Conejo Valley Botanic Garden | Thousand Oaks | Full Tour

By theFUNnelCakeBlog | Feb 16, 2022
This past weekend, we visited the Conejo Valley Botanic Garden on an unseasonably warm February day. This a free community park in the hills of Thousand Oaks. The beautiful, volunteer-maintained garden offers meandering trails, incredible views, and a sense of tranquility in the middle of the bustling Los Angeles suburb. Come take the tour of the garden with us!

This 41-acre property, adjacent to Conejo Community Park, was first acquired in 1973. In 1976, the first areas of the Botanic Garden began to emerge. Since then, dedicated community volunteers, donors, and sponsors have continued to nurture this growing garden oasis, adding a popular children’s garden in March of 2003. The Garden is operated by Conejo Valley Botanic Garden, Inc., a non-profit organization that relies entirely on volunteer efforts and tax-deductible donations from businesses and private sectors of the community. The purpose of the organization is to conduct research and disseminate information regarding plant life, primarily that adapted to a Mediterranean-type climate like in Southern California. The botanic garden and arboretum are intended for passive recreational, cultural, educational, scientific, and/or charitable purposes.

1 Bird Habitat (The bird habitat has become an important conservation effort provide sustenance and a sheltering environment for bids as well as other wildlife.)
1 Kids Adventure Garden
1 Nature Trail
5 Picnic Tables

The garden is open daily from 7:00am – 5:00pm.
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Admission is FREE

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