Swimming pool, tennis, basketball, softball, volleyball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, covered picnic area, barbeques, playgrounds. A stream leads down to a lagoon stocked with fish. Site of the Annual Huck Finn Fishing Derby. Be careful feeding the ducks.
Red's is very popular so expect a wait if you're going for dinner on Friday or Saturday night. Don't miss the ribs or the baked potatoes (caution: baked potatoes are huge). Take out menu available.
Usually known as "the hill with the cross on top of it," it's visible from Madera Road. Hiking trail is approximately two miles long but can be difficult. Wear long pants and snake boots.
This gothic building was originally a family home, then a church, then a mortuary and is now a historical landmark. The building now houses a theatre for live plays. Admission: $20.
Open for breakfast and lunch. This is where Simi Valley eats breakfast. Check for the specials on the front board. On weekends, go early or be prepared for a long wait.
Basketball, softball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, covered picnic area, barbeques, playgrounds. A very nice dirt walking path. Simi Valley's Veteran's Plaza.
Rancho Santa Susanna Community Park. Memorial Day Weekend. Annual festival celebrating all things Cajun. Check website for parking details.
Equestrian Center to Tierra Practice Rejada Park. Four miles of dirt pathway, away from the street, complemented by trees and flowers.
Hands down the best pizza in Simi Valley. Largest pizza is 28 inches very good for parties. Order early delivery can take 45 minutes.
The Old Corriganville Movie Ranch with historic buildings was the site of many western films. Park also has a two-mile trail loop.
This open air mall has just opened in 2005 and is located between two off-ramps on the 118 Freeway (Erringer and First Street).
Metrolink Station to Madera Road. Seven miles of paved bikepath with trees, flowers and a stream. Also suitable for walking.
Old school Italian restaurant with what is probably the original decor. Order the family meal, it is the best deal in town.
Once home of Tressa Prisbrey created from recyclable items from a local landfill, now a California Historical Landmark.
Although the decor of this hotel could be updated, the proximity to the Simi Valley Town Center can not be beaten.
Public course, 18 hole, par 71. Driving range, practice green and pro shop. Very nice for a public course.
Don't be put off by the decor, the food is excellent. Very popular with the lunch crowd. Very affordable.
Open through permit only (contact the park service). Two miles of hiking trail. Oak groves and a stream.
Upscale steakhouse. Reservations can be made online. Portions are very large. Dinner can get pricey.
Standard lodging at an inexpensive price. Rates remain low even if booked at the last moment.
Cajun/Creole restaurant tucked into a strip mall behind the Chevron station. Excellent food.
Restored 1903 train depot now holds a small museum and a working model train layout.
This is a must see for any travelers stopping by in Simi Valley. Admission: $12.
All rooms come with free breakfast. Book in advance, prices can go up steeply.
Posada Royale is affiliated with Best Western. Hotel is a bit out of the way.
Open Daily. Public course, 36 holes. Practice range, pro shop and clubhouse.
Two and a half mile hiking trail overlooking Native American rock shelters.
Local hiking group that conducts a variety of hikes on a regular schedule.
Public course, 9 hole, par 3. Driving range, practice green and pro shop.
One of the newer hotels in Simi Valley, had nice rooms and amenities.
All you can eat pizza/salad/dessert bar with all you can drink soday.
Pizza by the slice, whole pies, calzones, strombolis, cannoli.
Buildings and artifacts from Simi Valley's pioneer history.
Rooms include a kitchenette. Pet allowed with fee.
Snookies is the only bikini bar in Simi Valley.
Fine Italian food. Great for dinner.