Community Center Park in Camarillo is home to the administrative offices of the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District, Community Center, Senior Center, classrooms and quite a nice park that is host to numerous community activities year-round, like the Easter egg hunt, Christmas parade, Earth Day, Halloween Carnival, etc!
The park is nearly 13 acres and plenty of parking. And, the playground has some REALLY nice, newer equipment! Check it out!
In addition, the park has some really nice, new exercise equipment adjacent to the playground area on the west side of the park! I've tried (in late March 2013) the equipment and it is some of the nicest "free" outdoor equpment I've been on! Let's just hope they are able to keep the equipment in such nice shape!
The Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District serves an area of approximately 44 square miles and has grown from one park to 29 parks since its inception in 1962. Within the District, numerous recreational facilities exists, including indoor swimming pool, lighted ball fields, tennis courts, racquetball courts, skate park, senior center, a running track at Arneill Ranch Park, children's play equipment, picnic shelters, barbecues and much more.
Visit www.pvrpd.org for more information and for the PVRPD's latest Recreation Magazine with hundreds and hundreds of community classes, special events, summer camps and programs. Or call 805.482.1996.
IN JUNE 2012, THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE VISITOR CENTER MOVED TO THE ANTHONY C. BEILENSON VISITOR CENTER IN CALABASAS. CLICK THIS LINK FOR MORE INFORMATION
The National Park Service Visitor Center, located at 401 West Hillcrest Drive in Thousand Oaks, is an outstanding place to learn more about the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area (SSMNRA). SSMNRA is over 154,000 square acres, which makes it the largest urban national park in the United States.
The National Park Service controls 21,500 of those acres and the best place to learn more about the SMM is this Visitor Center! There is always has someone on duty to answer questions about trails, maps, habitat, plants, hiking, camping, etc. Additionally, the Center has informational displays, maps and brochures, books and educational items for the kids for sale.
Visit the NPS website at www.nps.gov/samo for more information or call the Center at 805.370.2301.
Rancho Simi Recreation & Park District serves the communities of Simi Valley and Oak Park and offers hundreds and hundreds of classes throughout the year for all ages. To learn more, check out the latest class catalogs and register online, visit www.rsrpd.org. Or call 805.584.4400 for more information.
Conejo Valley Adult Education offers a wide range of classes in Foreign Language, Food and Nutrition, Decorative and Fine Arts and Home and Garden. Additionally, the school conducts vocational training programs for the medical community and for careers in the private business sector. The school is part of Conejo Valley Unified School District with its main campus located in Thousand Oaks. In 2009 the school served approximately 8,000 members of the Conejo Valley community. Visit www.ConejoAdultSchool.org for more information and for the current class catalog. The campus is located at 1025 Old Farm Road, Thousand Oaks.