The 10 Best Things to Do in Littlerock, United States

December 17, 2017 Marissa Gamble

Littlerock is a census-designated place in Los Angeles County, California, United States. The population was 1,377 at the 2010 census, down from 1,402 at the 2000 census. The Littlerock, and Sun Village community, which is typically referred to as Littlerock, has a population around 15,000. According to the Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance report of 2009, the Palmdale / Lancaster urban area has a population of 483,998, which Littlerock is a part of.
Restaurants in Littlerock

1. Southern California Soaring Academy

32810 165th St E, Llano, CA 93544-1011
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5 based on 61 reviews

Southern California Soaring Academy

Southern California Soaring Academy is the premier provider of exhilarating glider rides in Los Angeles. We are surrounded by outstanding soaring conditions and stunning scenery. Visit us in scenic Antelope Valley, just over 1 hour driving time from downtown L.A., where nearly every day is flyable. Come for a ride and bring a friend. It’s an adventure of a lifetime, something you will be talking about for years to come. Open Fri-Sat-Sun-Mon, 9 AM to Sunset. Call or e-mail for reservations.

Reviewed By Tom P

I came to California/Mojave Desert for a business trip and as glider pilot I had already in mind to use this opportunity also for soaring in the US. By research within internet I stumbled finally across the Southern California Soaring Academy. I went by to Crystal Airport and they brought me on schedule with an instructor for the weekend following.
BTW, the staff was quite friendly, warm hearted and always helpful which I felt well from the beginning....Thumbs up!
My instructor Dale was fabulous. Apart from his great flying experience and instructor skills he was also an overwellming "tour guide"
Wow! I had really an outstanding time soaring within the mountains high, getting into the "bow" wave.... During this unbeliveable flight I could see the Pacific Ocean, the Channel Islands , Los Angeles, Edwards AFB, the San Andreas Fault and even more....making this flights to one of the best experiences in my life. "Today was awesome, awesome, awesome." Thanks to you guys! Tom Peuler

2. Blackbird Airpark

2503 E Avenue P, Palmdale, CA 93550-2112 +1 661-274-0884
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4.5 based on 98 reviews

Blackbird Airpark

Reviewed By Kristen F

My husband worked for an aerospace company for many years. He was so excited to see all these beautiful planes and reminesce. Every plane was a treasure!!

3. Charlie Brown Farms

8317 Pearblossom Hwy, Littlerock, CA 93543 +1 661-944-2606
Excellent
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4 based on 18 reviews

Charlie Brown Farms

Reviewed By Josh K - Los Angeles, California

This place is huge you can spend hours wandering looking at all kinds of unique and kitschy products. They also have a great BBQ with some unique items. This is a great place to find gag gifts and exotic foods. Fun outdoor space with facades of the old west.

4. Jackrabbit Flats Wildlife Sanctuary

116 Street East and Avenue T, Pearblossom, CA 93543 +1 661-944-6881
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3 based on 1 reviews

Jackrabbit Flats Wildlife Sanctuary

Reviewed By SoCalRambler - Tujunga, CA

Jackrabbit Flat(s): 114 acres of creosote bush scrub, desert chaparral, joshua trees and, alas, people's discards. During early spring, however, Jackrabbit Flats has lots of wildflowers, plus blooming cholla and beavertail cactus.
Sometimes it's nice just to be able to walk around in the desert without trespassing, even if people leave their trash lying around (bring a garbage bag and pick some up, if you want to help tidy up.) For several more desert "sanctuaries," look up the LA County Parks and Recreation website, and use the dropdown Parks --> Wildlife Sanctuaries at the bottom of the page.

5. Golden Star Vineyards & Winery

36043 106th St E, Littlerock, CA 93543-2802 +1 661-713-6660
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5 based on 1 reviews

We are a family owned and operated vineyard and craft winery located on 5 acres in the Antelope Valley. We offer wine tasting, vineyard and winery tours. Please feel free to bring a picnic and enjoy our beautiful High Desert vineyard with you family. Cheers!

Reviewed By SilverLake2TheWorld - Los Angeles, California

From the moment you drive up the dirt road and walk in to the tasting room, you can feel that you are going to have a special experience.

It's the kind of place that brings feelings of that famous tv show, "Cheers," the kind of place were you are welcome from the moment you walk in, the kind of folks that are happy to see you, a place where everyone will know your name.

