Seminole Hot Springs is a small unincorporated community in western
Los Angeles County located in the
Santa Monica Mountains south of
Agoura Hills, north of Malibu, west of
Malibou Lake, and just southeast of
Cornell. Paramount Ranch
is to the northeast. The Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park, a resident owned park, is the largest community within Seminole Hot Springs. Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park is a member of the
Las Virgenes Homeowner's Federation.
Seminole Hot Springs Spa
In 1912, Lucky Baldwin, a local resident, discovered natural hot springs in the Cornell area just south of
Agoura, which he developed into a popular spa that attracted more than one thousand visitors every weekend. He named the spa Seminole Hot Springs. By the late 1950s, hot mineral baths became unpopular resulting in the closing of the once famous spa. In 1967, the spa facilities were razed and replaced by Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park which continues to operate.
Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park
Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park is a resident owned mobile home park, consisting of 215 single and double wide mobile homes, organized as a cooperative and California Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation. The park has a large clubhouse with a game room, meeting rooms, fitness center, library, kitchen, and TV room. There is also a 3.3 acre lake for the members of the park to enjoy. The park is surrounded by the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains.
Seminole Springs Lake
Seminole Springs Lake is a private lake located within Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park in Seminole Hot Springs, California. The 3.3 acre lake is surrounded by the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains and serves as an important part of the habitat for many species of local wildlife.
La Sierra Canyon
La Sierra Canyon is a valley located in the Santa Monica Mountains near Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park and Seminole Hot Springs. The valley is a habitat for bobcats, coyotes, raccoons, mountain lions, and other wildlife.
Seminole Overlook is a local overlook in the Santa Monica Mountains located on the east side of Mulholland Highway less than one mile east of Kanan Road near Seminole Hot Springs and Seminole Springs Mobile Home Park.
Agoura Hills has a 2,031 foot mountain called Ballard Mountain, named after John Ballard who was a former slave and early pioneer from Kentucky. Ballard first came to the area in 1859. He was able to move his family to 320 acres of land he and his family acquired near Seminole Hot Springs, just south of Agoura Hills in 1880. Ballard Mountain is in the Santa Monica Mountains in western Los Angeles County.
The areas around Seminole Hot Springs, Cornell, and Malibou Lake were home to the
Chumash People for thousands of years before the area was claimed by Spain and later by Mexico.
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