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Mature Oak trees enhance this rustic 100.5 acre open space park that is surrounded by gentle, rolling hills and an abundance of coastal sage scrub brush. This natural environment supports a multitude of California native wildlife species, such as a raptors, roadrunners, sagebrush lizards, and alligator lizards. The park is ideal for group RV camping in a secluded setting.

Location: 901 Quimsa Drive, Simi Valley. Off Los Angeles Avenue, East of Madera Road.

Day Use
Hours7:30 am - 5:00 pm - (January, February, November, December) 6:00 pm (March, October) 7:30 pm (April, May, September) 8:00 pm - (June, July, August)
Fees$2.00 per vehicle weekday; $4:00 per vehicle weekend/holiday
ParkingFull size parking lot
GeneralRestrooms, water, picnic tables, BBQ, fire rings, Park Host on-site
ActivitiesPlayground, horseshoe pits, volleyball court, basketball court
PicnicIndividual and group areas available (group by reservation only)
Party FacilityYes - covered picnic tables for Group Use
DogsNot allowed (excludes Guide Dogs)
HoursQuiet Hours are 9:00 pm to 7:00 am (no generator use)
Fees$31.00 per day, per site (1 RV, 1 vehicle, and 1 tent maximum)
Campsite ParkingEach additional vehicle must pay Camping Fee
CampingTent, RV, Group, Youth
GeneralHook ups (30/20 amp), Dump Station Fee Extra
Max No. of PeopleMaximum of 6 people per campsite allowed
Length of Stay14 days consecutively; see County Ordinance
DogsAllowed in campground on 6 foot leash. Fee is $1.00 per night, per dog (limit 2)
Oak Park

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