YMCA of Southeast Ventura County - 4 Locations

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YMCA of Southeast Ventura County serves the areas of Agoura, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village. General information at www.triunfoymca.org or call 805.497.3081 x104.

Conejo Valley YMCA is located at 4031 North Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks (805.523.7613). Open 7 days a week. Facility has a 25-yard indoor heated pool) activity room, fitness center, gym, outdoor multi-sport court, frisbee golf/horseshoes, hiking and biking trail, babysitting, swim lessons, etc. www.triunfoymca.org/conejo

Yarrow Family YMCA in Westlake Village opened to the public in late April 2019 at 31105 Thousand Oaks Boulevard, at Westlake Village Community Park. This brand new 60,000 sq ft facility features a fitness center, eight lane indoor lap pool, warm water pool, gym, group exercise classes, and more. The Kids’ Zone is massive. Visit www.yarrowymca.org or call 818.707-9622.

Simi Valley YMCA is at 3200 Cochran Street (805.583.5338). Open 7 days a week. 25 yard swimming pool, fitness center, indoor cycling, child care, camps, classes, sports, etc. www.triunfoymca.org/SimiValley

Gold Coast Youth Football League

Gold Coast Youth Football League

The Gold Coast Youth Football League is a tackle league for players ages 6-14 years old in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. Local chapters in Ventura County and adjacent areas include:

More information at www.gcyfl.com.

Newbury Park Steelers Football and Cheer

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Newbury Park Steelers Football and Cheer is for kids ages 6 to 14, including the following age divisions: Gremlin (ages 6-7, 45 lb to 100 lb regular season weight range/limit), Pee Wee (ages 8-9, 45-115 lb weight range), Bantam (ages 10-11, 75-130 lb weight range), Midget (ages 11-12, 95-145 lb range), Junior (12-13, 105-160 lb range) and Senior (age 13-14, 190 lbs maximum). Weight limits increase for playoffs. Weight limits of course do not apply to cheerleading.

The Steelers are a member of the Gold Coast Youth Football League.

For more information, visit www.npsteelers.com. Signups start in the spring for the coming summer/fall season.

Pacific Youth Football League

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The Pacific Youth Football League was established in 1993 to serve youth football players between the ages of 6 and 14 in Ventura, Santa Barbara and Northern Los Angeles Counties. The league strives to give these youth the opportunity to play football and cheer in a controlled environment with an emphasis on safety, technique, sportsmanship and teamwork.

Local teams in the Ventura County and adjacent areas include:

Learn more about the league at www.pacificyouthfootballleague.com.

Camarillo Youth Basketball Association

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The Camarillo Youth Basketball Association consists of a recreational league of boys in grades 3 to 8 and a high school league

There is also a girls “junior” league for grades 3 to 5 and “senior” league for grades 6 to 8. There is also a competitive year-round "travel" program. 

More information at www.cybaonline.org or 805.482.6680.

i9 Youth Sports in Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks and Woodland Hills

i9 Sports runs recreational teams for youth (ages 3-14) soccer, cheerleading, basketball, T-ball and flag football league that covers Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and Woodland Hills. i9 is committed to safety, organization and sportsmanship with the highest degree of customer service and professionalism. Here is information from the i9 website at www.i9sports.com:

i9 Sports Flag Football is non-contact continuous action, using minimal equipment. The games emphasize basic football skills of passing, catching, defending, and running. In i9 Flag, participants also learn about formations, pass patterns, and different types of defense.

This five-on-five game is designed by the NFL for youth players. The offensive team plays for a first down at midfield and a touchdown in the end zone. Running and passing plays are allowed, although there are no-running zones at midfield and near each goal line. The defensive team covers receivers, rushes the passer, and grabs flags to make stops.

I9 SPORTS FLAG FOOTBALL IS NON-CONTACT; BLOCKING AND TACKLING IS NOT ALLOWED. This league is great for beginners to experienced players! Signups for the fall season are going on now and the season starts Sept 24th . Format is 6 vs 6 or 5 vs 5 and everyone plays (generally 8 to 10 players per team). Ages range from 3-14. Players assigned to teams based on age. No drafts/tryouts!

Visit the local i9Sports website by www.i9sports.com or call 805.719-1166 for more information.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley

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The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley is a non-profit organization that provides time-tested programs offering leadership training, character development, fine arts, academic support, technology, health and fitness.

Clubs feature Learning Centers, Games Rooms, Computer Technology Centers, Fine Arts Rooms, Multi-Purpose Rooms, and Character and Leadership Centers. For grades 5 through 8.  Visit www.bgcconejo.org for more information. Also spring/summer camps for grades 1 to 12.

Local Clubs:

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley offers a variety of indoor spaces for rent for family events, fundraisers and meetings at the Sequoia, Colina and Los Cerritos clubs listed above. Contact individual clubs for more information about facility rentals.

Open Gym at Conejo Recreation & Park District Facilities

The Conejo Recreation & Park District has several facilities offering not only paid programs and classes but free access to indoor gymnasium facilities during designated hours.

The Thousand Oaks Community Center offers free "open gym" times throughout the month, with access to indoor basketball, volleyball, badminton and pickleball.  Located at 2525 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. For open gym times, visit crpd.org/facilities/1koaks.asp or call 805.381.2793.

The Borchard Community Center at 190 Reino Road, Newbury Park also offers free "open gym" access during designated time frames. Vist crpd.org/facilities/borchard.asp or call 805.381.2791.

The Dos Vientos Community Center at 4801 Borchard Road, Newbury Park also offers free open gym access during designated time frames. They indicate that open basketball times are for those 16 years and older to play basketball; no team practices are allowed during open gym times. Open badminton is also offered on some nights. Visit crpd.org/facilities/dos_vientos_center.asp or call 805.375.1003.

The Thousand Oaks Teen Center at 1375 East Janss Road, Thousand Oaks offers free drop-in recreation to any local teen (grades 7 to 12) during daily operational hours, including game room, gym and computer lab. Visit crpd.org/programs/teen/default.asp or www.thousandoaksteencenter.com or call 805.494.5156.