Santa Paula is the “Citrus Capital of the world” and has a small-town charm that is undeniable. Maybe it’s the tree lined streets or the history that this town holds, but it is completely adorable. The town itself has numerous historical landmarks and one of the most aesthetically pleasing backdrops. I had never really spent much time in Santa Paula until one of my dear friends bought a home in town.
The neighborhoods look like something out of a book, long streets lined with huge trees and the Topa Topa mountains in the background. This quaint town has a lot to offer, from a giant corn maze every October to beautiful hiking trails and parks. This town is the perfect place to slow down for a minute and enjoy the beauty that our county has to offer.
If you aren’t a fan of outdoor adventures, Santa Paula has some great restaurants to choose from. The Glen Tavern Inn isn’t known just for being haunted but also for the Italian restaurant Enzo’s inside of the hotel. This vintage hotel was built in 1911 right across from the train depot in order to provide accommodations to the newcomers in the area. If you haven’t been to Santa Paula I highly recommend stopping by the next time you are passing through.
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