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Native bumblebee on bladderpod flower

Come Visit COSF’s Family-friendly Native Plantpalooza & Eco Fest October 1!

This free educational event with dozens of eco-related exhibitors will have lots of fun activities for the kids! Hosted by the Conejo Open Space Foundation on Saturday October 1, it will take place in Thousand Oaks at the Lakeside Pavilion area of the Conejo Creek North Park, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The first-time festival’s over 20 exhibitors include Read more…

It’s New Map Monday: Los Robles East – Triunfo Bobcat Loop

Highlights Great view over Westlake Village, especially in the autumn when the trees are changing color A mix of trail types – singletrack trails and dirt roads Description This is moderate hike of about 4.25 miles with about 1000’ of climbing in total. The route starts in Triunfo Community Park, climbing the singletrack Triunfo Canyon Trail to the Los Robles Read more…

Congratulations Maryann Thomas for winning the September ‘Where in the Conejo’ photo contest!

The September 1 Where in the Conejo contest photo was of the Triunfo Canyon Trail. Of the correct entrants, Maryann was selected at random as the winner of a $25 gift certificate. Congratulations and thanks to all who entered the contest! The Triunfo Canyon Trail leads from Triunfo Community Park up to the Los Robles Trail, near the east end. Read more…

It’s New Map Monday: Moonridge Trail, Paradise Falls, Two Springs Trail Loop from Wildflower Playfield Tennis Courts

Highlights This is the prettiest way to get to the very popular 40′ high Paradise Falls Enjoy the beauty and tranquility of Wildwood Canyon away from crowds and dusty parking Easy short 2.9-mile loop along pretty canyon trails Two Springs Trail is closed to mountain bikers and equestrians because of stairs Includes a tunnel that passes underneath Avenida de los Read more…