Agoura Hills, the gateway to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, is located in the eastern Conejo Valley, merely forty-five minutes from action-packed downtown Los Angeles. Agoura Hills, situated next to Calabasas, Malibu, Westlake Village and Oak Park, is rich with rippling hills and magnificent canyons.
For many centuries the region of Agoura Hills was inhabited by Native Americans who used to wander inland from their haunts along the sea in search of food. The Spanish arrived at the region in the late 1700s and banished the Indians from their homes. The Spanish introduced a ranching culture. In the 1900s, vast cattle and sheep ranches conceded ground to rows of lettuce and celery, orchards and wheat-fields. The environment of the city appeals to the nature-loving tourists very much. The natural area of the city features some of the rare and ornamental plant species. As for fauna, the list ranges from endangered steelhead to mountain lions.
Agoura Hills is regionally well-known for its music scene that is original, lively and refreshing. The nu metal scene has given birth acts like that of Linkin Park, Hoobastank Dead By Sunrise and Incubus. The city is home to a highly acclaimed concert venue, called The Canyon Club, which hosts regional touring acts like the Smithereens, X, Steel Pulse and Alan Parsons.
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