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Conejo Open Space Challenge 2017

Visit Conejo and join the Conejo Open Space Challenge 2017

Calling all outdoor enthusiasts! The Conejo Valley is an ideal destination to visit this spring if you’re looking to reconnect with nature and get outside to enjoy some hiking, cycling, horseback riding or running.

You may not have guessed it, but the Conejo Valley is home to abundant outdoor space, including dozens of trails perfect for outdoor recreation. Picturesque trails and sunny skies are a wonderful way for visitors to catch their breath in the great outdoors and take in the natural beauty of Conejo.

Out on the trails, you can take a leisurely, quiet horseback ride while taking in the surrounding views. You can hike through hills and find your way to see waterfalls. Or, you can take it up a notch with a brisk trail run or a speedy mountain bike excursion, finding inspiration in the beauty around you.

To celebrate Conejo’s great outdoors, now through May 31, you can join in some extra fun on your trip with the Conejo Open Space Challenge 2017. This special fundraiser (put on by the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency) encourages locals and visitors alike to experience the local trails – and hopefully to gain an appreciation of why it’s so important to protect and preserve them.

The challenge is to check out the 10 best and most beautiful multi-use trails around Conejo (or as many of them as you can). Explore them any way you want – on foot, bike or horseback. To show that you’re participating, snap a few photos while you’re out in the open and tweet, Instagram or email them. You’ll then be entered into a raffle for some great prizes!

The Conejo Open Space Challenge is a unique opportunity to make a difference while exploring a new destination. In addition to visiting the trails, you can donate to the Conejo Open Space Foundation. For all the details and a complete list of trails that qualify for the Conejo Open Space Challenge 2017 with links to maps of each, click here.

So, are you up for the challenge? There’s still plenty of time to plan your trip to the Conejo Valley before May 31st. Let’s get going!

Reasons to go to OakHeart Country Music Festival this Year

Country music lovers of Southern California can rejoice: the OakHeart Country Music Festival is returning to Thousand Oaks on Saturday, June 3rd from 1:00 pm to 10:00 pm. The sixth annual music festival follows last year’s sold out event, and a roster of exceptional country music artists combined with a wide range of amenities for attendees guarantee that this year’s gathering will be equally thrilling and a must-see.

Headlined by Grammy- and CMA-nominated recording artist Josh Turner, this year’s festival boasts an impressive line-up of performers. Among those scheduled to appear are Grammy nominee David Nail, up-and-coming singer-songwriter Drake White, Southern California’s own Morgan Leigh Band, country-rock cover band Highway Starr and more. In between sets, festival attendees can enjoy snacking on fare offered by local food truck vendors and relax with a cold drink in the bar area. Dance floors with all-day line dancing as well as a fun kids’ area will round out the festival’s featured activities.

While planning your trip to attend the OakHeart Country Music Festival, take advantage of the opportunity to explore more of the exciting activities and entertaining attractions offered throughout the Conejo Valley. Explore the beautiful scenery and majestic vistas of the area by taking a hike up Newbury Park’s 1,530-foot Angel Vista Peak and reveling in breathtaking views of the entire valley. Outdoor enthusiasts can further enjoy the Conejo Valley’s stunning environment by going on a horseback tour of one of Conejo Valley’s many trails. Prefer to appreciate the outdoors with slightly less physical exertion involved? Stop by the Conejo Valley Botanic Gardens in Thousand Oaks to take a leisurely stroll through one of fifteen flowering hillside gardens.

Of course, spending all day outdoors at a country music festival might put you in the mood for just relaxing, wining and dining. If so, explore one of the Conejo Valley’s many award-winning breweries or wineries for tastings and tours, or indulge in a wonderful meal as you take advantage of the valley’s booming culinary scene.

Whatever your interests are, seize the opportunity as you plan for a thrilling day of country music at the OakHeart Country Music Festival and explore more of what the beautiful Conejo Valley has to offer.

Purchase your OakHeart Tickets Here

Need more Reasons to Go? Watch these 7 Reasons to Experience OakHeart Country Music Festival in Conejo Valley


Conejo Valley: The Gateway to Wine Country

Definitely not your typical, crowded wine tasting experience, the Conejo Valley wineries will thrill your palate and deliver a tasting adventure yet-to-be-experienced by many! With a welcoming wine trail all its own, check out why Conejo Valley’s wineglass is way more than half full, from Thousand Oaks down to Malibu and everywhere in between.

