Traveling to Thousand Oaks, CA? There are plenty of fun things to see and do in this Conejo Valley town. Whether you’re looking for peace and quiet, or something the whole family will love, this city has something for everyone. Here are 10 things to do in Thousand Oaks.
1. Gardens of the World
Looking for a little peace and quiet? Head over to the Gardens of the World. It’s free to enter, and it’s conveniently located on 2001 Thousand Oaks Boulevard (just across from the Civic Arts Plaza). This quaint garden is 4 1/2 acres and was a gift given by the Hogan Family Foundation.
2. Conejo Valley Botanic Garden
Enjoy 33 acres of nature in the Conejo Valley Botanic Gardens’ hiking trails. The garden is situated adjacent to the Community Park. Aside from hiking, you can also take advantage of the gardens’ plant sales every Sunday.
3. Conjeo Creek Bike Path
If you enjoy biking, you’ll love the Conjeo Creek Bike Path in Thousand Oaks. This 1.2 mile path opened in the spring of 2011, and is a great, flat alternative to city streets.
4. Wildwood Park
Wildwood Park is a massive 1,765 acre park located on the corner of Big Sky Drive and Avenida de los Arboles. The area was once home to the Chumas Indians, who lived there for almost 8,000 years.
5. MB2 Raceway
Looking for something the kids will love? The MB2 Raceway is a 60,000 square foot indoor kart racing arena. Located at 1475 Lawrence Drive, MB2 also offers other fun activities, like air hockey, arcade games and food. It’s fun for the whole family.
6. Make Meaning Store
If you plan on making a stop at The Oaks Shopping Mall, don’t forget to pop into the Make Meaning Store in the outdoor shops area. The Make Meaning Store gives kids (and adults) creative experiences, including jewelry, glass, soap, candles, ceramics, cake decorating and more. There are no admission fees or membership fees required.
7. Tarantula Hill
Named after the spiders that inhabit the hill’s peak, Tarantula Hill is located just off of West Gainsborough Road between Camino Manzanas and Grand Oak Lane. The highest point of the hill reaches 1,057 feet. Feel free to bike, run or walk up the hill’s paved road to the peak.
8. Stagecoach Inn Museum
Designed to be a replica of the Grand Union Hotel, an 1876 Monterey-style inn. The Stagecoach Inn Museum also includes a historic California adobe, a Chumash Indian village and a pioneer home. A park adjoins the property with a stream and nature trails.
9. Chumash Indian Museum
The Chumash Indian Museum is located on Westlake Boulevard and contains Chumash historic items and artifacts. You can also take a nature walk and tour Oakbrook Regional Park.
10. Rocking K Horse Rentals
Hit the old dusty trail with Rocking K Horse Rentals. Open 7 days a week, this facility offers horses for rent, and is located at 4790 West Lynn Road.
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