Searching La Crescenta homes for rent? With beautiful green spaces, delicious restaurants and proximity to Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, La Crescenta offers its residents plenty to do in a gorgeous natural setting.
Outdoor Recreation for La Crescenta Renters
Bordering La Crescenta to the north is the Angeles National Forest, a 1,000-square-mile natural environment with beautiful scenery, campgrounds and picnic areas. Boat, fish, jet ski and swim at Pyramid Lake, Castaic Lake and Elizabeth Lake, and hike, cycle and ride horses along more than 20 trails. These trails range in distance from 1.5 miles to almost 12 miles, in elevation from 250 feet to 3,700 feet and in difficulty from easy to very strenuous. In the winter, you can snowski and sled at Mount Baldy and Mountain High. South of La Crescenta is the Descanso Gardens, a 160-acre public garden in La Canada. Highlights of the Descanso Gardens include the Center Circle, a lush area with flowering vines and leafy basil plants; Nature's Table, Descanso's edible garden, which has herbs, pumpkins and more; and the Sturt Haaga Gallery of Art.
Dining Opportunities Near La Crescenta Rentals
After all that exercise, discover the many dining options outside La Crescenta houses for rent. At Olive Branch, a Persian restaurant, savor the kabobs, dolmeh, hummus and homemade yogurt drink. No matter what you're craving, you'll find it at Everest No. 2, a Latin American restaurant and diner that serves up gyros, grilled cheese sandwiches, fish 'n chips, burritos, fried vegetables, hamburgers, corn dogs, salads, chili and more.
Rentals.com also offers pet-friendly and affordable apartments and home rentals for La Crescenta college students, senior citizens, military and families. No matter what you are looking for in a rental home, there are many houses and apartments for rent in La Crescenta that will accommodate your lifestyle.