...is like Roscoe Blvd. a main east-to-west thoroughfare of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles County. Originally part of a historic trail between the mission in Ventura and mission San Fernando Rey de Espana, there are many historical sites on the Camino Real.
Today Class-A-Office buildings dominate the southern part of this 818 suburbian desert and it's bussiness parks.
The Valley is bounded by the mountains of Santa Susana and the Simi Hills to the north-west, the Santa Monica Mountains to the south and the Verdugo Mountains to the east.
The confluence of Arroyo Calabasas and Bell Creek is the start of the Los Angeles River.