Acton is a rural, affluent, unincorporated census-designated place in Los Angeles County located between Santa Clarita and Palmdale which is in the Antelope Valley. The town was founded in 1887 by gold miners working the local areas. The population is currently just over 8,000. Acton is northeast of the San Fernando Valley, north of the Angeles National Forest and San Gabriel Mountains, and approximately 47 miles north of Downtown Los Angeles. Many of the homes in Acton are in the hills and mountains and have great views of the surrounding mountains and valley below. Most of the homes are ranch style with many having equestrian facilities.
The 80 acre Shambala Preserve, established in 1972, is a wild animal nature park located right outside of Acton, California. The famous animal compound is a safe haven for more than eighty-five African lions, Siberian tigers, bobcats, cougars, leopards, mountain lions, and African elephants. It is a great place to visit. Donations to support the animals are greatly appreciated.
Agua Dulce is a rural, affluent, unincorporated census-designated place in Los Angeles County located in the hills northeast of Santa Clarita, southwest of Palmdale, and a few miles northwest of Acton. The population is approximately 4,300. Agua Dulce is well known for the scenic Vasquez Rocks which is a popular Hollywood movie location.
Agua Dulce Airpark
Agua Dulce Airpark, also known as Agua Dulce Airport, is a 108-acre, public-use airport in Agua Dulce, located about two miles east of the central business district of Agua Dulce in Los Angeles County. The small airport has one runway. Aircraft operations average about 3,000 per year. Agua Dulce Airpark is privately owned and operated.
Acton Agua Dulce Library
The Acton Agua Dulce Library is an 11,343 square foot full-service library operated by the County of Los Angeles. Services include computers, research materials, a large meeting room with a capacity of 78, study rooms, a children's area, a teen area, and an adult area. Nearby county libraries include the Quartz Hills Library and the Littlerock Library.
Acton Park is a 12.5 acre passive park that opened in 2005 in Acton, California. The park holds seasonal programs such as softball leagues, free movie nights, free concerts, farmers markets, and summer day camps for children. It is owned and operated by the County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation. Friends of Acton Park, a non-profit community organization provides volunteers and fund raising activities to support the park.
Acton – Agua Dulce Real Estate
Homes in Acton – Agua Dulce consist of both single family detached homes and attached homes that may be townhomes or stacked condominiums. Prices range from moderate to high depending upon the neighborhood. Our real estate agents and brokers can show you any homes listed for sale with any real estate brokerage firm.
Acton – Agua Dulce Land
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Property Management - Acton - Agua Dulce
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