Recent News from our Blog

All Conejo Valley Trails and Open Spaces are closed until further notice. The Open Space Challenge is suspended.

We at the Conejo Open Space Foundation are sad to inform you that all trails in the Conejo Valley Open Space are closed until further notice. The text of the press release from the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA) announcing the closure follows. You can also view a PDF version of the press release. Press Release – For Immediate Read more…

A gallery of 2020 COS Challenge photos

These photos were submitted via Twitter and Instagram. Remember to maintain your appropriate social distance from other trail users while enjoying our open space during the coronavirus epidemic. Thanks to Twitter users RachelHKnight, seangreene89, Mirdear1, cmgrowell and Instagram users jesscdy, val_eaton , mirdear75, justbexpix, northsea007, and meg_macias for allowing us to show off their photos here. To learn more about Read more…

Help Keep Our Trails Open!

A message from the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency: Make everyone’s safety a priority 1. Think First of staying home and avoiding others. We are in a health emergency rather than a holiday, and this is about saving lives. 2. Walk Instead. Before planning a hike that requires a car, look for the trails in your neighborhoods and walk to Read more…

The March 13 Where in the Conejo Contest photo was of the bike park in Sapwi Trails Community Park

Congratulations to Steve Bacharach of Thousand Oaks who provided the correct answer and was selected as the winner. Thanks to all who responded! What is now the Sapwi Trails Community Park was originally planned to be a sports park with baseball diamonds and soccer fields. However, the site is part of an ancient landslide and the cost of stabilizing it Read more…

The February 28 Where in the Conejo Contest photo was of the Los Robles East Trail, next to the Lily Tomlin table

Congratulations to Cindy Wagner of Thousand Oaks who provided the correct answer and was selected as the winner. Thanks to all who responded! This section of the Los Robles (East) Trail has the unofficial name of the Lily Tomlin Trail. It gets the name from the character she played, Edith Ann, on the comedy show “Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-in”. The Read more…