Welcome to Newbury Park
The community of Newbury Park, California is located in the western portion of the city of Thousand Oaks in Ventura County, California.
The area was inhabited by the Chumash beginning about 7,000 years ago. Newbury Park contains many ancient burial sites, most near the Santa Monica Mountains in the Southern portion of the community.
Newbury Park is named after Egbert Starr Newbury, who owned thousands of acres of land in the Conejo Valley and who was the first postmaster in the 1870s. The post office was near their house which was located at the current location of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The historic Stagecoach Inn was used by travelers between Los Angeles in the south and Santa Barbara to the north as a stagecoach station.
Along with Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park was part of a master planned community by the Janss Investment Company. Most of Newbury Park, along with the parts of Westlake Village located in Ventura County, became part of the City of Thousand Oaks sometime between the 1960s and 1970s. The annexed area was formerly controlled by Ventura County, but after a community vote, all but Casa Conejo became part of Thousand Oaks.
Newbury Park has had an increasing population due to the presence of biotechnology firms and technology corporations of the area, such as Amgen (world headquarters), Baxter, as well as numerous other tech businesses.
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Parks and Recreation
Many people don’t realize that visiting the Conejo Valley and specifically, Agoura Hills offers them many recreational opportunities including hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. Agoura Hills proudly serves as the Gateway to the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreational Area. Visitors are encouraged to take advantage of the many opportunities and activities that take place in the “park next door.”
For more information on the Santa Monica Mountains, click here.