#28 Snow Fest Rancho Santa Susana Park 365 Things to do in Simi Valley

This is the second year the Rancho Simi Parks and Recreation Department puts on this Free event at Rancho Santa Susana Park.  Simi Valley Snow Fest has become very popular as one of the hills in the park is covered with snow, and a flat patch of snow is put out for the preschool age children.    […]

#21 Children’s Splash Pad at Rancho Simi Community Park 365 Things to do in Simi Valley

The Children’s Splash Pad at Rancho Simi Community Park (AKA Lemon Park) is a great and a Free Activity to do with the kids. There is still time left this week as the Park district turns off the water after Labor day so get over there and check it out. As well as the Splash […]

#18 Music in the Park – 365 Things to do in Simi Valley

The Rancho Simi Park and Recreation District puts on free Music in the Park during the summer months at Rancho Simi Community Park at the corner of Erringer and Royal.  This free event draws large crowds.  A large portable band stand is placed in front of the Duck Pond and Simi Valley residents show up […]

#17 Rancho Simi Community Pool Open Swimming – 365 things to do in Simi Valley

Rancho Simi Community Park located near the corner of Erringer and Royal is home to one of the largest public swimming pools in Southern California.  Many swim meets and competitions are held there year round.  During the summer months the pool is open for public swimming Monday through Friday from 1-3:30pm, Saturday & Sunday from […]

#11 Rancho Santa Susana Park Walking & Jogging Trail – 365 things to do in Simi Valley

The Rancho Santa Susana Park Walking & Jogging Trail is a popular spot for Simi Valley residents to get some exercise, walk their dogs and even take a leisurely stroll with friends.  The trail is just under one mile in length.  The trail is flat wide and is all dirt which can be easier on […]

#6 Hiking the Chumash Trail 365 Things to do in Simi Valley

(Video Below) Friday night I got started about 20-30 minutes later than I planned.  Even though hiking the Chumash Trail in Simi Valley is a little less than 3 miles to the top the elevation gain is significant and with 80 degree weather you can only go so fast.  At about 3/4 of a mile […]