Planned Hikes in the Conejo Open Space


Scheduled Group Outings in the Conejo Open Space

Outings in the Conejo Open Space are offered by various organizations and hike leaders including (but not limited to) the Conejo Recreation and Park District, the Conejo Group Sierra Club, and the Outdoors Club. None of the outings are offered by the Conejo Open Space Foundation; however, they maintain a calendar of upcoming hikes at Try it out! It's fun!


The Moderate Hikers Hiking Group in Thousand Oaks


Based in Thousand Oaks and established in 2010, The Moderate Hikers group caters to adults who love to hike and want to do anywhere from 2-6 miles at a moderate pace. Join this group if you enjoy planned, as well as impromptu gatherings, at varied times and varied locations, if you enjoy meeting people and making friends, love the outdoors and leaving your cares behind! No cost to join. Learn more at

Rancho Simi Trailblazers


The Rancho Simi Trail Blazers is a volunteer organization of outdoor enthusiasts consisting of bikers, equestrians, hikers, and naturalists. The group is committed to the care and protection of our natural environment for the enjoyment of all.

Regularly scheduled activities include:

  • Tuesday evening beginners' hike
  • Thursday evening hike
  • Saturday morning hike
  • Sunday evening hike
  • Trail maintenance usually every 3rd Saturday of the month
  • Monthly meeting every 3rd Wednesday of the month
  • Monthly newsletter sent to all members, which includes scheduled activities

Visit for more information.

The group invites the public to the following hikes this Fall 2015:

  • Mt McCoy Trail Hike on Tuesdays at 6pm (meet at parking lot on north side of Royal Avenue, eat of Madera Road). 3.75 mile round trip with 600 foot elevation gain. Moderately difficult.
  • Chumash Trail Hike on Thursdays at 6pm (meet at northern ed of Flanagan Drive). 5.2 miles, 1,300 foot elevation gain to the Rocky Peak Fire Road.  Hike considered strenuous.
  • Rocky Peak Trail Hike on Sundays at 5pm (4pm starting 11/1) (meet at northern side of Rocky Peak Interchange with the 118 freeway). 4.8 miles, 1,200 ft elevation gain. Strenuous.

Bring 2 small flashlights, water, clothing for all weather, and solid shoes with good tread.