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  1. Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service
    Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service

    Paramount Ranch.

  2. Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service
    Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service

    Paramount Ranch.

  3. Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service
    Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service

    Paramount Ranch.

  4. Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service
    Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service

    Paramount Ranch.

  5. Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service
    Photograph: George Heras, courtesy National Park Service

    Paramount Ranch.

  6. Photograph: Michael Juliano
    Photograph: Michael JulianoParamount Ranch.
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Time Out Says

Discover the origins of old-school movie magic at what is now a National Park in Agoura Hills. Beginning in 1927, Paramount Ranch served as the exotic backdrop for countless classic films, such as The Maid of Salem (1937), and The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938). Get some fresh air while taking in a slice of LA history by hiking along trails once used as movie sets. Head to the old "Western Town" or through the grasslands of Bwana Trail, which portrayed the African Sahara in Bwana Devil (1952). Leashed dogs are welcome, and so are your cameras, as the photo ops are a-plenty.

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Written by Amanda Montell

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Santa Monica Mountains plant restoration

About 4,000 down and 46,000 to go: The National Park Service is setting out to give some love to the Santa Monica Mountains by planting 50,000 native trees over the next year, and it could use your help. On most Fridays and Saturdays through April 2022, you can register to plant and water coast live oaks, willows, elderberries, valley oaks and sycamores across the park.

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