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Welcome Back

Step outside and explore what you have been missing just a short 45 minutes from Los Angeles and less than 30 minutes from the beaches of Malibu. Conejo Valley is a literal and figurative breath of fresh air where you can catch your breath and recapture your spontaneity. Our open spaces and everything in between are open for business, with new safety protocols in place throughout the region. We welcome you back at your own pace to enjoy all of the fun, yet none of the crowds. Come see another side of Southern California.


Recapture your weekend getaways and discover your home away from home. All 14 lodging properties in Conejo Valley are open and are accepting leisure and non-essential travel reservations. Your wellbeing is our top priority, which is why every property is taking extra precautions to ensure your safety and the safety of their staff.

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See a refreshing side of Southern California – step outside and enjoy the various outdoor activities available in Conejo Valley. From endless miles of hiking trails and cycling opportunities, to horseback riding and golfing, there are so many options to enjoy our open spaces while maintaining social distancing.

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Looking to revisit your favorite restaurants? Then you’re in luck, because Conejo Valley is the perfect getaway for any foodie. With a variety of restaurants, brewpubs and wineries, there are options that will satisfy all types of palates. Our restaurants, breweries and wineries are open, so please reach out to your favorite tasty spot to see their selections for dine-in, take-out and delivery.

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Travel Safely

We’re so excited to welcome you back to Conejo Valley. For more information on what activities and businesses are open, we invite you to visit our frequently asked questions page where you’ll find information on the region, as well as local, state and national resources. We also urge you to contact the business directly before visiting to learn more about the specific precautions they have in place. Be prepared and bring your own face covering, as they’re required in indoor public spaces.

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