South Pasadena is called the “City of Trees” because over 21,000 trees adorn its streets. It is known for having stunning homes, top quality schools, as well as unique small businesses. South Pasadena has a rich history shown through its intact late 19th and early 20th century neighborhoods and has maintained its small town atmosphere through the years. Much of this history can be explored in the South Pasadena Historical Museum. Because South Pasadena has a small town atmosphere, they have many family and kid-focused activities. They have an outdoor skate park, many recreational classes that you can sign up for, as well as having what they call the “volunteen program”.
There is something for everyone to do in this city. The Arroyo Seco Golf Course offers a range of golf activities from your traditional 18-hole course to mini golf and rentals. There is the Arroyo Seco Racquet Club, which has public play that is open to non-members for tennis and racquetball. The All Star Baseball School Batting Cages is perfect for sluggers of all ages. South Pasadena also has the San Pascual Stables, which is a public equestrian facility that provides training as well as being open for different events and rentals. There are also about 92 acres of parks within South Pasadena, and they are highly valued and regarded by the citizens of this city.
With such a wonderful history and community in South Pasadena, We Are Movers wants to make sure we get you into contact with local moving companies to help you successfully transition. We will put you in contact with the best movers that South Pasadena has to offer. And We Are Movers understands that moving is no cheap feat and wants to take into account your available budget as well to find you cheap movers that will take care of you and all of your belongings. And if you are moving a long distance, We Are Movers will use our extensive connections to find you long distance movers as well.