Why We Love Calabasas
Calabasas is an adorable and beautiful city, situated in the hills. Its every corner is composed of mountains, including the hills west of the San Fernando Valley, Santa Monica Mountains, and Woodland Hills, Agoura Hills, West Hills, and Hidden Hills. Calabasas' name comes from its seasonal gourd production, the result of a legendary overturned wagon many years ago that spilled pumpkins. This city now hosts the annual Pumpkin Festival held by the Chamber of Commerce every October. In addition to the Pumpkin Festival, Calabasas continues its tradition of yearly community events with Eggstravaganza, The Fine Arts Festival, The Fourth of July Spectacular, and the Calabasas Film Festival. Calabasas is a town of close-knit community and long-standing traditions, of which Fresh Brothers can relate to and greatly appreciates.
One drive on Mulholland Drive will give you everything you need to know about Calabasas: beautiful, scenic, and filled with celebrity homes. If you're looking for something outdoorsy to do, look no further than Calabasas. The city in the hills features King Gillette Ranch, Topanga State Park, Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Reserve, Las Vírgenes View Trail, Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, and the Cave of Munits. There's also a number of museums, including the Adamson House and Malibu Lagoon Museum and the Leonis Adobe Museum, one of the oldest surviving buildings in the greater Los Angeles area. If one thing is for sure about the city of Calabasas, it's that it's beautiful and refreshing.