Where in the Conejo?

We hope that our “Where in the Conejo” contest inspires open space enthusiasts like you to find new places in our beautiful open space areas that you wouldn’t have otherwise known about.

This contest is open to everybody who is 18 years of age or older. The contest will run every two weeks and we will accept submissions for one week after the biweekly Friday posting. If multiple submissions have the correct answer, we will select one at random to be the winner. Please, only one submission per email address. Winners will be notified by email and receive a $25 gift card!

To make your submission, fill in the form at the bottom of this page.

Where in the Conejo contest for March 27 - You could win $25 if you can you identify the trail in the photo! It’s a moderate 1.1 mile trail through a beautiful riparian woodland with about 520 feet of climbing. From the trailhead, it leads to a major east-west trail in our open space. Because of some leaning limbs like the one shown, bikers need to watch their heads! (Photo credit, Steve Clark.) We hope that our “Where in the Conejo” contest inspires open space enthusiasts like you to… (read more...)

The winner will be selected one week after the posting of this contest. A new contest will start every two weeks. Check back for another chance to win a gift card!

Below are the results of the previous two contests, or view all of them. These posts include more information on the trail or feature; click on the photo or title to view the complete entry.

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)… (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… (read more...)
Where in the Conejo contest for March 13 - Can you identify where the bike park shown in the photo is? Its multi-use area was named for a Chumash village, meaning “house of the deer”. (Photo credit, Steve Clark.) We hope that our “Where in the Conejo” contest inspires… (read more...)

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