FIRE DAMAGE: Note that numerous trails and open space areas were severely damaged by the Woolsey and Hill Fires of November 2018 and the Thomas Fire of December 2017. Update 1/11/19: All trails on this list have been reopened as of today, with the exception of Charmlee Wilderness Park, Escondido Canyon Park, Oakbrook Regional Park, Conejo Canyons Bridge, Hawk Canyon Trail, Bark Park Trail in Calabasas.
Looking for a good hike around Ventura County and nearby areas? We've highlighted a number of our favorite hikes in the Do Something section of Conejo Valley Guide.
Reminder: Please refrain from using the trails during rain events and afterwards, until they have dried. Doing otherwise causes damage to the trails.
Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Newbury Park Trails
Lynnmere Trail in Thousand Oaks (south of Wildwood Park)
Oakbrook Regional Park in Thousand Oaks WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE
Conejo Canyons Bridge in the Western Plateau of Thousand Oaks BRIDGE IS CLOSED BUT CONEJO CANYONS IS OPEN 12/7/18)
Trails in Dos Vientos Section of Newbury Park
Malibu Hills and Point Mugu Area Trails
Ray Miller Trail at La Jolla Canyon in Point Mugu State Park
Circle X Ranch Area of Santa Monica Mountains in Malibu WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE
Charmlee Wilderness Park in Malibu WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE
Leo Carrillo State Park in Malibu WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE
Solstice Canyon in Malibu WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE
Escondido Canyon Trail and Waterfalls in Malibu WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE
Rocky Oaks Nature Reserve in the Hills of Malibu WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE
Arroyo Sequit in Malibu Hills (Santa Monica Mountains) WOOLSEY FIRE CLOSURE