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Fall Journey to Thousand Oaks

Travelers near and far flock to the warmer weather of places like the Golden State throughout the year. The volume spikes in the cooler months of fall when other locales around the country are significantly cooling down in anticipation of winter. Once you’ve decided that Thousand Oaks is the place for your California fall vacation,, point your compass to cozy Thousand Oaks. There are plenty of things to do and see that will keep you as busy as you like during your stay, whether you spend your time indoors or out.

Day 1: Arts & Culture

Chumash Indian Museum

The Chumash are a Native American people that inhabited the central and southern coastal regions of California for many millennia before modern times. Modern place names borne of their language include Malibu, Point Mugu, Prot Hueneme, and Simi Valley. Visit the museum to learn more about the people, view artifacts, and see displays that depict life for the Chumash both before and after European contact.

Theater League

Known as Broadway in Thousand Oaks, the group brings Broadway shows to cozy Thousand Oaks. Shows are performed at Bank of America Performing Arts Center. Check their website to see what’s playing, and book tickets for the show that’s running during your visit.

Day 2: Touring


See the sights of Thousand Oaks this fall. There are a few companies that offer tours, but the fun is taking as long as you like to explore each spot. You’ll see or stop at some of Austin’s best landmarks, parks, stadiums, and attractions. Explore the city for murals or create an intentional path that includes important spots like the Stagecoach Inn, Timber School House and Time School Auditorium, Crowley House, and others that are integral to the development and survival of Thousand Oaks.

Wine Tasting

Made from grapes grown at the vineyard as well as sourced from the beautiful Paso Robles appellation, Almo Sol produces delicious wines. They specialize in Cabernet Sauvignon, but also offer Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Franc, Cuvee Alekona, and more. You can schedule a seated tasting at their tasting room by appointment only. Sip on a selection of four different wines. The tasting fee is waived with a purchase of two or more bottles.

Day 3: Nature

Wildwood Regional Park

The park features breathtaking mountain views and plenty of wide-open space to roam. It’s a great place for a nature hike, mountain biking, horseback riding, and many other outdoor activities. Wander the 17-mile network of 14 trails throughout the park. Make a day of it, as the park also has BBQ grills, picnic areas with tables, restrooms, and more. Trail maps and other information is available on the Wildwood Regional Park section of the Conejo Recreation & Park District website.

Paradise Falls

While visiting Wildwood Regional Park, take a hike! There are several routes that end at the breathtaking falls, including “out and back” trails and loops. The out and back trail includes a stop at a small cave, too. The falls drop 40 feet into a large pool along the Arroyo Conejo. If you’re hiking throughout the park, the falls is easy to find, as most trail junctions point the way to the little-known hiking gem.

The Gardens of the World

The beautiful botanical gardens cover hundreds of acres. A paved walking loop connects all of the gardens, so you can be sure to visit each one as you walk the trail. The Japanese garden features an authentic Japanese pagoda, as well as a koi pond with bamboo bridge. The English Perennial and Rose Garden boasts an explosion of color during the season. Multiple rose varieties offer contrasting shapes, sizes, and colors and offer splashes of color seasonally. Other gardens include the French Garden & Water Feature, Mission Courtyard, Italian Garden, and the Bandstand.

Day 4: Just For “Kids”

Sky Zone

Make sure the kids have a blast during a Thousand Oaks vacation. They can have fun and burn off energy at Sky Zone. The giant indoor trampoline park hosts freestyle jumping, “skyslam” basketball, ultimate dodgeball, a “foam zone,” “Ninja Warrior Course,” and more. They’ll no doubt be exhausted by the end of the two-hour reservation.

K1 Speed

Everyone can get an adrenaline boost as they race around the track. The indoor racing facility hosts a track that twists and turns and challenges everyone. Adult and junior electric race cars zoom you around the track. Take a break from the racing and visit the Paddock Lounge restaurant, or explore the arcade, featuring arcade games, pool tables, air hockey, and more. Kids must be at least 48” tall to ride by themselves.

Fall into Fun in Thousand Oaks

When you stay in a vacation rental in Thousand Oaks provided by Renters Club on your California fall trip, you’ll enjoy easy access to the many area attractions, shopping, dining, and more. We offer homes as large as five bedrooms, so you can include all your loved ones in the journey.

Prepare a meal in the fully equipped kitchen and enjoy it in a spacious dining area. Afterward, spread out in an open living space. Enjoy a private balcony or patio or spend some time near the pool at select rentals.

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