Tucked up against the Angeles National Forest, Sunland delivers on the charms of a foothills community. A backdrop of mountains, a network of hiking trails, and a close-knit town give this area the feeling of a mountain retreat.
Real Estate: Sunland has single-family homes for sale with many older homes and homes with large lots. The real estate is made up of modestly sized homes that are mostly owner occupied. Apartments for rent are also available in the area.
Community Life: Sunland and Tujunga share community resources including a shared neighborhood council. The Sunland Park Recreation Center includes a gymnasium, baseball diamond, and tennis courts. There are annual events held locally at Sunland Park including the Easter Carnival, Summerfest and the Watermelon Carnival. The McGroarty Arts Center offers arts instruction and local exhibits.
Education: Sunland-Tujunga served by the Los Angeles Unified School District including Apperson Street Elementary, Sunland Elementary, Mount Gleason Middle School, Pinewood Elementary, Mountain View Elementary, Plainview Avenue Elementary, and Verdugo Hills Senior High School. Local private schools include Our Lady of Lourdes. Trinity Christian, Fairhaven Christian Academy, and Canyon View Academy.
Transportation: Sunland is easily accessed by the 210 Freeway. Foothill Boulevard is the main thoroughfare. The area is served by the Metro bus system.
Local Attractions: The main local attractions for Sunland are the great hiking trails. Oro Vista Park leads to hiking trails. The Angeles National Golf Club sits at the base of the Angeles National Forest and is the only Nicklaus Design golf course in Los Angeles County. The Bolton Hall Historical Museum is a Craftsman-era stone building in Tujunga, which displays exhibits on the history of Rancho Tujunga.