Oak Park is an unincorporated community in Ventura County, California. When developed in the Simi Hills in the late 1960s, a single road provided the only access to the community from Agoura Hills in neighboring Los Angeles County.
The Santa Monica Mountains National Recreational area on the north and east and Rancho Simi Open Space on the south border Oak Park. It sits within valleys in the Simi Hills capped by Simi Peakthat borders the community to the north.
All of the area is land and none of it is covered by water. However, there are many small creeks in the area. The largest of these creeks are Medea Creek and Lindero Creek, which are tributaries of Malibu Creek.
The schools within the Oak Park area are some of the top schools in the Ventura County area and one of the major reasons that homes in this community are desirable.
The housing in this area consists of smaller planned communities of single-family homes, townhomes and some apartment homes. The area of Oak Park is smaller than most of the surrounding communities and has fewer housing opportunities than some of the adjacent areas. While there are homes with expansive lots there are fewer estate size lots and the values in this area tend to maintain a steady price point.
There are many hiking trails and biking as well as playfields and parks for the locals to enjoy. The local area has some of the most spectacular views of the surrounding mountain ranges in the Conejo Valley.
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