Things To Do In Little Rock Ca Los Angeles California Town

The town of Littlerock is located on California Highway 138, about 50 miles northeast of Los Angeles in the southern most portion of the Antelope Valley. What fun things to do in little rock? Viewing the following landscape photos, you will know travelling one of the best thing to do in littlerock!
















Littlerock has a population of approximately 9,100 and is at an elevation of 2,900 feet above sea level. The weather ranges from the extreme heat of summer to the extreme cold of winter. Yes, Littlerock sometimes has snow in the winter months.

The Town has several Antique shops and Fruit stands that provide Peaches, Cherries & Pears in the Summer, Pumpkins and Christmas Trees in the Fall, in addition to Antique shops, Variety shops, Gift Shops, Charlie Browns Farms where you can find anything from Bar-B-Que to OVER 1000 kinds of Collectible Porcelain & Vinyl Dolls and across the street you can get all kinds of Western Wear and Crafts at Silly Tilly’s. The Town also has many Restaurants, Auto Parts & Repair, Many Churches, Gas Stations, Craft stores, and even a Farmer’s Mart with a Meat Department, Hardware Store as well as many other Businesses to serve tourists and local residents, Good Schools Parks & Recreation, Camping at the Dam and Big Rock Creek.

Fun and Interesting Places to Visit

Palmdale’s Dry Town

Mountain High Ski Area

Big Rock Creek Camp

Local Parks

Everett Martin Park

Jackie Robinson Park

Pearblossom Park

Mojave Desert Parks

Poppy Reserve

Vasquez Rocks

The Outpost

Devil’s Punchbowl

Littlerock DAM

Exotic Feline Breeding Compound

Edwards Air Force Base

4 Points Swap Meet

A V Indian Museum

Mulligan Fun Center

L.A. County Raceway

Willow Springs Raceway

Lancaster Jethawks

Local Golf Courses

Blackbird Airpark

Joe Davies Heritage Airpark

St. Andrew’s Abbey @ Valyermo

Angeles National Forest

ETI Corral 9

Showdown Rodeo











Since 2007 property owners in rural areas of the Unincorporated communities of the County of Los Angeles have continued their vigilance in their rights to own and to store their private property on their parcels while being harassed by Los Angeles Code Enforcement.

This includes not only surprise inspections that include exorbitant fines but appointed investigations by the Nuisance Abatement Team and the County Sheriffs Department that our County has put into place.

In response The A.V.T.O. (Antelope Valley Truckers Organization) was put into place to support, Concerned Citizens, Land Owners and Independent Truck Operators of the Antelope Valley.

The A.V.T.O. along with the Littlerock and Sun Village Town Council’s are in the Process of rewriting the (CSD) Community Standards of Rural living in our area and what you can and can’t have on our parcels.

Recently several members of the A.V.T.O. have come under fire in regard to the use of their land and the private property that is stored on it. It seems that several of these members have been marked by speaking out at Littlerock Town Council meetings when Code Enforcement and County Officials are present.

In fact, two of our Littlerock Town Council officials that are also members of the A.V.T.O. have recently been given notices to remove items from their property or face significant fines.

Norm Hickling Senior Deputy of Los Angeles County promised that there would be no more citations or inspections until the CSD had been submitted and agreed upon, yet, members of the Littlerock Community are still being harassed!

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Please support Littlerock Businesses.

Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Grange Hall located at 87th Street East and Avenue T-8. Littlerock, California

We have some great things brewing at the Hall, the first being our Sees Easter Candy Fundraiser for the Jr. Grange. All Proceeds go into their treasury to help offset costs for their bedding for their animals and hopefully help them with their entry fees for AV Fair. We have a flyer if you would like it to add to the website.

Secondly we are planning a pre Mothers Day Pancake Breakfast. We will be selling presale tickets for $5.00 each, at the door $8.00. There will be a breakfast of Pancakes, Bacon, Coffee and Juice. We are looking for Donations for the food items as well as gifts for raffle prizes. Everyone from the valley is invited, I also have a flyer for it as well.

we will be hosting a Ethics Training Class for anyone that is in need of the ethics class in order to show at any California Fair, last time we held a class we had people from the San Diego area and Central California travel to the class. The class lasts 1 hour and all attendees names will be turned into the State of California Fair Board and they will receive their Certificates from them. Certificates are good for 5 years. I don’t have a flyer for this one yet, still working on it.

On June 18 we will be hosting a pre Fathers Day BBQ and Fire Prevention Awareness Day. Our day will start at 11am, BBQ Tri Tip Sandwiches, Chips and a Drink for $8.00 presale, $10 at the door. We already have folks from the USDA Forest Service and Smokey Bear slated, and are working on getting folks from LA County there as well. This is still in the Planning stages.

And as always the Grange Hall is available for rent for Parties, meetings and other events. But dates are booking fast, currently we have the entire month of March, April, and September booked. We have 1 weekend in May available. July has 1 booking so far as well as October.
Anyone interested can call the Grange phone. And I have a flyer for that as well, lol.

Hey we maybe a small group of families (6) but a few of us are working our tails off to keep the Grange alive. We are working to raise funds to do much needed improvements on the building and always willing to take a donation be it someone to do some sort of work (plumbing, electrical, etc) money to help offset costs of maintaining the building (paint, parts, etc) Anything is always appreciated, and everything is tax deductible that is given.
Our goal is to bring the Hall back to a shiny center of the community and to give back to the community in service, lectures and safe events for our local families.

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