Start to sip your way through the Conejo Valley Wine trail at NABU Wines. This Conejo Valley gem produces wine with grapes from the local Santa Monica Mountains. Among our favorite varietals are Chardonnay and Syrah from Malibu, but dozens of other choices await.

Next, check out the recently expanded Sunland Vintage tasting room in Thousand Oaks, where Michael and Debby Giovinazzo welcome you to experience wines unique to their family label. What sets Sunland Vintage apart from others? They produce varietals of Old Italy, such as Nebbiolo, Montepulciano and Dolcetto, along with special proprietary blends including Tre Ragazzi, Delicate Princes and The Goddess.

While you’re at Sunland Vintage, enjoy a glass or two from Alma Sol Winery, a family-owned and operated micro-boutique winery that shares a tasting room with Sunland. Bringing together two vital elements needed to craft extraordinary wines –“soul” and “sun”– the winemakers embrace hands-on, artisan winemaking to produce primarily Bourdeaux blends. Alma Sol handpicks their grapes in small lots, respecting the fruit and guiding its natural potential.

Continue your winery exploration with a visit to the newest wine trail stop, DeLiese Cellars. The friendly husband-and-wife winemaking team will happily pour you a few sips of their famous Neveah Cabernet Sauvignon from Malibu (Neveah is “heaven” spelled backwards) or if you prefer white, try their Allure Chardonnay.

Round out your tasting trip with a stop at Aldabella Winery. This tasting room carefully selects wines from local growers, and is a warm and welcoming spot to relax and enjoy a few small bites with friends after a day on the trail.

Looking for more? Drive the canyon and check out the tasting rooms of Malibu (only 10 minutes up the road from Conejo Valley), and experience Cielo Wineyard, SIP Malibu Grapes, and Malibu Rocky Oaks Estates. To make it a real adventure, check out Malibu Wine Safaris, where you can meet a few exotic, four-legged friends out on the wine trail!

Pick up a wine trail map (available at all wineries) and discover the beauty and character of the Conejo Valley wine trail – “The Gateway to Wine Country.”

Adorable Animals Await at Malibu Wine Safari

It’s a wonderful time of year to escape to Conejo Valley. The weather is warming up, the crowds are mellow, and there’s never a bad time to relax and catch your breath. Make Conejo Valley your home-away-from-home for a few days while you hike, golf, swim, shop, eat…and meet some four-legged friends at Malibu Wine Safari!

One of the coolest (and cutest!) experiences Conejo Valley has to offer is the much-buzzed about Malibu Wine Safari. This is a totally new way to discover the beautiful wines of the Santa Monica Mountains while mingling with exotic animals (who just happen to be retired movie stars). These cuddly celebrities – including zebras, alpacas, camels and bison – are now relaxing at Saddlerock Ranch and Vineyard, home to Malibu Family Wines, after a busy career in the spotlight.

Just 30 minutes outside of Los Angeles, adventure awaits with Malibu Wine Safaris. Guests are in for a fun, memorable experience as open-air safari vehicles transport them across the expansive, picturesque 1,000-acre Saddlerock Ranch and Vineyard.

The tour includes scenic stops where groups will get to take in stunning vista views while sampling some of Malibu’s best boutique wines, all from locally sourced grapes. Come ready to sip, savor and learn about the local, casual wine-making culture that creates unique yet palette-friendly blends – always better when enjoyed with new friends.

The best part? Each stop on the safari includes a chance to feed, pet and snap photos of some of the cutest animals you’ll ever meet (not cuter than your dog, of course!). They love a good carrot, and go nuts for bananas. And remember, these are former movie celebrities, so they are not camera shy and always hit the perfect pose.

Dress casually and be ready for a little rugged walking – you’re on a safari, after all! Leave flips flops and heels at home, and hey, if a little wine or dirt gets on your shirt, that’s OK. No one will judge you in Conejo Valley.

When you think of this adventure, think: the kind of fun you had as a kid at the zoo with all of the perks of being an adult!

After the excursion, head back into town to relax and have dinner. There are several great restaurants and brewpubs to choose from as you update Instagram with your favorite animal pic of the day. With wine and cute mammals in the mix, there’s sure to be something shareworthy.

