5 Reasons Canoga Park is the BEST During Fall

There is no place we would rather be during the fall season than Canoga Park. The weather is beautiful and perfect for enjoying all of your favorite fall outdoor activities. Not to mention, the area has some of the best seasonal celebrations around! Whether you are just visiting, just moved here, or you are a Canoga Park veteran, check out our list of why Canoga park is the BEST during the fall season.
Things to Do in Canoga Park in Fall
Though the fall season in Canoga Park may not be your typical fall with cool weather and falling leaves, there is no shortage of fun activities to enjoy in the area. Here are 5 reasons why Canoga Park is the best place to be during fall:

1.There are a variety of fun fall festivities for all ages.

One of the best parts about fall in Canoga Park is the opportunity to take part in fun seasonal activities. If you’re looking for a spooky evening, there are no shortage of haunted houses in Canoga Park and the surrounding communities. You can also spend a day of family fun at the pumpkin patch. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy the Halloween and fall activities throughout Canoga Park.

2. The weather is perfect to spend a day in the sunshine.

Fall weather in Canoga Park may not offer the same cooler temperatures as other areas of the country, but this means that you can spend more time outside without having to bundle up. Take the family for a picnic at the park or hit the beach to explore and have fun while there is significantly less crowding. Though the weather is still sunny, temperatures are more moderate than the summer, allowing you to spend more time outside.

3. Fall is the perfect time to hit the theme parks.

Fall is the perfect time to spend a fun-filled day at theme parks like Six Flags. Now that the kids are back in school, and many of the summer tourists have left for the season, there is considerably less crowding, meaning shorter lines and more time spent on the rides. In addition, the weather is a bit more moderate, so you can spend less time worrying about getting a sunburn and more time on the roller coasters.

4. There are plenty of opportunities for live music in the Canoga Park area.

Though the summer music festivals have ended, there is still plenty of live music to enjoy in Canoga Park and the surrounding areas. With more moderate temperatures in the area, an outdoor concert is the perfect way to enjoy your weekend. You can also catch live bands at local bars and venues across the area with something for nearly every music taste.

If you need help staying cool this fall or want to get your HVAC system ready for the winter, give us a call today for an HVAC tune-up or inspection.

What To Do For The 4th Of July In Los Angeles?

At Canoga Park Heating & Cooling, we love Independence day! There’s nothing better than the summertime. The feels of the sun as it lays on your skin, the smell of the grill cooking, lemonade stands and the laughter of children, we love it all. And Independence Day falls right in the middle of summer and it brings us all together as a country – and of course we get to play with fireworks too. We’ve compiled a list of some fun events and activities around the Los Angeles area for you all. From our family to yours — have a safe and happy Independence Day!

Pacific Palisades Fourth of July Parade

Take the trip to the Palisades for an Independence Day beach party! Starting around 2 PM, skydivers will dive down from the heavens to kick off this festival, starting with the massive parade down Sunset Boulevard. Admission is to the parade is free, but for $50 you can get a VIP grandstand ticket. After the parade comes a concert and then a fantastic fireworks show! Tickets are $10 for each of those events.

Pacific Palisades

Monday, July 4th

Pacific Palisades Fourth of July Parade

America Fest 4th of July at the Rose Bowl

Come on out to the 90th annual America Fest on the 4th. A full twelve hours of events planned, you can’t go wrong spending your holiday here. Food and games for the kids, freestyle motocross races, opening ceremonies, a Beatles cover band, live feeds from NASA Mission Control, Juno reaching Jupiter, and the biggest fireworks show in southern California! This is an event for the ages!

$13 – General (5 and under free), $25 – Reserved (2 and under free)

Rose Bowl Stadium , Pasadena

Monday, July 4th

America Fest 4th of July at the Rose Bowl

4th of July Block Party

You can’t beat free admission. Especially when it’s for an event that’s as good as this. Starting off at 2 PM and going until 9:30, this has something for everyone. Food trucks galore, live music, an all-day picnic, arts, and games for the kids, all culminating with a great fireworks show.

210 W Temple St Los Angeles

Monday, July 4th

4th of July Block Party

Studio City Fourth of July Spectacular

Taking place at CBS Studio Center, this annual 4th of July event is fun for the whole family. One of the few that you can pack your own picnic lunch to, don’t miss the opportunity to do just that if you want to save a little money, or satiate your hunger by hitting up the food truck village and washing it down with cold beer. For the kids you can purchase a funzone wristband get’s them access to a bunch of activities that will keep them entertained for hours. Ticked prices vary, from $25/$10 for general admission adult/child, to $125/$60 VIP adult/child. Event is from 4:30-9:30

Monday, July 4th

4024 Radford Ave Los Angeles 91604

Studio City Fourth of July Spectacular

‘Merica Fest

The Angel Fire Brewery is putting on this tribute to America this 4th of July – ‘Merica Fest. Being held in the parking lot and shed space, this brewery transforms the otherwise unimpressive space of a parking lot into a giant backyard BBQ. Complete with lawn games, beer garden, and lots of food you can’t go wrong spending your holiday here, especially since admission is free!

216 S Alameda St Los Angeles

Monday, July 4th

‘Merica Fest

Huntington Beach Fourth of July Celebration

All day long event at the Huntington Beach Pier, starting off early with breakfast and going all the way through to the night-time ending with fireworks, this long-running event isn’t for the casual celebrator.

Main Street Huntington Beach 92648

Monday, July 4th

Huntington Beach Fourth of July Celebration

Late Night BBQ at Aquarium of the Pacific

One of the more unique events of the day, the late night BBQ at the aquarium is a local favorite. Tickets are $59 for everything incuding food, or $14.95 for just fireworks.

100 Aquarium Way at Shoreline Dr Long Beach

Monday, July 4th

Late Night BBQ at Aquarium of the Pacific

Any one of these options will have you at a party that’s cooler than your air conditioner after we come out to service it. We hope you have a good time at one of these, or any, 4th of July event that you’re at this year. Have a safe and happy holiday!