Spanish for freshwater, Agua Dulce literally means sweet water. Located just north of Santa Clarita, Agua Dulce is an unincorporated community in Los Angeles County. Agua Dulce covers about 25 square miles and has a population of about 4,000.
The community is best known for Vasquez Rocks California State Park, which has been a popular filming location for many years. Some notable productions include The Flinstones movie, Rat Race, and the “Arena” episode of Star Trek. The name of the park comes from the famous bandit Tiburcio Vasquez who would use the park as a hiding place.
Agua Dulce is also home to the Agua Dulce Vineyards which is the largest winery in Los Angeles County, and has a general aviation airport known as Agua Dulce Airpark.
Agua Dulce School District unified in 1993 and consists of three elementary schools, a junior high school, and a high school. The district has an enrollment of approximately 2,150 students and has schools that have been recognized as California Distinguished Schools.
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