Best Bike Trails Thousand Oaks CA
Our area of expertise may be in the automotive world but we know how much the residents of Thousand Oaks and all of California enjoy their biking. We do too, and that is why we’ve put together our picks for the best bike trails in Thousand Oaks CA and the surrounding area. Take a look and be sure to let us know about your favorites in the comments below.
Conejo Creek Bike Path
Spanning 1.2 miles, this path is great for families. It’s not too long and it’s flat enough for children to enjoy the ride too. The path connects Gainsborough Road and the Conejo Creek Park South.
This one is for the mountain bikers. Though expert ability is not required, Wildwood Loop offers some moderately challenging climbs over its length of over 8 miles. The more challenging aspect of the course rewards you with some scenic views.
Fillmore Bike Path in Fillmore CA
Another trail within Ventura County is the Fillmore Bike Path. Over three miles of paved trail are available to you, making it great for the casual biker.
This trail is not far from Thousand Oaks and, according to the Rancho Simi Recreation And Park District website, it is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week when there is no heavy rain or flooding. This is another one that is great for families, and there is also easy access.
Medea Creek Natural Park in Oak Park CA
There are plenty of trails in this park for many activities, and biking is one. There is beautiful scenery along the whole route and paved paths that appeal to bikers of any skill level.
Though these are ours picks for the best bike trails in Thousand Oaks CA and the surrounding area, if you’re willing to travel a bit, there are many more that can be found. The Pacific coast near Ventura is home to many attractive trails, as are many areas throughout southern California. So share your own favorites in the comments below and remember to contact us at Neftin Volkswagen for all your automotive needs.