Tarzana has you covered on any sort of activity you might desire.
For shopping aficionados, consider taking a stroll to Tarzana’s famed Safari Walk which boasts more than 100 unique shops, restaurants, and services along Ventura Boulevard. Stretching between Reseda Blvd and Vanalden Ave, this main strip was reinvented in the late 90’s to give the area a more affluent feel while promoting it’s unique shops and retaining ties to Tarzana’s cultural heritage.
If you prefer the outdoors Tarzana has two wonderful parks full of activities from the youngest to the oldest citizens. For the more moderate hikers, head into the hills and visit Marvin Braude Mullholland Gateway Park. With rugged hikes to valley views, Marvin Braude Park offers a step away from the hustle of life and a step into peace of the mountainside.
For those looking for more activities for the kids, try Tarzana Park and Recreation Center. The Rec center not only offers child care, but also baseball and basketball leagues, community outreach classes, and summer camps, and special events.
If a touch of culture is more your thing, head to the Tarzana Community & Cultural Center. With regular classical concerts and gardens galore, a stroll through the flowers with Bach softly playing in the background might be more your cup of tea–er–chardonnay.
Golfers will revel in having two country clubs right at their fingertips. Both Braemar Country Club and El Caballero Country Club are distinguished. Both clubs host regular tennis tournaments in addition to their golfing excursions, so tennis lovers can also take heart