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||California State Highway #118 intersects California State Highway #126, east of San Buenaventura, California, commonly referred to as Ventura, California. This is where California State Route #118 begins its easterly run to terminate near San Fernando, California. Fritz Huntsinger Youth Sports Complex, Satcoy Regional Golf Course, Ventura Harbor Village. Northwest to the city of Santa Paula, California. Annual Citrus Festival (July). Has 31 historic sites.
||Saticoy, California, a small town which lies in the Santa Clara River Valley; primarily an agricultural area. Main crops cultivated here are avocadoes, lemons, oranges, strawberries, and many other row crops.
|California State Highway 232
||California State Route #232/E Vineyard Avenue to the community of El Rio, California. Martinez Shopping Center, Rodger Jones Community Park, East Park, Windrow Park.
|N Rose Avenue
||To Oxnard, California, the largest city in Ventura County, California, located at the western edge of the fertile Oxnard Plain.
|Santa Clara Avenue
||Heads to the neighborhood of Nyeland Acres, California. Ends south at US Highway 101.
|California State Highway 34
||South to Somis, California, an area in Ventura County, California; and the city of Camarillo, California. Parks in Camarillo include Dos Caminos Park, Charter Oak Park, Pleasant Valley Park, Pitts Ranch Park.
|Grimes Canyon Road
||North to Elkins Ranch Golf Course and Bardsdale, California, a small community in the agricultural belt on the Santa Clara River. Bardsdale United Methodist Church, a Ventura County Historical Landmark, located in Barsdale, California.
|Tierra Rejada Road
||Goes on a south-east route and provides access to Glenwood Park (Harvester St), Arroyo Vista Community Park (Countrywood Dr), South Meadows Park and Terra Rejada Park (both on Mountain Trail St), Mountain Meadwows City Park (Mountain Trail Ct), Peach Hill Park (Peach Hill Rd), and Monte Vista Nature Park (Spring Rd).
|California State Route #23
||North to Moorpark, California, a city in Southern California. Annual Apricot Festival (spring or summer). Annual Country Days (late Sept/early Oct). Moorpark Plaza Shopping Center. Overlaps CA State Highway 118 to the east.
|California State Highways 23/118
||California State Highway 23 leaves California State Highway 118. Goes south to the city of Thousand Oaks, California. About 1 1/2-hr driving distance from Thousand Oaks are Knotts Berry Farm, Getty Museum, Disneyland, Six Flags Magic Mountain, and Universal Studios.
|Happy Camp Canyon Park
||North of highway. Take N Princeton Avenue, left on Campus Park Drive, which becomes Happy Camp Canyon Road. A 3,000-acre wilderness area with 12.5 miles of trails for mountain bikers, hikers, and equestrian riders. Wildlife viewing.
|Collins Drive/E Los Angeles Avenue
||Collins Drive goes north to Moorpark College, a state funded community college located on a a hill in Moorpark, California, and Campus Canyon Park (Campus Canyon Drive). E Los Angeles Avenue heads east to Oak Park.
||South to Rancho Simi, also known as Rancho San Jose de Nuestra Senora de Altagarcia y Simi, a Spanish land grant. Provides entry to Strathearn Historical Park, Tierra Rejada Park, and Stargaze Park. Madera Road connects with State Route #23 near Bard Lake.
||South to Lincoln Park.
|Simi Valley, California
||City of Simi Valley, California has 20 city parks and five county parks to preserve large swaths of open space in the nearby Santa Susana Mountains. Kanan Ranch home development has nature trails for hikers, bicyclists and equestrians to enjoy.
|Tapo Canyon Road
||Brandeis-Bardin Campus of American Jewish University, this Jewish retreat in Simi Valley, was formerly the Brandeis-Bardin Institute. Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village, California, also known as Bottle Village, a folk art piece, located in Simi Valley, California. Tapo Canyon Park lies to the north off California State Route #118.
