Conejo Valley Days is an annual event that celebrates the history of Conejo valley and the volunteer spirit of our community. It is a several day event that brings together more than 15,000 people each year. It features a variety of fun activities for the whole family, including carnival rides and live entertainment. Local vendors, arts and crafts, games and food are all part of the fun. It is a great way for the community to come together and raise money for so many great services and projects.
The first Conejo valley days was held in the late 1940s at Jungleland (now Civic Arts Plaza) and was described as a "Community Circus" in an newspaper article. The event featured special appearances by "moving picture actors" and the coronation of the Circus Queen.
** 2024 dates and times currently tentative.
The property for Conejo Creek North Park was originally acquired in 1972. The Master Plan was approved in 1989. This 44-acre natural creekside site was completed in 1992.
One of the District's most popular parks, with two ponds connected by a recirculating meandering stream is home to the Main Library, Teen Center and Senior Center.
The park has reservable picnic structures of varying sizes with a total park capacity of several thousand visitors during major community events and festivals. Conejo Creek North Park is also the home of the The Gratitude Circle, a 30-foot diameter circle of natural stones set into grade at a height to allow seating, and incised at the cardinal points by steel panels with space to acknowledge the generosity of financial donors to Play Conejo, a non-profit that supports Conejo Recreation and Park District. Annually, CRPD Board of Directors celebrates and honors individuals who have made a significant contribution of time, effort, or energy to recreation and parks in the Conejo Valley.