Wildwood Regional Park, Thousand Oaks

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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.

Wildwood is home to over 27 miles of hiking trails. The four principle trails are the Mesa-, Moonridge-, Wildwood Canyon- and Santa Rosa Trails. Over 250 plant species have been recorded in Wildwood, as well as 37 species of mammals, 70 bird species, and 22 species of amphibians and reptiles.
The park consists of 1,765 acres (7.14 km2), and is connected to adjacent open-space areas comprising an additional 1,400 acres (5.7 km2). The park is operated by the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA).
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  • Very popular hiking area. Many trail choices. Dog friendly, kid friendly. We had a fun hike on a beautiful day!  more »
  • Well marked trails that take you to a small waterfall. It does seem to be a bit busy on the weekends but what can you expect for something in the city limits. The kids got a bit warm so bring water.....  more »
  • Very quick and easy outing for the whole family. Please pick up after yourself and keep this space as amazing as can be!  more »
  • Have always loved Wildwood since I was a kid. It's getting busy on the weekends but I haven't run into any rude groups yet. Despite the high volume it has been really pleasant. Makes me happy to see everyone outside and enjoying nature.
  • What a beautiful park. I first visited here in March after the heavy rain and it was wonderful. Flowers everywhere and the whole park was filled with greens reminded me of Switzerland.
  • One of the best parks to visit. It is a true miracle hidden among the mountains. It's always full of people. This park has a fantastic waterfall, which should be half an hour to get there. When you come to a waterfall, you can not get away from the beauty and experience of the cool water. The waterfall has a marvelous freshness that does not feel anywhere else. Very convenient place to go with family. The air is very clean and fresh. Within the park there are places to relax until you reach the waterfalls.
  • Absolutely beautiful! There are tons of trails and offshoot trails for most people! Waterfall, the cave, the mountain areas; it's up to you if you do 10 minutes or 10 miles! I love coming in the spring when it's turns beautifully green, but I also love it any other time of year!
  • Nice & clean trail! Began coming here after they closed most of the parking on the Camarillo side of paradise falls. Not so much shade (at least towards the beginning), so not the best for dogs during the middle of the day. There are porta potties in the parking lot as well as trash cans, which is nice!

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