||Kuehner Drive, Old Hope Town Landmark, Santa Susana Railroad Depot and Museum, Rocky Pointe Natural Park, Gorilla Rock, in Simi Valley, A Cave Tree, located in Corriganville Park, in Simi Valley,
|Rocky Peak Fire Road: Peak
||Rocky Peak Fire Road, to, Rocky Peak Park, on Rocky Peak, in Simi Valley, Rocky Peak, the third-highest point in the Santa Susana Mountains, in Southern California. The peak, stands at an elevation of 2,715 feet. Santa Susana Pass Road, Santa Susana Pass, a mountain pass connecting Simi Valley to the San Fernando Valley, California State Route #118 now runs through the pass. Chatsworth Peak, a peak in the Simi Hills overlooking Chatsworth, California.
|Santa Susana Pass State Historic Park
||South of highway. Open 8:00 AM to sunset.
|California State Highway 27 (Topanga Canyon Boulevard)
||South to Stoney Point Park, Minnie Hill Palmer House, also known as The Homestead Acre, the last remaining homestead cottage in San Fernando Valley. Community of Chatsworth, California, a district of the City of Los Angeles, California in the San Fernando Valley region. Chatworth Park South and Chatworth Park North.
|Exit 35/De Soto Avenue
||Terminates to the south at US Interstate Highway 101. To the north, becomes Browns Canyon Road and goes to Browns Creek Park (Browns Creek Rd, Chatworth, CA).
|Exit 36/Porter Ranch Drive/Winnetak Avenue
||Porter Ranch Drive proceeds to Porter Ranch neighborhood, San Fernando Valley region, Los Angeles, CA; Moonshine Canyon Park; Holy Bernson Memorial Park. Winnetka Avenue goes west to Winnetka Recreation Center, Winnetka, California, a district in the San Fernando Valley region.
|Exit 37/Tampa Avenue
||North to Limekiln Canyon Park (10300 Limekiln Canyon Rd, Northridge, CA): hiking trail, jogging path, picnic tables; Palisades Park (851 Alma Real Dr., Pacific Palisades, CA): picnic amenities, play area, ball diamonds, playing courts. Walnut Grove Shopping Center, Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California.
|Exit 38/Reseda Boulevard
||North to Rinaldi Park, Eddleston Park, Aliso Canyon Park, Porter Ridge Park. South to the community of Northridge, CA. Northridge Recreation Center, Dearborn Park, Vanalden Park.
|Exit 40/Balboa Boulevard
||District of Granada Hills, CA. Granada Hills Recreation Center, Tags A 1 Veterinary Services, California State University, Northridge, a public university in the San Fernando Valley, within the city limits of Los Angeles, California. It is one of the largest universities in California. Northridge, California, a community in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California. Mission Point, a peak in the Santa Susana Mountains stands at an elevation of 2,771 ft. It is the second highest peak in the Santa Susana Mountains. Access is through Sulphur Spring Fire Road, Mountain hiking and mountain biking are popular in this area. Views from the peak are breath-taking.
||Hayvenhurst Avenue, Rinaldi Convalescent Hospital, Grand Hills Recreation Center, North Hills Shopping Center, Tags A1 Veterinary Services, Nordhoff Recreation Center/
||Junction of US Interstate Highway 405 & CA State Highway 118. To the north, terminates at US Interstate Highway 5. Area attractions: Romulo Pico Adobe, also known as Ranchito Romulo and Andres Pico Adobe. It is the oldest residence in the San Fernando Valley. The Convento Building is the only original building remaining at the Mission.
|US Interstate Highway 5 (Golden State Freeway)
||North to the Newhall Pass Interchange, a highway interchange at Newhall Pass, north of San Fernando, California in Southern California, off State Highway #118. South to the districts of Pacoima, CA, Arleta, CA, and Sun Valley, CA.
|Exit 44C/San Fernando Road
||South to Pacoima, California, a district in the San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California. Whiteman Airport, a general aviation airport located Pacoima, CA. Pacific Hospital of The Valley, Sylmar Converter Station, the southern terminal of Pacific DC Intertie at Sylmar, California. North to the city of San Fernando, California. Las Palmas Park (505 S. Huntington St), Pioneer Park (828 Harding St). Annual Sizzlin' Summer Nights (July).
||Exit 45, Intersection with Interstate Highway #210, in San Fernando, California, is where California State Highway #118 ends. Griffith Ranch Historical Monument, Hubert H Humphrey Memorial Recreation Center, Hansen Dam Fishing Lake, part of the Hansen Dam Park, lies on the southeast of this intersection along Interstate Highway #210.