Oak Park, Simi Valley

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.

 

Camping Self-Booking


 

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

Day Use
Hours 7:30 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
Parking Full size parking lot
General Restrooms, water, picnic tables, BBQ, fire rings, Park Host on-site
Activities Playground, horseshoe pits, volleyball court, basketball court
Picnic Individual and group areas available (group by reservation only)
Party Facility Yes – covered picnic tables for Group Use
Dogs Not allowed (excludes Guide Dogs)
Camping
Hours Quiet Hours are 9:00 pm to 7:00 am (no generator use)
Fees $32.00 per day, per site (1 RV, 1 vehicle, and 1 tent maximum) Reservations only, Two day min
Campsite Parking Each additional vehicle must pay Camping Fee
Camping Tent, RV, Group, Youth
General Hook ups (30/20 amp), Dump Station Fee Extra
Max No. of People Maximum of 6 people per campsite allowed
Length of Stay 14 days consecutively; see County Ordinance
Dogs Allowed in campground on 6 foot leash. Fee is $1.00 per night, per dog (limit 2)

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Oak Park Layout