Wildwood Regional Park


928 W. Avenida de los Arboles, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360


People of all ages frequent Wildwood Park for a variety of outdoor activities such as nature hikes, biking, horseback riding, summer day camps, and interpretive programs.  Additionally, the Conejo Open Space Trails Advisory Committee (COSTAC) coordinates the annual Trail Education Days for 4th graders of Conejo Valley public schools. There are 14 trails covering 17 miles.  There are three water fountains in the park; however, hikers are encouraged to bring water. Restrooms are located at the bottom of the canyon only. In addition, there are several benches located throughout the park, mostly along the trails. 

Park Information

The park is from 7:00am – dusk.  For information about outdoor programs and specialty hikes in the park, contact the Conejo Community Center/Outdoor Unit.

For other information about the park, including trail maps, Park Rangers contacts, other nearby open space areas, and how to become involved with projects that benefit Wildwood Park or Conejo open space areas, please visit the following websites:

Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA)

Conejo Open Space Foundation (COSF)

Trail Maps & Other Information


Map of Amenities (PDF)

Additional Photos

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  • 10 BBQ Grills (Plus 1 group BBQ; first come/first served)
  • 14 Hiking/Nature Trails
  • 58 Parking Stalls
  • 5 Picnic Areas
  • 20 Picnic Tables
  • 2 Restrooms