So grab a friend, decide where to stay and start planning your trip to Conejo Valley today – the exotic animals are waiting to meet you!

A Valentine’s Day To Remember

Believe it or not, Conejo Valley is chock-full of things to do for Valentine’s Day. The area is host to so many unique Valentine’s Day experiences, from the hotels, activities and restaurants, to make your sweetheart fall in love all over again! Gone are the times of chocolates and flowers, it’s all about the experiences you share. We’ve put together somewhat of a “cootie-catcher” to help you make your decision, and if you need more help, a description of each Valentine’s Day idea is laid out below!

Guests can spend the day exploring the hundreds of miles of open space in Conejo Valley or shop at The Oaks Mall or Janss Marketplace located just a short walk away. This one is in the heart of the action, making for the perfect vacation.

Palm Garden Hotel
The Palm Garden delivers an exceptional level of personalized service and attention to each guest. Every morning, guests wake to a full complimentary breakfast, considered the best in Thousand Oaks. Resort-style amenities include a heated outdoor pool with cabanas, a putting green and life-sized chessboard for the kids at heart.

Sheraton Agoura Hills Hotel
The Sheraton Agoura Hills Hotel features on-site amenities to create a memorable and relaxing stay. Enjoy a swim in our outdoor heated pool, unwind in our state-of-the-art fitness center, or enjoy a cocktail by our Liquid Lounge outdoor fire pit.

Hampton Inn & Suites Agoura Hills
Relax and unwind in one of the spacious guest rooms or studio suites. Select a room with a king or two queen size beds or a studio suite to enjoy a separate seating area with a sofa bed, wet bar or even an in-room whirlpool.

Hyatt Regency Westlake
This Mediterranean-style hotel boasts an outdoor pool and hot tub. This is the option for sweethearts who could use a little R&R for Valentine’s Day. Sit back and relax around the outdoor fire pits with your own s’mores kit and a glass of vino.


Wine Tasting
Definitely not your typical winery experience, the Conejo Valley wineries will thrill your palate and take you on an adventure yet-to-be-discovered by many! With an exciting wine trail all its own, check out why Conejo Valley’s wineglass is way more than half full, from Thousand Oaks down to Malibu and everywhere in between.

Conejo Valley has numerous trails. Some lead you to waterfalls and even spectacular ocean views, like Mugu Peak. Use our online tool to plan your next hike. You can customize everything from location and difficulty to distance and elevation.

Electric Bike Ride
Conejo Valley is even a great place to be if you find yourself craving a bike ride but don’t want to bring your bike on vacation. There are so many rental options that you won’t have any problem finding some wheels to take out for a spin. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, you could even take an electric bike tour with Pedego 101.

Catch a Show
The Civic Arts Plaza always gives us a reason to get out and see a show. Whether it’s a community event or a big name star, we know we’ll be entertained at the Civic Arts Plaza!

Round of Golf
Golf is a great way to spend a day outside with your loved one. A little exercise and friendly competition is always a good idea. Enjoy a day on the course, practice your putting, take golf lessons or spend leisure time on the driving range at one of the Conejo Valley’s Thousand Oaks or Agoura Hills courses.


Bistro 101 Jazz & Blues Lounge
Sip cocktails and dine on contemporary dishes while you listen to the jazzy sounds of local bands. This is where you want to be for a more intimate night out with your special someone.

Sabor Cocina Mexicana
Organic, farm fresh ingredients in rich authentic Mexican cuisine await at Sabor Cocina Mexicana restaurant—along with plentiful house margaritas and more. This is one of our favorite places to come back to time and time again.

Moqueca Brazilian Cuisine
Try something different at Moqueca Brazilian Cuisine in Thousand Oaks, known for its signature dish Moqueca Capixaba, prepared in a clay pot.

Hugo’s Restaurant
Come taste Hugo’s whole-food “stealthy healthy” meals. You’ll wonder how such simple ingredients can taste so good, feel so good – and be so good for you. They are constantly trying to dazzle your palate while preparing our dishes in the healthiest ways possible.

Q Sushi
Q Sushi offers an upscale dining experience in an unparalleled setting. Chefs at Q have created a modern Japanese menu meant to be enjoyed Izakaya style, while only using the highest quality fish and ingredients with an emphasis on seasonal items.

