Berniece Bennett Park is a 4.9 acre park located in the First Neighborhood. This park is the site for the Saturday in the Park concert series and other special events throughout the year. Berniece Bennett Park is open for public use between 6:00 am and 10:00 pm daily.
Camarillo Grove Dog Park. This park is home to the Camarillo Grove Dog Park. This enclosed dog park is open from 7am to dusk and features many shaded areas and a doggie drinking fountain. The entire park is also an off leash park Monday - Friday only. Saturday and Sunday dogs are allowed off-leash only in the enclosed dog park.
The Chumash Indian Museum is a historical site and living history center. This museum is dedicated to restoring and preserving an awareness of the Chumash people and their historical, cultural, material and present-day influence, as well as the natural environment and historical significance of this site.
This large open space area lies immediately west of Wildwood Park. The Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency , plans to focus on this region to develop new trails over the coming years. There are already lots of dirt roads, mostly Edison access roads to service the power lines that cross the valley, and a few singletrack trails, all of which are outstanding.
The Conejo Community Center offers quality recreation leisure programs to the community and is home to the nature-loving Outdoor Unit of the Recreation Division. The Center provides surrounding neighborhoods with a wide range of recreational programs serving tots through seniors and organizes several large scale special events throughout the year.
1300 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362. Description. Improved over time with tremendous support from dedicated volunteers, non-profit organizations and service clubs, this 55-acre property was originally acquired in 1972 and the first soccer fields were completed in 1976.
The Conejo Valley Art Museum focuses on creativity in its many guises, acknowledging that Art and Design are inseparable from the Sciences and from Life itself. The Museum provides a place for visitors to contemplate their roots, open their perspectives and become increasingly aware of creative options.
The Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is 33-acres of natural terrain encircled by the city of Thousand Oaks. From the the sweeping vistas at the peak of the Garden through fifteen unique, hillside specialty gardens, and onto the hiking trail along the riparian steam, the Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is a destination not to be missed.
How to Find Us Bringing the beauty of the world to the Conejo Valley The Gardens of the World became a reality when Ed and Lynn Hogan, founders of Pleasant Holidays, decided to build a striking monument to commemorate the various cultures of the world.
Answer: Genghis Khan introduced them all to the West. Not Genghis the brutal barbarian of Western history books, but Genghis the great civilizer and lawmaker, whose empire brought each of these innovations to the west, including 13 th Century Mongolian-style democracy.
North Ranch Open Space: Hillcrest Open Space Preserve and Sandstone Hills Trail is a 1.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Thousand Oaks, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
The Kids' Adventure Garden (KAG) at the Conejo Valley Botanic Garden is open every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The KAG provides an exciting place for children to learn about nature and gardening. The garden features a tree house, pirate's cave, zoo garden, hydroponic pod and much more.
Lake Eleanor along with the Lake Eleanor Dam (also called Banning Dam) and surrounding 529 acres of open space has been named City of Thousand Oaks Historical Landmark #9. Lake Eleanor, which is fenced off to protect the wildlife, is clearly visible from the trail.
The Los Robles Open Space contains approximately 331 acres of land located on the southerly edge of the Conejo Valley. It includes a nearly mile-long stretch of the prominent ridgeline flanking the Valley, along with dense chaparral-covered slopes and some relatively flat, grassy potreros near the ridgeline.
Given its relatively small size and integral location within the Conejo Valley, up until the 1950’s Oak Park shared a primarily common history with the other communities of the Conejo, including Agoura (Hills), Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, and Newbury Park.
2250 Michael Drive, Newbury Park, CA 91320. Description. The hilly seven acres which make up Newbury Gateway Park were acquired in 1984. In 1999, four acres at the base of the hill were developed into a neighborhood park which was funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the City of Thousand Oaks.
1600 Marview Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 Description Beginning in 1966, W.A. and Janet Rothschild allowed Conejo Recreation and Park District to utilize the area known as Old Meadows Park under a license agreement, eventually giving the property to the District.
Pepper Tree Playfield, at the corner of Reino and Old Conejo Roads, is surrounded by... pepper trees. This 21.7-acre site was acquired in 1977. Softball and soccer fields were developed in 1983. Additional improvements, such as the picnic structure, have been added by dedicated community volunteers and service clubs.
950 North Ventu Park Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360. Description. Rancho Conejo Playfield, located just north of Hillcrest Drive on Ventu Park Road, is 13 acres of turf, softball fields, tennis courts, basketball court, play areas, and picnic areas. The developer of Rancho Conejo, Shapell Industries, built and dedicated the park to the District in 1997.
Rancho Sierra Vista/ Satwiwa Two threads of local history intertwine to establish the identity of Rancho Sierra Vista/ Satwiwa. Ranch structures and introduced grasses represent over a century of ranching, while native plants reflect an environment that Chumash Indians lived in for thousands of years.
S/W Westlake Blvd. & Avenida de Los Arboles, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362. Description. Land for the sprawling oak-wooded Sapwi Trails Community Park (formerly known as Lang Ranch Community Park) originally identified as the Oakbrook Community Park in the master plan for Lang Ranch, was dedicated to the Conejo Recreation and Park District in 1993.
198 Via Katrina, Newbury Park, CA 91320. Description. The 4-acre Sycamore Neighborhood Park was completed and dedicated to the Conejo Recreation & Park District by the builders of Dos Vientos Ranch in 2006. Serving local residents, the park, which is situation adjacent to Sycamore Canyon School, includes active and passive recreation.
Tarantula Hill is located off of West Gainsborough Road in Thousand Oaks, between Grand Oak Lane and Camino Manzanas. Just park your car by the prominent oak tree and little green sign. The hill is named after the spiders that inhabit this peak that happens to be the highest point within the Conejo Valley, at about 1,057 feet.
980 Aranmoor Avenue, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362. Description. As a community Park, Triunfo Park is designed to serve the broader recreation needs of several neighborhoods. The design is meant to encourage and attract families on a day-to-day basis, as well as provide for larger community events.
400 Windtree Avenue, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360. Description. Located next to a creek and wedged between the 101 Freeway and Newbury Road, the property for Walnut Grove Park was acquired in 1981 and developed into a 6-acre park in 1994. Named for the walnut trees that occupy the site, its other unique quality is its outdoor handball court.
Wildwood Regional Park is a suburban regional park in the western Simi Hills and Conejo Valley, in Ventura County, California. It is located in western Thousand Oaks, northern Newbury Park, and southern Moorpark.The park consists of, and is connected to adjacent open-space areas comprising an additional.
The trail head at Wood Ranch Parkway and Long Canyon in Wood Ranch is one of the best local gateways to a vast range of mountains that run from Thousand Oaks down to the San Fernando Valley to the East and the old Ahmanson Ranch and the Chumash Indian Museum to the South.