|Santa Clarita Woodlands Park|
|Nearest city||Santa Clarita, California, United States|
|Coordinates||34°20′58″N 118°33′29″W / 34.3495°N 118.5581°WCoordinates: 34°20′58″N 118°33′29″W / 34.3495°N 118.5581°W|
|Area||4,000 acres (16 km2)|
|Governing body||Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA)|
|Website||Santa Clarita Woodlands Park|
Santa Clarita Woodlands Park is a 4,000 acre (1,619 hectare) open space preserve located in the northeastern foothills of the Santa Susana Mountains near Santa Clarita, California.
The park borders the city of Santa Clarita to the northeast, Newhall Ranch Open Space to the northwest, Michael D. Antonovich Open Space to the southeast, and an open space preserve managed by the Bureau of Land Management to the southwest.
The park includes four recreation areas:
The park preserves a mountainous expanse of coastal sage and chaparral habitat. Resident mammal species include bobcat, coyote, red-tailed hawk, and desert cottontail.