Hidden Valley

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Walk Score

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Transit Score

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Bike Score

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Simi Valley, CA Neighborhood Information

Serene mountain vistas and comfortable weather are the tip of the iceberg in Simi Valley. Here, you can tick all the boxes on your must-have list, as you’ll have access to the best of Ventura County—and you’re just 30 miles from downtown L.A. Recharge your batteries at Rocky Peak Park and Happy Camp Canyon Park, where you can hike and bike to your heart’s content. The Simi Valley Town Center has your shopping needs covered (including a local farmer’s market), while Highway 118 can get you to nearby schools and jobs in minutes. Go ahead and treat yourself to a better way of life in Simi Valley.

Neighborhood Highlights

Presidential Prominence

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum encompasses more than one hundred acres of collections and beautiful gardens in a dramatic hilltop setting.

Hit the Slopes

In a little over an hour, you can go from the 72-degree average temperature of Simi Valley to snow-peaked mountains and your next ski adventure.

Tee Time

Golfers will enjoy scenic views and challenging courses on any one of Simi Valley’s four golf courses.

Hiker's Haven

Simi Valley is home to more than fifty miles of trails suited for a range of fitness levels and reaching as far as Los Angeles.

Celebrate Tradition

A Simi Valley tradition for more than 86 years, Simi Valley Days is a four-day fall festival with live music, rides, games, food, and drinks.

Beach Getaways

Equally close to three of Southern California’s premier beaches—Ventura, Malibu, and Santa Monica—in Simi Valley you’re never far from your next beach getaway.

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