Explore Our Manufactured Community in Thousand Oaks, California
Nestled in the scenic Conejo Valley, Thousand Oaks, California, offers a harmonious blend of natural beauty and culture. This city is home to the expansive Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, ideal for hiking and wildlife viewing, and picturesque Wildwood Regional Park. The Gardens of the World and Conejo Valley Botanic Garden showcase the area's stunning flora, and the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza hosts exciting performances and events. With top-rated schools, a thriving community, and beautiful landscapes, Thousand Oaks is a wonderful place to lay down roots.
Based on selected map area, there are no homes available.
Based on selected map area, there are no communities available.Reset Map Reset Map
Based on your search preferences there are no available homes for sale.
Based on your search preferences there are no available communities.Clear Search Clear Search
- Card Close
Newbury Park, California
Meet up with neighbors for a cup of coffee in the clubhouse before a morning swim, followed by relaxing in the hot tub. Work on your precision golf skills on our putting green or challenge friends to miniature golf or billiards.View Community about Vallecito
Explore The Area
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Thousand Oaks?
You’ll never be at a loss for fun things to do in Thousand Oaks. Don’t miss:
- Gardens of the World
- Alma Sol Winery
- The Bank of America Performing Arts Center
- Japanese Pagoda
- Paradise Falls
- Stagecoach Inn Museum
- Conejo Community Park
- Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
- Chumash Indian Museum
- K1 Speed—Indoor Go Karts
- The Lakes at Thousand Oaks
- American Radio Archives
- The Oaks
- Wildwood Regional Park
- Janss Marketplace
- Reign of Terror Haunted House
- Conejo Valley Plaza
- What are the best places to eat in Thousand Oaks?
With proximity to local farms and wineries, fresh food and produce are plentiful in Thousand Oaks. Don't miss out on Moqueca Brazilian Restaurant, eLoong Dumplings, Shibuya, Moody Rooster, E+ Mon, and Tifa Chocolate & Gelato.
- What is Thousand Oaks best known for?
As its name implies, Thousand Oaks is named for the thousands of oaks that make up the city. Hollywood has made use of its beautiful landscape from the days of Clark Gable and John Wayne to being featured in modern fare like “Monk,” “Criminal Minds,” and “True Blood.” Thousand Oaks is famously the preferred home of many celebrities—from sports stars to actors/actresses and singers.
- How is the weather in Thousand Oaks?
Summers are sunny, clear, and warm in Thousand Oaks, followed by long, cool, wet winters. The temperatures rarely fall below 40°F or rise above 89°F. Warm-weather tourism peaks between mid-June and early October.
- Does Thousand Oaks have public transportation?
Thousand Oaks Transit (TOT) provides five local Conejo Valley bus routes. Metrolink has a shuttle that stops by the Oaks Mall and near California Lutheran University. Bike rentals are available, and bike share is under consideration.