Conejo Valley really is what you make of it. It can be as simple as a bedroom community, or it can satisfy the wants and needs of any walk of life. It’s instinctually family-centric, and it shows in every aspect.

Weekends and summers are generally spent outside the home. Community pools are far from vacant, the hikes become more popular, and even matinees sell out on our hottest days. The hidden treasures of Conejo Valley really start to shine in the warmth of summer: the splash park, summer camps, and beach bus (this one’s really popular with the teens).

The nightlife adapts with your mood. Restaurants alone cover every base. From kid-friendly to romantically intimate, you can rely on an easy Saturday night out. There’s a handful of bars for the young and restless too. They don’t quite hit the mark as a true to form club, but they do have a 2A.M. closing time and a dance floor. The wineries and breweries have a more casual setting for the times you just need a drink after work.

Getting out of town is more than easy. The 101 will get you anywhere in California and cuts right through the Conejo Valley. Go coastal for the day with a 45 minute drive in any direction – Ventura and Santa Barbara are north, Santa Monica is south, and Malibu is a straight shot west.

Want to make a weekend out of it? We sit just about halfway between San Diego and San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay is in driving distance, and Big Bear and Mammoth Mountain are spectacular inland destinations.

(Moving to the area? Check out our Relocating page)

Single and Ready to Mingle?

Figueroa Brewing Co

Malibu Wines

Ladyface Ale Companie

Brendan’s Irish Pub

Planning a family outing?

The Promenade


Oak Canyon Park

The Lakes

An empty nester?

Stonehaus Winery

Farmer’s Market

Lure Fish House



The Landing

Gardens of the World

Westlake Golf Course

The Shoppes


What’s Next?

If you’re moving to or within The Conejo Valley, we want to help! So, here’s a little head start (don’t worry, no strings attached).