Whatever you choose to do for Valentine’s Day, we hope you have a sweet time! Click around our website to plan your perfect getaway to Conejo Valley today.

Remembering President Reagan

President Ronald Reagan was a man of many accomplishments throughout his lifetime; from the silver screen to the world stage, he lived his life to the fullest. Everyone knows he was the 40th President of the United States, most people know he was actor, but we’ve got a few fun facts that you may not now about the former president.

  1. After Reagan graduated from college in 1932, he moved to Des Moines, Iowa, where he became a radio announcer and sports broadcaster at Station WHO. In 1937 he went to California to report on the Chicago Cubs spring training season. While he was there, he took a screen test for Warner Brothers. The studio offered him a contract, and Reagan’s acting career officially began.
  1. In 1937, President Reagan signed a seven-year contract with the movie studio Warner Bros. Over the next three decades, he appeared in more than 50 films. Among his best-known roles was that of Notre Dame football star George Gipp in the 1940 biopic Knute Rockne, All American. Another notable role was in the 1942 film Kings Row, in which Reagan portrays an accident victim who wakes up to discover his legs have been amputated.


  1. From 1947 to 1952, Reagan served as president of the Screen Actors Guild. During this time, he met actress Nancy Davis, who had sought his help after she was mistakenly listed as a possible communist sympathizer on the Hollywood blacklist.
  1. On July 7, 1981, President Ronald Reagan appointed an Arizona judge, Sandra Day O’Connor, to the Supreme Court. She was confirmed two months later, becoming the first woman to serve on the nation’s highest court.


  1. Three and a half tons of red, white, and blue Jelly Belly jelly beans were shipped to Washington, DC for the 1981 Inaugural festivities. Blueberry, one of Jelly Belly brand’s most popular flavors, was developed in 1980. Its blue color completed the other flag colored Jelly Belly jelly beans, the red (Very Cherry) and white (Coconut).

Visit the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library to find out even more incredible details about the life of Ronald Reagan. Plan your trip to Conejo Valley today!

Taste Something New This January

New year, new you, right? Good news is we are kicking off 2017 with Restaurant Month and are giving you a list of delicious, different and even daunting dishes to expand your tastebuds and push your culinary limits. We’ve worked with the chefs of four local restaurants to highlight some dishes for those seeking something healthy, ethnic, comforting or wild. Check out the options below and let us know which one you’re most excited to taste!

Treehouse Tavern & Grill
29008 Agoura Rd. Agoura Hills, CA 91301
(818) 865-3700


We’re starting this list off with some classic Tennessee Style Hot Wings. Treehouse Tavern & Grill is one of the newest local hot spots, and they aim to breath new life into one of Agoura Hills’ most historic locations by bringing live music and delicious food to the people of Conejo Valley.

These hot wings may look simple, but they pack a tasty punch. Serve ’em up with ranch and hot wing sauce, and you’ve got yourself a plate of chicken you can’t resist.


Ingredients: Rub for chicken (cayenne, chili powder, garlic, brown sugar, paprika), flour, salt, pepper, hot wings sauce (tobacco, garlic, butter, chili powder, cayenne), buttermilk


  • Lightly blanch full chicken wings
  • Soak chicken in buttermilk
  • Toss in flour mix before frying (makes them extra crispy)
  • Add spice mix on top
  • Plate with cucumber & carrot rosette
  • Serve with ranch and hot wing sauce

322 W. Hillcrest Dr. (lower level, The Oaks Mall). Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
(805) 418-5118


DeLiteFul makes it easy to stick to your New Year’s resolutions with mindfully created menus. Every ingredient, from the salt on the tables to the liquid in your glass and the food on your plate, is cultivated in a sustainable and kind way. DeLiteFul boasts no added sugar, no artificial ingredients and no chemical additives. How’s that for wellness?

The dish that’s one of our faves is the Spaghetti Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles. It’s hearty and filling without all the bad stuff that will ruin your New Year’s resolutions.

Ingredients: Ground chicken, spices (black pepper, cumin, cinnamon, paprika), zucchini noodles


  • Brown ground chicken in pan
  • Add spices & let simmer
  • Spiralize zucchini to create noodles
  • Sauté briefly in another pan with olive oil, garlic, salt, pepper
  • Serve chicken over noodles & add shaved parmesan on top

720 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Thousand Oaks, CA 93160
(805) 409-1041


Himalaya in Thousand Oaks is genuinely one of those hidden gems that you would never know is there unless a friend recommended it to you. And we are recommending it to you! The Nepalese dishes served here are are made with traditional recipes and ingredients, and will have you feeling like you just took a trip around the world just for dinner.

