The local school district encompasses four schools, including Agua Dulce and Meadowlark Elementary schools, High Desert Middle School, and Vasquez High School. Higher education from area junior colleges and local universities include Charter College, Antelope Valley College and California Institute of the Arts. The California State University Bakersfield - Antelope Valley campus is less than 15 miles away.
Residents of Agua Dulce and neighboring Acton receive their communication news via The Agua Dulce/Acton County Journal, free newsletter that is published every Saturday by Lillian Smith Enterprises. The Agua Dulce/Acton County Journal includes news items and features on the local school board, town council, community events and civic organization activities, in addition to a directory for the local houses of worship, a calendar of events, and organizations and services. Classified and business ads are also included in the newsletter.
Agua Dulce has its own Women’s Club, which is a non-profit organization that provides educational and recreational opportunities that benefit the community and its residents. Organized in 1948, The Agua Dulce Women’s Club provides community-wide activities and offers scholarships and support for the city’s children. Furthermore, the Women’s Club owns the only community-organized owned building that serves as a meeting hall for other local organizations such as the Scouts, Canyon Coyotes, the Town Council, the Lions, 4H, and for the city’s senior citizens.
The active residents in Agua Dulce are devoted to the outdoors. Whether enjoying a hike on the Pacific Crest Trail, camping in the neighboring recreational area and national forest or a visit to the lake for a boat ride, residents use the mild weather of California in their favor. Formed by the San Andreas Fault, the jutting Vasquez Rocks provide a backdrop to Agua Dulce. Supplying a hiking and climbing feat, the stunning sunset from your perch is worth the effort. A horse loving community, many Agua Dulce residents spend their time with their four-legged friends. Many properties have horse properties with exercise arenas and barns, offering horseback riding options for residents and visitors alike.
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The community comes together for the annual Agua Dulce Fair which features a parade, food, games and performers. Agua Dulce Vineyards is a 90 acre, fully operational vineyard and winery, featuring daily wine tasting and tours. The Agua Dulce Airpark is a public-use airport providing residents with a local outlet to enjoy the friendly skies.
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