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Woodley Park Archery Range

Woodley Park Archery Range offers archery enthusiasts a beautiful and safe location to practice their skills. The range is open to the public 365 days a year and offers an abundance of targets and amenities for both beginners and experienced archers. The range features three platforms with different heights, as well as five target ranges with distances from 20 yards to 30 yards. There is also a rifle range available for those who are interested in practicing their shooting skills. Woodley Park Archery Range is a great place to get some exercise and enjoy some quality time with friends or family.

1.09 miles away

The Japanese Garden

The Japanese Garden Van Nuys is a beautiful garden that features many different types of plants and trees. It's great for anyone who loves nature and wants to get away from the city. The garden has a lot of different activities that you can do, like taking a walk or sitting in a relax area and reading a book.

1.27 miles away

Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve

Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve is a nature reserve in the Angeles National Forest, part of the Los Angeles Mountains National Recreation Area. The reserve encompasses nearly 60 acres of rugged canyons and rolling hills, including Sepulveda Pass and Mission Canyon. The reserve is popular with hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, and birdwatchers.

The primary focus of the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve is to protect native plants and animals that depend on chaparral habitats. This includes populations of mountain lions, American black bears, bobcats, coyotes, golden eagles, hawks, and owls. In addition to wildlife viewing opportunities, the reserve offers scenic views of the Los Angeles River valley and the San Fernando Valley.

1.28 miles away

Marson Street Pocket Park

The Mason Street Pocket Park is a public park in Van Nuys, California. The 17.5 acre park includes a walking path, playground, and a pond. The park opened in 2007 and is maintained by the city of Van Nuys.

1.29 miles away

Woodley Park

Woodley Park Van Nuys is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. The boundaries of the neighborhood are generally defined by Woodley Avenue on the north, Van Nuys Boulevard on the east, Sherman Way on the south, and Topanga Canyon Boulevard on the west.

1.39 miles away

Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Looking for an exciting place to spend a summer day in Los Angeles? Look no further than Sky Zone Trampoline Park! This amusement center features a variety of fun and challenging attractions for all ages.

The park has two main areas, the Jump Arena and the Party Zone. The Jump Arena offers dozens of challenging trampoline activities, including classic flips, loops and tricks. For ages 6 and up, the Party Zone is the perfect place to get your adrenaline pumping. Here, you'll find thrilling dodgeball games, giant foam balls and huge bouncy castles that are sure to have you bouncing off the walls with excitement.

1.81 miles away

Reseda Park

Reseda Park Van Nuys is a popular place to hang out in the Van Nuys area of Los Angeles. This park has a lot to offer including a playground, picnic areas, and a baseball diamond. It's also great for biking, running, and walking. The park is well-maintained and has plenty of benches and tables for visitors to sit down and enjoy their time in Reseda Park.

3.88 miles away

Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood Theme park is one of the most popular theme parks in the world. It was opened in 1964, and since then it has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Los Angeles County. The theme park is located in Universal City, California, just outside of Los Angeles.

The park's main attraction is Universal Studios Hollywood's iconic movie theme park, which features more than 100 rides and attractions, including several world-famous roller coasters. Other attractions at the theme park include a water park, a 4D theater, a gag museum, and a children's area. There are also several restaurants and shops at the theme park.

7.64 miles away

Nethercutt Museum

Nethercutt Museum is a museum located in the Otis Building in downtown Los Angeles. The museum is dedicated to the life and work of artist Edward Hopper.

The museum opened in1971 and is affiliated with the International Center of Photography.

The museum has an extensive collection of Edward Hopper paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculptures, and ephemera. The collection spans his entire career, from early works showcasing his signature rural scenes to later works that explore the urban landscape.
Notable exhibits include "Nighthawks" and "Sunset Strip", two of Hopper's most famous paintings.

7.64 miles away

The Starlight Inn Van Nuys is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Van Nuys hotel today!


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