Ingredients: White basmati rice, zucchini, bell peppers (red, green, yellow), carrots, onions, tomatoes, cauliflower, chicken, mango chutney, naan, lentils (yellow and orange), Curry sauce (cumin, chili, coriander, garlic, ginger, turmeric powder, salt, mixed veggie spice)


  • Dish #1:
    • Peel all veggies & remove seeds (on bell peppers)
    • Chop veggies
    • Create curry sauce (mix spices, water, oil) and mix with veggies
    • Mix together in a pan with oil
    • Add water & let cook for about 30 min
  • Dish #2:
    • Add oil, yellow & orange lentils, cumin, coriander, turmeric powder, 1 red chili, red tomato, to pan with oil, garlic & ginger paste
    • Add water
    • Cook for 45 min
  • Dish #3:
    • Using dark meat, cut chicken into small pieces
    • Use whole cumin, coriander, chili, garlic and ginger paste with onion & tomato for curry
    • Add turmeric powder, vegetable spice, cumin, coriander, salt, water
    • Add green onion, cilantro
    • Cook for 1 hour on stove
  • Rice:
    • Use white basmati rice
    • Cook on stove using water, salt, oil
  • Naan:
    • Made with all purpose flour, yogurt, salt, sugar, milk, oil, water, baking powder
    • Mix milk, yogurt together with sugar and salt, baking powder
    • Add oil, water
    • Whisk all ingredients together
    • Knead by hand (add little bit of oil if too sticky)
    • Cool for 2-3 hours
    • Flatten by hand
    • Bake in Tandoori oven for 30-45 sec.

Twisted Oak Tavern
30105 Agoura Rd. Agoura Hills, CA 91301
(818) 735-0091


Okay, we know this one might be a little scary, but the Hogzilla dish at Twisted Oak Tavern is seriously delicious! Twisted Oak brings a modern take on the traditional tavern along with a brewery producing their very own craft beers on site. This is the cool place you’d go to grab a beer with your buddies and maybe dine on a whole roasted pigs head. That’s a normal Friday night, right?

Ingredients: Roasted pig’s head, bibb lettuce, pickled vegetables, grilled lemons, cold vermicelli (rice noodles), house spicy hoisin sauce, brine (garlic, thyme, fennel, peppercorn, cinnamon, salt, sugar)


  • Brine pig’s head (24-48 hours)
  • Remove from brine and place on baking sheet. Cover with hoisin sauce and roast in oven.
  • Grill flatbread and prep with spread
  • Plate
  • Enjoy!

How to Keep This Year’s New Year Resolution

New Years Resolutions. They’re easy to make and, unfortunately, just as easy to break. No matter how determined we are to keep them, somehow, by the end of January, our resolve seems to weaken and, before we know it, those well-intentioned goals become a distant memory.

We have the perfect remedy: we’ve compiled a list of simple and fun things you can do in the Conejo Valley to make those resolutions easier to keep than ever before.

New Year’s Resolution #1: Get in shape
Hiking is one of the best ways to shed some pounds and tone your body. Conejo Valley has numerous trails. Some lead you to waterfalls and even spectacular ocean views, like Mugu Peak, shown above. Use our online tool to plan your next hike. You can customize everything from location and difficulty to distance and elevation. Sure beats going to the gym!

New Year’s Resolution #2: Learn a new skill
Maybe your new year’s resolution is to expand your horizons by challenging yourself to learn a new skill. Whether it’s to become a sommelier, golfer or dancer, you can start your quest in Conejo Valley.

Head to Giessinger Winery in Westlake Village to learn the art of French winemaking. Some of the wines there are produced from 60-year old dry farming vines in Monterey. The tasting room is open daily from 2 – 7pm.

Learn to golf at a public course in the Conejo Valley. Los Robles Greens Golf Course in Thousand Oaks offers instructional programs for players of all skill levels.

Have you always wanted to be a dancer? Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks offers video dance lessons you can take from the privacy of your own home. Once you’re a pro you can impress (and surprise!) all your friends at the next shindig.

