Outdoor Programs, Trails & Open Space

Come enjoy the Conejo Recreation and Park District’s 12,500 acres of open space and 140 miles of trails. We offer organized hikes, programs, classes and camping trips for all ages and skill levels!

To register for any of the below activities, please visit our REGISTRATION PAGE.

Hiking & Outdoor Programs

Monthly Hikes

We offer many fun monthly hikes for families including Bonkers for Bugs, All About Owls, Hikes for Tykes, Paradise Falls Hike, Night Awareness Hikes, Full Moon Hike, All About Owls, and our two most popular treks: S'mores & Hotdog hikes!

Check out our seasonal hikes such as Holiday S'mores, Thanksgiving Nature Crafts Spooky S'mores, St. Patrick’s Day S'mores, Sunset with Your Sweetheart Hike, Wildflower Hike, Dinosaur Dig, and more!

Outdoor Classes

The Outdoor Unit offers classes ranging from fitness, photography, and geocaching (see section below for more geocaching details) to hiking with your dogs, plus programs for children.

Family Campout

Family Campout is held twice a year in Wildwood Regional Park - From 1:00pm on Saturday through noon the next day, usually in late April and mid-September. Designed for families of all ages, the campout includes hikes, crafts & games, campfire fun, meals, and even s'mores. Families hike to the camping area while Recreation staff and COSCA Rangers bring family tents and other gear to the site. All the fun of camping with (almost) none of the work!

Custom Hike Program

Take advantage of our Custom Hike Program. We can tailor hikes to meet your group's specific needs. Examples of custom programs we can offer include s'more hikes, nature hikes, map and compass, wilderness survival, animal tracking, birding, geocaching, and more!

For more information on our Custom Hike Program, please contact our Outdoor Unit at 805-495-2163 or ccc@crpd.org

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Trails & Open Space

Trails

Conejo Canyons

Dos Vientos

Los Robles

Lang Ranch, Woodridge, and Oakbrook Regional Park

Wildwood Regional Park

Other Trails

Trail Maps

Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA)

For information regarding Conejo Valley open space, volunteer opportunities, trails, maps, flora, fauna, and hiker protection, please go to COSCA's website at www.conejo-openspace.org.

Conejo Open Space Foundation (COSF)

For information regarding volunteer opportunities, outings, maps, and to become a member, please go to COSF's website at www.cosf.org.

Park Rangers

Should you have a question or concern regarding trails, wildlife or open space, please contact a Park Ranger at 805-381-2741 (Office) or 805-402-9551 (On Duty Ranger).

Outdoor Programs

For information on our organized outdoor programs and hikes, see the info at the top of this page in the Hiking & Outdoor Programs section.

Other Nearby Trails & Open Space

Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority

Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy

L.A. Mountains

Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area

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Geocaching in the Conejo Valley

What is Geocaching?

A wonderful, family-friendly outdoor activity, geocaching is a treasure hunt using devices such as a handheld GPS or a mobile smart phone to locate where a geocache is hidden. Geocaches are hidden by other people called “geocachers” and listed on the geocaching.com website. If you have a smartphone or handheld GPS, you already have everything you need to get started! Create a free geocaching account today at geocaching.com.

Cache Names:

Proud to be an American
Welcome to the Park District
Underneath the Oaks

If you would like to set up a geocaching class for your group, party or organization, contact the Outdoor Unit at 805-495-2163.

Click here to find out even more about geocaching