- 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.
Featuring a statue that commemorates the life of Hall of Fame baseball player Ralph Kiner, Almansor Park's tennis and basketball courts also make it a suitable athletic destination. The site also contains barbeque pits.
With an indoor race track, K1 Speed has electric go-karts for visitors to race against others with. The interior has a lounge with leather seats, a race car, and a projector screen for visitors to enjoy while waiting between games.
Two pools compose the Hemingway Aquatic Center with both under lifeguard supervision. The first is a kiddie pool with a depth of two and a half feet while the other is a six lane activity pool with depth ranging from three and a half feet to ten feet.
Roughly 17 acres of land compose Barnes Park, which is located in the heart of the city. Features of the park include a basketball gym, picnic pavilion, an Olympic size pool, community center, children's play area, tennis courts, and a softball field with lights.
A popular venue for special occasions such as weddings and anniversary celebrations, Grapevine Arbor features a floral garden and several meeting rooms for public use. Kitchen space and dining facilities are also available.
A short drive from Los Angeles, the City of Monterey Park hosts several annual festivals and celebrations including a Cherry Blossom and Chinese Lantern festival. This small intimate community further offers a museum and several public parks and golf courses.
Situated in the wilderness among native shrubs and trees, Edison Trails Park provides a narrow trail for hiking and mountain biking through the hillside. The park has several picnic areas with barbecue pits.