Located just off the Ventura Freeway, Newbury Park offers an eclectic mix of dining options. A growing restaurant scene is putting a contemporary spin on traditional favorites, drawing on the community's rancho heritage and staking a claim to the city's future-focused commercial landscape. While the population remains relatively small, the diverse selection of local dining options makes for a memorable evening out. While you're there, check out one of the many attractions nearby.
The population of Newbury Park is approximately 40,000. The town has an unincorporated area, Casa Conejo, and Ventu Park. Most of the city is located in the Thousand Oaks city limits, although there are still some unincorporated areas that fall within the boundaries of Newbury Park. Located on the Conejo Valley, Newbury Park CA is located about 35 miles from Downtown Los Angeles and less than 11 miles from the Los Angeles County border. Browse next article
Rancho Sierra Vista, a nature area administered by the U.S. National Park Service, is located within Newbury Park. It contains more than 100 miles of trails in the Santa Monica Mountains, and is a popular spot for hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities. One trail, called the Backbone Trail, leads to the Pacific Palisades and the city's popular Will Rogers State Beach. Another trail in the Santa Monica Mountains, Sandstone Peak offers stunning views of Malibu, Santa Monica, and several Channel Islands. More
Point of Interest #1 KYRA-FM, 1000 S Ventu Park Rd, Newbury Park, CA 91320, United States
Point of Interest #2 Rosewood Trail Trailhead, 398 Regal Oak Ct, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320, United States
Point of Interest #3 T.O. Handyman, Thousand Oaks, 718 Blue Oak Ave, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320, United States