles. Woodland Hills is bordered by Calabasas, Tarzana, Topanga and is a short hop from the famous beaches of Malibu. It’s lush, green and a great place to hike, bike, enjoy nature and update your wardrobe. Whether your interest is shopping or the outdoors, Woodland Hills has activities and attractions that can provide a fun, entertaining experience. On Ventura Boulevard there are lively bars and gastropubs with delicious food and live music, making Woodland Hills a unique, vibrant destination in the Valley.

Warner Center Park

Warner Center is a master-planned neighborhood and business district development in the Canoga Park and Woodland Hills neighborhoods of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles, California.

Old Trapper’s Lodge

If you cruise around to the back of Pierce College in Woodland Hills, over by the stables down the back entrance and along a badly in need of re-paving road, you’ll find the Old Trapper’s Lodge tucked practically out of sight in this remote area of the school. Most of the students probably don’t even know it exists and the administration fully admits that they don’t pay for the location’s upkeep. What is the Old Trapper’s Lodge? Why it’s several statues and folk art depicting aspects, myths, tall tales and stories about the old west built by the Old Trapper himself, John Ehn.

Woodland Hills Country Club

Nestled in the beautiful, rolling oak-covered foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains in the west San Fernando Valley, Woodland Hills Country Club is conveniently located just minutes from Los Angeles, northern Los Angeles County and east Ventura County. Woodland Hills Country Club is a private club with a golf course designed by the renowned architect William “Billy” Bell Sr. in 1925 at the height of the “Golden Age of Golf Course Architecture.” A fun and challenging layout, WHCC is known for its quick rounds, fast greens, majestic oak tree- lined fairways and a membership that is friendly and welcoming to all.

Maggiano’s Little Italy

Bring a hand-crafted experience to any event with Maggiano’s catering! Choose one of our flexible catering packages or create your own menu with your choice of appetizers, entrees, pastas, and desserts, all prepared fresh by our Chefs for your event. With pickup and delivery options, we pair quality with convenience.

The Local Peasant – Woodland Hills Restaurant & Bar – Dine-In or Outdoor Dining / Outdoor Drinking

The Local Peasant is your local American gastropub with chef-driven comfort food. We locally source beer, wine, produce and feature handcrafted cocktails made by our expert bartenders.


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Jim’s Fallbrook Market

At 65 years and counting, Jim’s Fallbrook Market is one of the oldest businesses and certainly the longest continuously running market in the West San Fernando Valley. The store was initially built and opened by the Lookabaugh Family in 1946, when Fallbrook Ave. was nothing but a rough-hewn dirt road, and the area was home to more nuts than people. It operated as small grocery until 1951, when Jim McQuaid with his sharpened knives and white apron in hand, rented space in what was then a 40×40 building. He immediately installed a meat counter and became the store’s first butcher until 1958, when he purchased the market outright.


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