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Newhall has one of the metrolink stations that is located right in the middle of town which makes it nice if you want to explore downtown Newhall and William S. Hart Park is within walking distance also. Lovely station I might add.
24300 Railroad Ave. Santa Clarita, CA 91321
From the 5 Fwy., exit Lyons Ave. Go East on Lyons to San Fernando Rd. Go South on San Fernando Rd. to Market. Go East on Market to Railroad Ave.
Updated Dec 29, 2009
Phone: (800) 371-LINK(5465)
Within the park is a wonderful little gift shop with lots of wonderful things to chose from.
Labor Day to Mid-June
Wednesday - Friday, 10 am to 1 pm (last tour at 12:30)
Saturday - Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm (last tour at 3:30 pm).
Wednesday - Sunday 11 am to 4 pm (last tour at 3:30 pm).
What to buy: HART PARK and MUSEUM
Written Dec 29, 2009
Address: 24151 San Fernando Road Newhall, California 91350
Phone: (661) 284-5902
I can promise you that you'll have one heckuva good time at the Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival here in Santa Clarita, California (Newhall) to be more precise! It takes place every year during the month of October. Picture this: a quarter-mile movie set; an old Wild West town, wooden buildings, raised sidewalks, a real jail, horses moseying up and down Main Street, a historic saloon (my favorite) and wonderful free entertainment everywhere. If you're also looking for a place where you can listen
to Cowboy Poetry and Western music, then Pardner, it's all here!!!! A guy can't go 200 feet without running into an outdoor stage where some talented pretty cowgirl poet or a handsome cowboy with a guitar was performing. There's a working blacksmith shop where they're making horseshoes and branding irons. There are trick ropers and costume pageants, and in the Melody Ranch Theatre, you can see Cowboy favs. singers perform. There's picnic areas and a lot of food stands.... mmmmm, barbecue!!!! All in all, if you happen to like poetry and the songs of the Old West, you'll find more talent per square foot around this festival than anywhere I've seen.
Written Oct 4, 2002
I was told repeatly by the staff at the park to stay on the trails and each time I said no problem because I well know that with so much brush, rock, leaves all about the snakes love to make such areas their home. So it is something to think about where ever you are at any park. Keep an eye on the littles one or even a better one on your bigger kids:)
Updated Dec 29, 2009