- 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.
Located in Pasadena, the Eaton Canyon Nature Preserve is a beautiful natural area full of hiking trails, streams, mineral deposits and native wildlife. The Preserve also has a large visitors' center, a film theater, classrooms and an information desk.
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5101 Calle De Ricardo, Torrance, CA 90505 MoreLess Info
Named for its trees, Los Arboles/Rocketship Park features play equipment, a swing set and a three-story rocket ship. The 6.3-acre park, which is handicapped-accessible, offers a sweeping view of the city of Torrance.
Exit Game is an interactive social puzzle where teams of up to 12 will have 1 hour to escape a room. It uses a combination of mechanical, electrical, astronomy, physics and technical elements to create the atmosphere.
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Paseo Del Mar & Flat Rock Point, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 MoreLess Info
A four-mile round trip hike, the Shipwreck Hiking Trail offers scenic views of the shoreline and water. A moderately challenging hike, it culminates at a wrecked Greek freighter that has been in place since 1961.
Located in a residential setting, Cascades Park is situated on nearly two acres of narrow park land commonly used for wedding pictures. The park features a shallow waterfall along with grass fields, trees and benches.
Situated on 14.7 acres, Lago Seco Park features baseball fields, basketball courts and a large grass area suitable for recreational activities. The park also offers a children's playground, picnic tables, paved walking paths and community gardens.
Adjacent to an elementary school and community bike path, Compton Creek Natural Park was created as an environmental learning center. It features a natural habitat to attract birds and other wildlife along with a playground, amphitheater and picnic space.