This is a fabulous park and it shows visitors what life was like for the iconic Leo Carrillo and his family and guests many decades ago. The hacienda, the barn, the cantina, etc. take you back to days of yore and you imagine how it might have been. The history is amazing. Leo Carrillo was more than just an actor. He impacted a lot of people during his life in positive ways. Besides the buildings for yesteryear, peacocks roam the grounds so expect to see the males showing off their plumage trying to impress the peahens.
In late summer, the Leo Carrillo Film Festival is held at the park. Guests with reservations bring their low back chairs, etc. and sit on under the evening sky watching an episode of The Cisco Kid followed by a Leo Carrillo movie. It's magical.
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