Southern California January 12, 2017
The Hidden Park That Will Make You Feel Like You’ve Discovered Southern California’s Best Kept Secret
It’s not every day that you come across a park in Southern California that’s home to a waterfall, a creek, a cave, a Teepee, an abundance of hiking trails and views galore all in one setting. But once you find it, you instantly know you’ve just discovered paradise.
From the moment you arrive to Wildwood Park in Ventura County, you instantly know you are somewhere special. But until you start exploring, you don't realize just HOW special.
For starters, Wildwood is a dream come true for hiking enthusiasts.
You'll find a variety of settings that will simply take your breath away. Like this charming footbridge that stretches across a small creek...
And enchanting trails that are right out of a magical fairytale.
Go ahead, pick any trail you like. No matter which direction you head you're guaranteed to see some pretty epic scenery along the way.
For example, the Moonridge Trail to Paradise Falls is a visual feast. Just imagine meandering down this winding lane with nothing but lush greenery and blue skies all around you.
On your way to Paradise Falls, you'll notice that Wildwood Park isn't very crowded.
That's because this little gem is a bit of a secret. And it's the hidden gems here in SoCal that make life soooo sweet.
Especially when there's a waterfall at the end of the trail. And this time of year it's flowing in full force so it's quite a sight to see.
You'll also find other unexpected treasures at Wildwood Park.
Like this small cave that you'll encounter along one of the trails. This will definitely bring out the explorer in you.
You'll even have a chance to hike to a Teepee that's located on the park grounds.
Once you reach the structure it's a great spot to get out of the sun and take a break from the heat on a hot SoCal day.
Or even if you're just looking for a green patch of grass to enjoy a picnic lunch, you're in luck.
You really can find pretty much everything at Wildwood Regional Park -- even a heart shaped rock.
This beautiful suburban park is located at
928 Avenida de los Arboles in Thousand Oaks. Have you ever been to Wildwood Park? It truly is a treasure for a perfect afternoon surrounded by nothing but nature.