Being a red wine fan, Chardonnay is not something that is high on the list, but THIS CHARDONNAY is something very special. Smooth.

All of the reds were uh-mazing and the people, the wonderful people, well that was the icing of a very memorable experience.

Highly recommend.

Thank you for a great time!

6. DryTown Water Park

3850 E. Ave. S., Palmdale, CA 93552 +1 661-267-6161
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4 based on 37 reviews

DryTown Water Park

Reviewed By experiencecollector - Lancaster, CA

Fairly new so it's clean. Very well maintained. Not so big that you would lose the kids but enough attractions to keep them entertained for a few hours.

I wish that they would consider keeping the park opened until late because the Antelope Valley sun is just too intense.

More food choices would also be nice.

7. Route 138 - Pearblossom Highway

Palmdale, CA
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3.5 based on 73 reviews

Route 138 - Pearblossom Highway

A great highway to travel anytime of the year, but it's best in spring.

Reviewed By Cavydad - Camarillo, California

The back way to Las Vegas. No need to go through Ranch Cucamonga and San Bernardino. Rustic, meandering, and rolling road that is a great way from the San Ferndo Valley or West Los Angeles and avoid the traffic across the San Gabriel Valley. Yucca trees and even such places as Lake Los Angeles, of course without a lake, highlight the drive.

8. Antique Asylum

38712 6th St E, Palmdale, CA 93550-3720 +1 661-272-5665
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4 based on 13 reviews

Antique Asylum

Just off the 14 fwy on 6th St east, between Palmdale Blvd and East Ave Q. 11,000 sq feet and over 60 vendors. We have a continuous and ever changing inventory of antiques, vintage, collectibles and newer items. Furniture, glass and kitchen ware, fine jewelry, costume jewelry, home decor and so much more. You can see up to date photos on our Facebook page.

Reviewed By jazzmike - Palmdale, California

We have gone through here several times over the years. It's probably the best antique shop in the Antelope Valley. Just a fun place to look through old treasures. Several special events occur throughout the year.

9. Barrell Springs Trail

25th St E and Barrel Springs Rd, Palmdale, CA
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5 based on 8 reviews

Barrell Springs Trail

Reviewed By LA_Deputy - Palmdale, California

This is a quite from a local article. " Palmdale Barrel Springs Trail: The City of Palmdale in partnership with the AV Heritage Foundation and the Antelope Valley Trails Recreation and Environmental Council was awarded $415,152 in Prop A money to build this trail. This 1 1/2 mile of trail will be used as a backbone trail for the Antelope Valley." This trail is frequented by day hikers and people riding horses. U can start from either end of the trail. The other entrance is off of Sierra Hwy and Barrel Springs rd and has horse trailer parking.

10. Rainbow Ridge Ranch

1701 Crystal Rd, Palmdale, CA 93550-9787 +1 661-538-9271
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4.5 based on 5 reviews

Rainbow Ridge – Horseback Riding, Horseback Riding Lessons, Horse Boarding All horse rides are guided over miles of trails in and around the scenic Angeles National Forest. All horse rides are by reservation o­nly so please call ahead to schedule your trail rides. We also offer pony rides, birthday parties, or riding lessons (Western or English). Boarding is offered either in o­ne of our pastures, barn or in o­ne of our 24x24 stalls with covers includes use of tack room, wash rack and round pen.

Reviewed By MrsBrandt - Los Angeles, California

My husband and I decided to surprise our daughter with horse back riding lessons. I called around the AV and was recommended by Lazy T Ranch. I called and talked to Kathy and must have asked her 20 questions but she was very patient and friendly. I made a reservation for the following Sunday.

We took an older car knowing that there was about a 3 mile dirt road to the ranch. The signs made it easy to find the ranch. We pulled right up and and Kathy greeted us.

There were so many horses, over 50 on the ranch. Since it was my daughter's first time, Kathy choose a calmer older horse named Red Feather. After I filled out a waiver my daughter helped Kathy get the horse and tie him up to saddle him. She was so patient with my daughter explaining every step of of the way. She let her brush him, saddle him, and give him hugs. Kathy taught my daughter how to walk around the horse just about everything you need to know to get started.

After a few minutes and covering the basics, Kathy moved them into the bigger arena. My daughter scared at first loved the lesson and was laughing by the end. She loved feeding and petting the other horses at the ranch as well.

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