All About Agua Dulce, CA
Agua Dulce, California is an unincorporated, census-designated location in Los Angeles. The name means “sweet water” in Spanish. It is a beautiful area of the state that has a family-oriented bent to it: most of the people who live here are families of different sizes and shapes - though the median age is 47.3 according to the latest census. One place in Agua Dulce, Vasquez Rocks, is an extremely popular movie filming location, having been seen in The Flintstones movie, Blazing Saddles, Star Trek, Duel, Rat Race, and 127 hours, among others. It is also a quite popular location for The History Channel to shoot movies and specials. It has an older, western feel to it, and was named after the bandit Tiburcio Vasquez who hid out in the hills. Another popular location in Agua Dulce is the Pacific Crest Trail, which runs along the coast from Mexico to Canada, and it goes right through the town.
Driving Directions From Agua Dulce, CA To EDSIThen, continue onto CA-170 S for 5.4 miles and then use the left lanes to turn slightly left to stay on CA-170 S (signs for US-101 S/Los Angeles). Merge onto US-101 S and drive for 3.1 miles. After that, take exit 9C toward Highland Ave/Hollywood Bowl. You should merge onto Cahuenga Blvd and then continue onto N Highland Ave. After about 0.6 mile, you will take a slight right onto Franklin Ave. In half a mile, use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto N La Brea Ave and then turn right onto Hollywood Blvd. Continue for about a mile before turning left onto N Fairfax Ave. Use the 2nd from the right lane to turn right onto Fountain Ave and continue driving for 0.9 mile, and then use any lane to turn left onto La Cienega Blvd. In about 2 miles, turn right onto Wilshire Blvd. The office should be on your left.
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