From a leisurely hike to Paradise Falls to a foodie-centric tour to a day at a nearby beach, we have everything you need to plan your perfect vacation. Meet friends for a day at The Lakes for a retail respite. Bike to a lakeside picnic. Travel through time at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Paramount Ranch. Or sample the area’s craft beer and wine scene.
The Amgen Tour of California is a Tour de France-style cycling road race created and presented by AEG that challenges the world’s top professional cycling teams to compete along a demanding course that traverses hundreds of miles of California’s iconic highways, byways and coastlines each spring. The teams chosen to participate have included Olympic medalists, Tour de France contenders and World Champions.
Conejo Valley Days entertains about 26,000 visitors each year over four days. With carnival rides, live entertainment, local vendors, arts & crafts, games, food and wonderful community involvement; it is truly a long-standing celebration perfect for the whole family.
The Great Race was voted as Best Half Marathon in the U.S. in by active.com. The Great Race was voted as Best Running Event in L.A. numerous years, the Don’t Miss Event in L.A., Best Race Swag by Competitor Magazine, a Top 10K by Runner’s World and the Best Post Race Party in L.A.. Sign up and you’ll experience why The Great Race is truly GREAT. The Great Race is more than just a morning run. Maybe it’s the outstanding courses or the exceptional organization or maybe it’s the quality swag or the stuffed reusable goodie bag or maybe the plentiful variety of food and refreshments or maybe the professional computerized timing and live results or the crowd cheering you on at the finish or the camaraderie of a community event. Different reasons for different people. Come on out and decide for yourself!
Mud Crazy is a challenging family fun event with 5K runs, we are in the 6th year. Also, there is a fun expo, live music, many local vendors & gourmet food trucks and more!
There are over 30 obstacles including climbing walls, spider webs, tunnels, balance beams and the monster mud pit! The courses are designed to test your all around strength, stamina, mental grit and camaraderie. With the most innovative courses! These challenging mud runs are good for beginners to pro athletes
oin over 1,000 local food and wine enthusiasts for an all inclusive evening of exceptional food, wine and spirit tastings paired with music and entertainment. With over 100 local vendors, there is something to please everyone’s taste buds and chance to explore a variety of offerings available right in your backyard.
Annual Chili cook off and Classic car show. Family fun activities as well as music, food and beverages. Sanctioned by the International Chili Society.
Aside from all the amazing food, beer and wine that OakHeart has to offer, what really makes this event unique is the 21 and over full spirits bar area provided by Red Bull Energy Drink. Known as the “Bull Pen” This 21 and over area will feature a relaxed social environment equipped with games and activities such as Corn Hole, Ladder Ball and Beer Pong.
With a picturesque setting, Conejo Creek Park south (also home to the Thousand Oaks Chili Cook Off and Conejo Valley Days) provides guests with plenty of parking, easy access to and from the 23fwy and is located just a few miles north of the 101 & 23fwy interchange.
The Reyes Adobe Historical Site is an interpretive center featuring an early 1800s adobe rancho built by the Reyes family whose legacy dates back to the Portola expedition. The site has tours and educational programs to view the home and barn. Every year in October the city hosts an annual Reyes Adobe Days festival showcasing the historical site with culture entertainment in addition to other citywide events.
This festival of Nordic cultures features music, dancing, cooking and craft demonstrations, lectures, vendors and activities for young and old. For one weekend in April, writes the Ventura County Star, “California Lutheran University is transformed into a Scandinavian wonderland.”
For kids, the festival includes a Children’s Theater, performances by community children’s groups, and a puppet show of the Hans Christian Andersen stories. Each child can pick up a Children’s Passport, visit each Scandinavian country’s craft booth where the passport will be stamped, and receive a reward for visiting each country. A special treat, for young and old, is creating a decorated head wreath.
Festivalgoers can visit an authentic Viking Village, as well as a Saami sliddastallan, or community gathering. They can try their hand at Dala horse croquet and play an ancient Viking game called kubb. Scandinavian food is always a highlight of the Festival. Lefse, aebelskivers and other Scandinavian favorites are available in the food court.
One of Conejo Valley’s most popular outdoor theatrical events is the annual Kingsmen Shakespeare Company’s productions during the summer in Kingsmen Park at California Lutheran University.
Kingsmen Shakespeare Company is the professional theater company of Cal Lutheran. In addition to the summer Shakespeare Festival shows, the nonprofit organization coordinates apprentice programs for professional and aspiring Shakespearean actors, a spring educational tour program in local elementary schools, and summer theater camps for youth.