As a twenty year old provider of limos in the Greater Thousand Oaks Area, our limo service know the ins and outs of this beautiful city. We’ve done countless party bus rides to Cal Lutheran and LAX pickups in town. We’ve even had limousine bookings to The Oaks, Westlake Promenade, the Civic Arts Plaza, Stagecoach Inn and about any other location in Thousand Oaks and neighboring Westlake Village, Newbury Park and other nearby communities and towns. Let us present to you some facts you probably didn’t know about the Conejo Valley community.
Did you know the Newbury Park section of Thousand Oaks is home to 7 acres of wetlands? Although not a particularly popular stop for a limo service, Hill Canyon is a place well worth a visit. Adjacent to Wildwood Park, it can also be reached from the Rancho Conejo Park in Newbury Park or from Santa Rosa Valley. These wetlands are a habitat for a variety of freshwater avian life, avifauna and fish species. Amongst the species found here is the Western Pond Turtle, which also can be found throughout streams and rivers in Wildwood.
4. Concert Venue
A definitive more popular place for a limousine rental, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza is an often overlooked venue by many. Its concert hall, Fred Kavli Theater, is a popular destination for our weekend service. This nearly 2000 seat auditorium on T.O. Boulevard is visited by over 300,000 people per year. Just a few of the artists who have performed here include Paul Anka, Tony Bennett, Tom Jones and many others.
3. County’s Largest Mall
Many locals often don’t realize just how big The Oaks is. With nearly 200 stores and restaurants, it’s actually the largest mall in all of Ventura County! Muvico, Cheesecake Factory and Red Lobster are all common limo stops.
2. Valley’s Tallest Peak
Did you know Thousand Oaks is home to the largest peak in the Conejo Valley? Located at 285 W. Gainsborough Road, Tarantula Hill is an easily accessible 1,050+ ft hill. The paved half-a-mile trail takes you up there within a 30-45 minute hike, and the panorama views of the valley is well worth the hike.
1. Native-American Pictographs
What may surprise the most locals is that Thousand Oaks is home to 2,000 year-old Chumash Native-American cave paintings. Located at the former Sapwi Chumash village, it is now on land operated and owned by the Chumash Indian Museum. Docent-lead tours to the caves are available, and many will enjoy bringing the kids to see the traditional ap’ (Chumash houses).
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So whether to explore Chumash history or head out on town by party bus, contact us at toll free 866.319.LIMO for your quote. We provide a lowest-price-guaranteed on limos, buses, sedans and SUVs in Newbury Park, Westlake Village and in Thousand Oaks, CA.