8. Heated Outdoor Swimming
Maybe may not use a Thousand Oaks limo to get there, and many may not realize, but the community swimming pools at California Lutheran University (CLU) are open to the public. The pools are heated and there's only a $3 admission fee per person. The pools opened to the public in 2010 and stays open every day throughout the year. Their opening times are 1 through 4:30 pm Mondays-Fridays, 7-9 pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and 12:30-4:30pm in weekends. So while you may not reserve a party bus or limousine services to a public swimming pool, you may want to check this out with the family.
7. Stagecoach Inn
6. Wildwood Regional Park
This over 1,700 acre regional park is home to over 27 miles of hiking trails and has been the movie setting in various films, TV-series and commercials. A favorite for locals, Wildwood also has a blooming wildlife of animals such as mountain lions, deer, turtles, hawks, scorpions, snakes and various other species. This is a place for about any recreational activity, whether it’s for hiking, jogging, horseback-riding, mountain biking, photographing, picnicking or camping. With hiking trails to/from nearby communities such as Newbury Park, Moorpark, Santa Rosa Valley and Thousand Oaks, your limousine services can drop you off by one entry and pick you up after your hike at the other end of the park. Some of the highlights here include the seventy feet high waterfall, Paradise Falls, and the lizard-looking mountain, Lizard Rock. There are beautiful panoramic views from the Teepee Overlook by the wooden teepee and from the Mountclef Ridge. Some of the films and TV-series filmed here are Gunsmoke, Wuthering Heights, Dodge City, Spartacus, Bonanza, Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier, and many others. We even have transported airport transfer trips going directly to Wildwood from LAX!
5. MB2 Raceway
Ever tried go karting? MB2 is the place! Bring the kids along for a day of indoor go kart racing or celebrate a birthday party, school outing, corporate event or bachelor party here. Between the races you can enjoy the pool tables, air hockey, arcade games and more. Put your skills into high-gear at the 60,000 sq. ft. facilities of MB2 Raceway in Newbury Park!
4. Gardens of the World
With its pristine lawns, magnificent fountains and peaceful lakes, the Gardens of the World is a must to visit - and best of all - is completely free of charge! Given as a gift to the people of Thousand Oaks from the founder of Pleasant Holidays, a local travel company, the Gardens of the World is located right across Thousand Oaks Boulevard from the Civic Arts Plaza. It is home to five separate gardens representing five cultures of the world, including an English-, French-, Japanese-, Italian- and Californian Mission garden. Enjoy the koi pond in Japanese garden, the colorful roses at the English garden and see the unique grapes at the Italian garden. Check their websites for upcoming kids’ scavenger hunts or outdoor summer concerts. Bring along lunch for a nice lunch in the peaceful setting, and do not forget to bring your camera for pictures!
3. The Oaks
2. Santa Monica Mountains
1. Party Bus Night
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There are many more places that could’ve been mentioned in an article like this. Some examples could be the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Conejo Valley Botanical Garden, American Radio Archive, Dawn’s Peak (Tarantula Hill), Janss Marketplace, Borderline Bar & Grill, and many more places. No matter the occasion & destination, call us today at toll-free number (866) 319-LIMO for your airport transfer, wine tours or limousine services to or from Thousand Oaks!