Make Tejon Ranch Your Stopover for Labor Day Weekend

Tejon Ranch is your not-so-secret stop between Southern and Northern California. Nearly 14 million people visit every year and that number keeps growing. Twenty-five percent of travelers from Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura Counties stop at Tejon Ranch when they’re traveling up I-5 to destinations in Northern and Central California like the Bay Area, Sacramento, Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks…and many, many others.

There’s good reason why. Hungry or road-weary travelers can shop, grab a bite to eat, or fuel up for their next adventure.

Where to Shop

Surrounded by the beautiful, scenic landscape of historic Tejon Ranch, the Outlets at Tejon serves the shopping needs of residents, tourists, and travelers alike. Recognized as a top shopping destination in the West for two years in a row by Groups Today magazine, the Outlets offer shoppers more than 60 top designer and value brands in fashion, footwear, accessories, and home goods to choose from. Stores include the Nike Factory Store, Levi’s Outlet Store, the new Express Outlet, and many more.

Attractive canopies completely cover the breezeways to shade customers complemented by energy-efficient fans, so shoppers can browse shops in comfort, rain or shine. Enjoy landscaped and hardscaped grounds, water features and relaxing furniture in open-air courtyards and curving retail promenades, as well as a pet-friendly atmosphere, which includes two grassy park areas. Hungry shoppers also have numerous food options including Subway, Tony’s Pizza, Don Perico’s, and more.

If you stop at the Outlets on Labor Day Weekend, be sure to check out the numerous sales and bargains!

On the Road: Services for Motorists

Beyond the Outlets, visitors have many other options to choose from at Tejon Ranch. The Travel Center is the perfect stop-off on your journeys across California.

Where to eat. Ample food options for travelers include In-N-Out Burger, Firehouse Subs, Chipotle, Pieology Pizza, Baja Fresh, Black Bear Diner, Habit Burger, and others.  There are two Starbucks located at the Commerce Center, one on each side of I-5.  Cool fact: The Starbucks on the west side ranks as one of the top five performing Starbucks in the nation. We love our coffee at Tejon.

Fuel up and charge up. Fuel offerings include TA and Petro, which served approximately 540,000 trucks and dispensed more than 1.1 million gallons of gas and nearly 1.6 million gallons of diesel each month in 2016. If you’re one of the lucky folks who own a Tesla, there are more than 20 Tesla charging stations available for your use.

Rest up. Too tired to get back on the road? Lodging offerings include a Best Western and Microtel. You’ll probably notice some construction activity. An 82-room Hampton Inn is being built and is scheduled to open next year.

We Look Forward to Seeing You Soon
Whether you’re just out for the day exploring Tejon Ranch or driving up and down California on your way to fun and exciting destinations, Tejon Ranch is the perfect place in the middle of your road trip to cool your heals, chow down, fill up, and do some shopping.