Play Conejo

Many thanks to Mortimer Tree Service
for their continued support of Play Conejo!

About Play Conejo

Play Conejo was created in 2012 as part of the Conejo Recreation & Park District's 50th Anniversary to provide volunteer, charitable, and financial support for public park facilities and recreation programs which benefit Conejo Valley residents.

Play Conejo raises funds helping ConejoRPD maintain quality parks and offer diverse and affordable recreation programs. To date, park improvements have primarily been funded by fees on new residential development. As new Conejo Valley housing projects slow to a trickle, so too do funds available for park improvements.

Through grants and charitable contributions, Play Conejo helps the District with funding for park improvements such as new playground equipment, restrooms, walking paths, and refreshed landscaping. 

Play Conejo also supports a scholarship program to place children with limited means into recreation programs. Kids who exercise and are engaged in their community are more likely to be healthy and grow into productive, contributing members of society.

Contact Us

Play Conejo
403 W. Hillcrest Drive
Thousand Oaks CA 91360

Play Conejo is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charitable organization; tax ID #37-1694819.
Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law; check with your tax attorney.

Conejo Recreation & Park District: Did You Know...

The Conejo Recreation & Park District is an award-winning recreation and park agency which:

  • Maintains more than 50 parks and recreation facilities in the Conejo Valley,
  • Offers thousands of recreation programs and special events annually, and 
  • Provides recreational opportunities for all income levels.

Through its parks and recreation programs, ConejoRPD:

  • Strengthens community image and residents' sense of belonging,
  • Provides safe places for children to play, learn, and be creative,
  • Creates space for seniors to be active and healthy and to continue their contribution to communities,
  • Positively affects local economies by boosting quality of life, property values, and spending,
  • Promotes health and wellness,
  • Increases cultural and generational unity, and provides lifetime memories,
  • Deters crime and anti-social behavior by engaging youths in positive alternatives for use of free time, and
  • Protects natural areas providing habitat for wildlife, which improves air and water quality for all.