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About Oak Park, Simi Valley

Oak Park is a 100.5-acre open space regional park (40.7 ha) located at 901 Quisma Drive in Simi Valley, California, near Moorpark and California State Route 118. This county park, maintained by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, is situated in the foothill country surrounded by rolling hills in the extreme west Simi Valley. Oak Park is recognized for its many large oak trees, rolling green hills, canyons, wildlife, and hiking trails through abundance of coastal scrub brush. The facilities offered are a playground, horseshoe pits, volleyball court, basketball court, picnic tables, restrooms, showers, wireless Internet, coin laundry, dump station for RV’s, water fountains, BBQ, fire rings, as well as tent- and RV-camping. There are 135 campsites in 2015 for tents or RV’s and one group tent site area for up to fifty people. There are occasionally summer programs and a convenience store in the camping site area. The park is home to various native flora and also wildlife, which consists of a wide range of Simi Valley native species such as numerous raptors, sagebrush lizards, alligator lizards, roadrunners, hummingbirds, grey foxes, bobcats, raccoons, opossums, skunks, and various snakes, including the Southern Pacific Rattlesnake and California Kingsnake. The park district is in the process of acquiring the 734-acre Alamos Canyon (297 ha) on the other side of West Los Angeles Avenue. A trail connecting Oak Park to the Alamos Canyon would be created and included within a greenbelt between the cities of Simi Valley and Moorpark.

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Address: Simi Valley, CA 93065, USA

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  • We came in very late at night and managed to back into a spot. At 3:30 am when we were just climbing into bed, a train went right by the campground. It felt as if it was going through the camper. The trains are pretty much constant, 24/7. The park ranger was knocking on the door at 8am. The camp host was very nice and actually told us we could move to the upper campground where there was no one. The next day we had a warning from park rangers saying we would get a citation if we didn't move back to the lower lot even though the camp host had cleared it with the rangers. Long story short, the park rangers give the paying customers a hard time while they allow the homeless to roam freely and use the bath houses. I do not recommend this campground.

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  • Overall a nice place to relax, play, walk or camp. Clean and enjoyable place for just about anything you'd go to a park for... Just no ducks!

  • Need little more care on the maintenance. Campground have sewer hookups BUT they are "sealed close" not sure why.... Campground for RV only. 30 Amp power & water. Dump station at extra fee. Bathrooms very old and no showers. $26/night

  • A bit close to train tracks. Not really a place I'd camp at again, but everything else was great!

  • Hidden little dirt camp sites but decent mice spot to eat lunch in the shade.

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