Welcome to Conejo Off Leash Areas (COLA)

Our mission is to promote enjoyable and safe use of Conejo Valley off leash areas and support fun and educational opportunities that lead to positive canine-human interactions.

Off Leash Parks

Here is a list of off leash parks that allow you to take your canines off their leashes and let them roam around the park. To get directions to these parks, please click on the address and you will brought to Google Maps and from there you can get appropriate directions from your location.

 

 

 

COLA News

Bark in the Park March 12, 2017 - The annual Conejo Recreation and Parks District Bark in the Park will be held at Conejo Creek North Park (behind the Thousand Oaks Library) on May 6, 2017 from 11:00am – 3:00pm. This is a great opportunity for the dog community to celebrate their passion for dogs! The event features products, services, local veterinarians, and […]
K-9 Communication Workshops March 3, 2017 - Want to take your dog to the local dog park but unsure about how your dog will react to those in the parks? CRPD, in cooperation with COLA (Conejo Off Leash Areas Friends) is offering K-9 Communication workshops in its Spring Brochure. These one hour sessions will take place in local off leash areas and […]
Conejo Off Leash Areas – 2016 in Review December 12, 2016 - 2016 was a very busy year for Conejo’s dog parks.  In addition to improvements at the large dog park on Flores, this year saw permanent fencing go up at our first three neighborhood off leash areas – Kimber, Walnut Grove, and Estella.  We had a howling good time at April’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.  Those that attended got a […]
COLA Board Meeting – Thursday, December 15, 7pm December 12, 2016 - Please join us at our next meeting, Thursday, December 15, 7pm at the Goebel Adult Center, 1385 E. Janss Rd,. Thousand Oaks. Our primary order of business will be discussion on feasibility of taking over maintenance of OLAs.

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