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Castaic was founded in 1887 when Southern Pacific constructed a railroad siding on the line between Piro and Saugus Station, naming it “Castaic Junction.” Originally settled as farming land, the town has since developed into a major truck stop for travelers along the Interstate 5 freeway. While technically not a part of Santa Clarita, Castaic’s close proximity to the SCV has made it a popular neighborhood for individuals and families looking to take advantage of the city’s various amenities while still being far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city center. Castaic is a mere 10-to 15-minute drive from the shopping and dining at the Westfield Valencia Town Center, thrills at Six Flags Magic Mountain, and the town’s various other attractions. The nearby Castaic Lake also makes the town an ideal destination for fishing and boating enthusiasts.
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