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California Local Hits

Gardens of the World

Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks features nearly five acres of cultivated gardens. It has been open to the public for almost two decades and includes demonstration gardens and those inspired by overseas wonders from France, Italy, and Japan. The facility's distinct areas are connected by a well-marked loop trail that includes shaded seating areas and descriptions of the beautiful things you're seeing.
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Wildwood Regional Park

Thanks to its massive land area and abundant wide-open spaces, Wildwood also features many local, state, and national parks. That means lots of opportunities to experience the great outdoors. Wildwood Regional Park is one of the most convenient and popular options for those visiting Thousand Oaks. The park consists of nearly 1,800 acres initially set aside for public use in the mid-'60s. The park's abundant trails are great places to exercise and commune with Mother Nature without leaving city limits for hikers, walkers, bikers, and horseback riders.
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Paradise Falls

Paradise Falls drops 40 feet into a large pool along the Arroyo Conejo in Thousand Oaks. The waterfall is located within Wildwood Park, and thanks to an almost excessive network of trails, Paradise Falls may be reached via several routes, including a 2.15-mile out and back hike or a 2.55-mile loop that visits a small cave. It is a downhill hike from the trailhead to Paradise Falls with 260 feet of elevation change. Adding a visit to Wildwood Park's other main attraction, Lizard Rock, is an excellent way to extend the hike to 4.35 miles or more.
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Grant R. Brimhall Library

Brimhall Library serves as the main library for the city of Thousand Oaks, California. American Radio Archive was part of the Special Collections Department at the library. It featured one of the largest collections of broadcasting documents in the United States or perhaps the world. It had a collection of 23,000 radio- and TV scripts, 10,000 photographs, and 10,000 books related to the history of radio.
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Conejo Valley Botanic Garden

Its grounds include nearly 35 acres divided into more than a dozen distinct cultivated areas with indigenous and non-native plants, trees, and flowers from all over the world. The garden's areas are connected by well-marked paths and offer ample seating areas and breathtaking views of the city and surrounding landscape. The facility's attractions include butterfly, bird, and Mediterranean gardens and a dedicated children's place where little ones can get their hands dirty while learning about gardening, ecology, and sustainability.
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Santa Monica Mountains

The Santa Monica Mountains offer easy access to surprisingly wild places. Experience the famous beaches of Malibu or explore more than 500 miles of trails. It is part of the Transverse Ranges. The park has historical and cultural sites, from old movie ranches to Native American centers. What will you and your family discover?
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Chumash Indian Museum

The Chumash Indian Center in Thousand Oaks spreads over 400 acres within Oakbrook Regional Park. It was established in the mid-'90s. In addition to its expansive grounds, natural areas, and archaeological sites, the facility includes a large museum featuring an impressive array of Native American artifacts, like tools, housewares, weapons, and clothes.
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