Field Hockey Federation - Ventura County


Field Hockey Federation (FHF) is a Southern California organization that has sponsored and organized field hockey clubs and leagues, public and private school field hockey programs, and adult programs to pursue the sport of field hockey. It has long supported US Field Hockey, the USA national organization, with a steady supply of men and women field hockey players for the US Jr. and Senior National Teams. This organization also supports and provides fields and facilities for the California Cup Tournament, one of the largest in the USA which draws international, ranked club teams. It cooperates with other US field hockey organizations to further the sport of field hockey in the USA.

Local area teams are as follows:

Moorpark Coyotes

Ventura Roadrunners (Ventura, Camarillo, Somis)

Thousand Oaks Bulldogs (T.O., Westlake, Newbury Park)

Ventura County Red Devils

FHF has teams for ages U8 and up for youth, adults, males and females!  Youth Field Hockey Spring sign-ups take place in January for the Spring season.

For more information, visit

Laser Tag Westlake


Indoor laser tag is offered at The Stadium, 31293 Via Colinas, Westlake Village. This is a 5,000 sq ft arena with over 30 types of games, live scoring, and multiple weapon types. Ages 5 and up. Opened in the summer of 2015. Airsoft is also offered in the laser tag arena.

More information at or call 818.889.1175.

Freedom Park BMX Raceway in Camarillo


Developed through the generous support of the Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District, Freedom Park BMX Raceway is a bicycle motocross facility offering year-round recreational riding and competitive racing opportunities. Sanctioned by the American Bicycle Association - FP BMX provides a healthy, positive cycling environment for participants of all ages.

Freedom Park, at 528 Freedom Park Drive, Camarillo, is a 30 acre park featuring sports facilities of six soccer fields, three lighted softball fields, RC racetrack, BMX track and inline-hockey rink. Located at the Camarillo Airport, it also has a community center, playground and a 24-table group picnic shelter with barbecue grills.

For more information, visit or call 805.824.7854.


Southern California Lacrosse Association - Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Newbury Park, Simi Valley, Agoura, Calabasas, Oak Park


Southern California Lacrosse Association locally includes teams from Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Newbury Park, Calabasas, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley and Oak Park for boys and girls in grades 3 through 12. Visit for more information.

Individual team websites are as follows:


Westlake Lacrosse Club


Newbury Park Prowlers Lacrosse Club

Agoura Lacrosse


Thousand Oaks Knights Lacrosse

Simi Valley Lacrosse

Oak Park Eagles Lacross

Calabasas Lacrosse

Rancho Simi Community Park in Simi Valley

Rancho Simi Community Park, located at 1765 Royal Avenue, is one of the largest parks in the area at over 33 acres. It has 2 playgrounds, 8 tennis courts, basketball, pool, horseshoe pits, a lagoon with ducks and plenty more. Visit or call 805.584.4400 for more information.

Titan Water Polo Club

Titan Water Polo Club is a year-round youth water polo club that practices at the Rio Mesa High School Community Swimming Pool (545 Central Avenue, Oxnard). Games and scrimages are played in Ventura County. It is a coed club for ages 8 to 14. Summer season begins in May. Visit or call 805.388.1238 for more information.

Conejo Valley Archers Junior Olympic Archery Development Program in Simi Valley

The Conejo Valley Archers Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) program meets every Saturday, rain or shine, at the club's JOAD facility located at 4651 Tapo Canyon Road, Simi Valley. Anyone interested in the sport of archery is invited. Minimum age is 8 years.

You will be given a gate key upon joining and completing your membership seminar. This key is your responsibility and you will be charged $5.00 for lost keys. Do not loan your key to non-members. For the safety and security of the club and its members, always lock the gate at the entrance to the range. The main park gate should be left as you found it when going in or out.

Club Shoots are held on the fourth Sunday of each month, beginning at 7:30 a.m., with a break at 12:00 noon for our monthly general meetings. No shooting is allowed during the general meeting and all members are encouraged to attend.

Visit or call 805.530.1339 for more information.