New Year’s Resolution #3: Travel more
Traveling doesn’t always have to be expensive. In fact, you can explore new sites that are just a short car ride away. The Getty Villa in Malibu or the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley make great day trips.

You could also travel back in time by visiting the Chumash Indian Museum in Thousand Oaks or the Stagecoach Inn Museum in Newbury Park.

There are lots of easy and fun ways to keep your new year’s resolutions in Conejo Valley. You can even book a stay and see all of the sites in one weekend if you are ambitious! If you’re looking to keep the commitment alive until 2018 explore for even more ideas, inspiration and motivation.

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What a Year 2016 Has Been!

As the year comes to a close, we wanted to take a minute to reflect on what 2016 has brought us; and what a year it has been! From big NFL moves and Hollywood hit shows, to fluffy wild kittens and virtual pocket monsters, Conejo Valley has been home to a slew of fun and new happenings this past year. Take some time with us to remember the big ones!

Filming of WestWorld at Paramount Ranch
You may have heard of a little show called WestWorld on HBO? Well, some of the scenes from the show are filmed right here in Conejo Valley! The center of the maze is right there for you to check out any time you feel like strolling through. Paramount Ranch is open to hikers or anyone who wants to take a look, and you may even stumble on a show or movie being filmed. Click here to compare WestWorld scenes to real life spots at Paramount Ranch.

Amgen Tour of California
Thousand Oaks was host to Stage 3 of the Amgen Tour of California in May, and what a rush it was to see the athletes racing through! This was the fifth time the 800-mile tour returned to Thousand Oaks. The riders rolled on from Conejo Valley to Santa Barbara on arguably one of the most scenic stages (though we may be a little biased).

Oakheart Country Music Festival
We love country music, and that’s why we are so happy to have to Oakheart Country Music Festival return year after year. Since 2012, the music festival has been bringing big names like Rodney Atkins, Chase Bryant and Josh Thompson to Conejo Valley.

Pokémon GO Explosion
If you missed the Pokémon GO boom mid-year, then you missed out on one of the biggest happenings of 2016! We definitely got into the 90’s pocket monster resurgence and were walking our ways around Conejo Valley to find some rare – and not-so-rare – Pokémon at our favorite local places. What was the coolest one you caught around town?

Baby Mountain Lions Arrive
Brand new baby mountain lions were born this year in the Santa Monica National Recreation Area. What more is there to say? Baby. Mountain. Lions!

LA Rams Training Facility
The Rams made the big move from St. Louis to Los Angeles, and now we get to hang out with the guys every day! Okay, not really; but they did move their training facility to Cal Lutheran University and their headquarters to Agoura Hills. Pretty cool, right?!

PGA Tour Champions
We finished out the year by watching the pros show us what they’ve got at the PGA Tour Champions Tour at Sherwood Country Club. John Daly didn’t throw any clubs at this one, but it was still a great three days full of nail biting excitement, with with Tom Pernice Jr. ultimately taking home the trophy!

If 2016 wasn’t your year, don’t worry about it. You have all of 2017 to make it a good one with us in Conejo Valley! Use our online tools to plan an adventure unlike any other. Find the best bars, restaurants, trails, sights and more by clicking here.

Did You Know WestWorld Was Filmed in Conejo Valley?

You may not be able to travel to HBO’s WestWorld, but you can see the center of the maze in real life right here in Conejo Valley.

SPOILER ALERT! For years, Paramount Ranch has been a movie set for well-known productions. This area has been the filming location for the television shows Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and Hulu’s Quickdraw as well as the movies Caught in the Draft (Bob Hope) and The Lake House (Sandra Bullock). Most recently it has served as the Wild West where Maeve struts her stuff and plots her revenge, as well as the center of the maze where Dolores seeks to find the truth.

Check out the video below to see the most famous scenes from HBO’s WestWorld shot at Paramount Ranch and keep your eye out for our scenic “movie ranch” during the season finale.

After the series writers tie up some loose ends and open a million more on Sunday, December 4th, come visit Conejo Valley and see the set for yourself and, hey, maybe you’ll even find Arnold here waiting for you.

Located less than 30 minutes from Malibu and 45 minutes from L.A., the Conejo Valley offers all of the fun yet none of the crowding of nearby destinations. Catch some relaxation at a hotel in Conejo.