- TripBuzz found 268 things to do with kids in or near Simi Valley, California, including 244 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Malibu, Valencia, Camarillo and Moorpark.
- From Lazertag Extreme to Islands Surf Camp, the Simi Valley area offers 121 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Hiking Trails, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- Located in California's Ventura County, Simi Valley is a thriving business, residential, wildlife and tourist community. Home to the historical Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, the city offers a diverse culture that mixes history, arts and nature, offering something to everyone who visits. The areas Simi Hills and its local parks are home to many species of wildlife, making it a popular hiking and bird-watching locale.
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7075 Campus Road, Moorpark, CA 93021 MoreLess Info
While visiting America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College, guests will be entranced by close-up interactions with a wide range of animals, their habits and their behaviors. This facility is home to more than 150 animals and offers many wildlife shows and educational experiences.
Surrounded with scenic beauty, the Tierra Rejada Golf Club features an 18-hole golf course as well as a grass practice range. This facility also boasts several amenities, including a fully-stocked pro shop and a clubhouse with a restaurant.
Moorpark Dog Park was created specifically for four-legged friends. The dog park is less than one acre, but includes shade trees, play structures, and two fenced areas in order to separate small and large dogs.
The Fieldstone Riding Club is an equestrian facility offering a number of amenities for horses and their owners. Riding lessons, horse training, and summer camps are among the services offered at the facility.
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3370 Sunset Valley Road, Moorpark, CA 93021 MoreLess Info
At Underwood Family Farms - Moorpark, guests can pick their own fruits and vegetables on a fully-operational working farm. The facility also has a farmers market with field-fresh produce, jarred products, snacks and ice-cold beverages.
The Chumash Indian Museum displays the long history of the Chumash Indian tribe. Visitors can see several exhibits and hear stories about of the Chumash, as well as hike a long trail that leads through a recreated tribal village.
Situated on 10 acres, Peach Hill Park offers visitors an outdoor space for picnics, sports, and other recreational activities. The park has amenities like a picnic pavilion, 7 playgrounds, and a variety of sports courts.
Showcasing musicals and other performing arts, High Street Arts Center features productions with local actors and musicians. The center provides performing arts education that includes classes teaching singing and acting.