This upscale neighborhood on the edge of the Santa Monica Mountain is scenic and tucked away within the Valley surrounded by Calabasas, Tarzana and Topanga. A short drive away from beaches like Malibu, Santa Monica and more, Woodland Hills has a family-friendly community and a tranquil suburban atmosphere to the city with plenty of attractions, eateries and entertainment. As one of the most known shopping areas, Westfield Topanga and The Village is the best destination for browsing 300 plus stores. Westfield Promenade and Topanga combined will form the largest shopping mall in California with luxury fashion and boutiques.With tree-lined residential streets and an abundance of green spaces, Woodland Hills is also a family-friendly suburban community. For families with young children, De Soto Ave has a variety of attractions like GlowZone and trampoline arenas, as well as mini-gold and lasertag. For young adults and families looking for activities in the nightlife scene, there are plenty of bars and pubs in Woodland Hills. Delicious eateries and live music fill the area and bring out the locals and visitors. For Woodland Hills residents, they look forward to Ventura Boulevard for activities as it’s considered the center of the community. In addition to its open-air shopping and dining areas, the vibrant city has beautiful and scenic outdoor places to hike, bike, and enjoy nature. Woodland Hills is also near beaches like Point Dume State Beach, El Matador State Beach, Paradise Cove Beach, and Broad Beach. It’s also home to the Country Club, a private equity golf club that has a full-golf course, fine dining and entertainment options. Other recreation areas include Warner Center Park, also known as Warner Ranch Park, and the 19-acre Woodland Hills Recreation Center, which has a small indoor gymnasium and can double as an auditorium. As one of the least dense neighborhoods in Los Angeles, the heavily suburban community has many interconnected neighborhoods within its town and is a welcoming community.