Thousand Oaks is located in Ventura County and has a population of around 129,000 people. Charter a Thousand Oaks, California bus rental today and visit the city with family or with friends.
A Thousand Oaks, California bus rental can easily accommodate up to 60 people. That means that you and your group can easily travel together without the hassle and get to save money, too.
Some of the places you can go to include:
Visit the Grant R. Brimhall Library, which is the city's main library and the biggest library in the county, with more than 81,000 sq. ft. of space. On top of the 370,000 items in its collection, the library also has the Conejo Valley Art Exhibition, as well as auditoriums. The library is also home to the American Radio Archive, which has manuscripts, books, photographs and other materials that detail the history of radio and broadcasting in the country.
You can also watch the shows at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The city hall and performing arts center was built in the 1990s.
Furthermore, there is the Chumash Indian Museum, where you can learn more about Native American culture and history. Its living history center helps you discover things about the Chumash people as well as the natural and historical significance of the site.
The Oaks is a regional shopping destination that is visited by people from the Southern California area. The two-level shopping mall has 1.3 million square feet of retail space and is anchored by Muvico Theaters 14, Bogart's Bar & Grill, J. C. Penney, Macy's, and Nordstrom.
When it comes to restaurants, Mouthful Eatery is considered the best in the city with its Peruvian food and sandwiches. You can also enjoy Thai food at Bangkok Avenue Thai Cuisine or Mediterranean, Iranian and Persian food at Rokabab Mediterranean Grill. Continue your gastronomic tour of the world with Bad Ass Tacos, Golden Dragon, and Akash Cuisine of India.
You can also have a fine time with desserts, ice cream and yogurt at Little Calf Creamery and Cafe, or have some tapas at Blue Stove. Further, you simply must have the pizzas at Winners Pizza or the burgers at Dog Haus.
Other restaurants you must not miss out on include Mastro’s Steakhouse, Chocolatine French Café, Dayne's Chicago Beef and Dawgs, Bottle and Pint, Alpine Delicatessen, In-N-Out Burger, Toppers Pizza Place, Pieology Pizzeria, Establos Meat Market & Taqueria, and Karma Indian Cuisine.
The Sherwood Country Club has an 18-hole course that has more than 7,000 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 72, 75.7 course rating and 146 slope rating. The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus. The course has been the site of several PGA Tour events, as well as the yearly Chevron World Challenge that is hosted by Tiger Woods.
You can also play at the Los Robles Greens Golf Course, where you have 18 holes spread over more than 6,100 yards at the longest tees. The course has a par of 69, course rating of 68.7 and a slope rating of 116. Opened in the 1960s, the course was designed by Bob E. Baldock. Further, you can check out the 18-hole Sunset Hills Country Club where you have a par of 71, course rating of 69.3 and 121 slope rating. Ted Robinson designed the course, which opened in 1962.
If you like sports, then be sure to visit the Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center where several teams play their home games, including the L.A. Lightning of the International Basketball League and the basketball teams of the California Lutheran University Kingsmen.
Further, the Amgen Tour of California often has stages held in the city, among other cities in the state.
Thousand Oaks has a pair of sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The first is Case Study House No. 28, the only Case Study House in the entire county. It was built in the 1960s and has a modern architecture designed by Donald Hensman and Conrad Buff. Then you can also visit the Joel McCrea Ranch, which sits on a 220-acre property. Built in the 1930s by Glenn O. Winget, it was designed by John Byers to have a ranch-style architecture. The site has eight contributing buildings and four contributing structures.
Visit the Conejo Valley Botanical Garden where you can find the plants that are native to the area, including more than 60 types of salvia. The botanical garden, with its 33 acres of space, has a rare fruit collection that displays 40 varieties of trees from 35 countries totaling 130 trees.
Also visit the Wildwood Regional Park, which has 1,765 acres of space that features hiking and biking paths, jogging and horseback riding trails, interpretive programs, educational tours, rock climbing, camping, and wildlife watching. You can also visit the Paradise Falls, the Indian C7ave, Arroyo Conejo Creek, and the Lizard Rock formation, where you could get a panoramic view of the city.
The park also has more than a dozen nature trails that altogether cover 27 miles. The park is home to more than 60 bird species, 37 mammal species and close to two dozen kinds of reptiles and amphibians.
Also visit Triunfo Park, which has several facilities such as picnic amenities, basketball, courts, playground and softball fields, among others. Or perhaps check out the Walnut Grove Park, which takes its name from the walnut trees you find there. The park also features picnic facilities, basketball courts, playground, handball courts, and an off-leash area for dogs.
Conejo Creek North Park is where you would find the Main Library, the Teen and Senior Centers, and 44 acres of space filled with different amenities such as picnic facilities, playground, fitness trail, volleyball courts and a veteran's memorial. Meanwhile, North Ranch Playfield has 12 acres of space and is the best place for kids to play outdoors in the city.
Other parks that you can go to include Borchard Community Park, Conejo Creek Southwest Park, Conejo Creek West Park, Dos Vientos Community Park, Sapwi Trails Community Park, Lang Ranch Neighborhood Park, Northwood Park, Old Meadows Park, Southshore Hills Park, Thousand Oaks Community Park, Waverly Park, and Wildwood Neighborhood Park, among many others.
Check out Dawn's Peak, which is the highest point of Conejo Valley.
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