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This place has something for everyone. I love taking early morning hikes through the many trails in Wildwood. You can hike up to the Teepee or all the way to the waterfall. I love taking a picnic lunch back in the groves too. Young and...More
This is an excellent park with an athletic activity focus on hiking, trail running and mountain biking. There are several nice oak groves to have a nice family picnic too.
There are several trails that lead up to the main Mesa area. The Wildwood Mesa...More
The park really isn't that big but it is certainly big enough to do some decent walking here.
The weekends can be really busy, especially when it warms up. This park can gobble up a lot of people but sometimes it's a bit of a...More
Wildwood has a variety of trails. Being from Florida and visiting family in TO, we enjoyed the Paradise Falls loop one day. Another day we started from the parking lot near the main road and took off to the right up the hill for a...More
There are numerous hiking trails, of varying degrees of difficulty. The park is most enjoyable on week days and in early morning or before dusk. It can get very crowded on weekends and especially holidays, when parking can be a problem. In the winter and...More
Wildwood is a surprising wilderness area in the middle of Thousand Oaks. There are numerous trails for every level of difficulty. I've hiked here for years and have seen deer, rabbits, coyotes, roadrunners, hawks and even a few rattlesnakes. The park is beautiful in the...More
Well maintained trails, diverse micro-climbs, from desert to shady oaks with running water all year. It features Chumash pictographs, a 50' waterfall, great vistas, and lots of wildlife.
Mountain, try Stagecoach for the advanced, Lizard Rock, The creek and Santa Rosa for Intermediate or just...More