Pepper Tree Playfield is a 21.7-acre community park located in western Newbury Park, California. It is located at the corner of Reino- and Old Conejo Roads, and was acquired by the Conejo Recreation & Park District (CRPD) in 1977, but not developed nor opened until 1983. It contains a 0.83-mile fitness trail loop, and is nearby numerous trailheads. The park is within walking distance from the Conejo Vista Trailhead in Old Conejo Open Space, located immediately north of Pepper Tree Playfield, and the park is directly across the street from the Knoll Trailhead (Pepper Tree Vista Trail) in Knoll Open Space, which is to the park’s immediate east, crossing North Reino Road. It is also an access point for trails leading to the Conejo Mountain. Pepper Tree Playfield is named for its many pepper t

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  • Pepper Tree Playfield is a 21.7-acre community park located in western Newbury Park, California. It is located at the corner of Reino- and Old Conejo Roads, and was acquired by the Conejo Recreation & Park District (CRPD) in 1977, but not developed nor opened until 1983. It contains a 0.83-mile fitness trail loop, and is nearby numerous trailheads. The park is within walking distance from the Conejo Vista Trailhead in Old Conejo Open Space, located immediately north of Pepper Tree Playfield, and the park is directly across the street from the Knoll Trailhead (Pepper Tree Vista Trail) in Knoll Open Space, which is to the park’s immediate east, crossing North Reino Road. It is also an access point for trails leading to the Conejo Mountain. Pepper Tree Playfield is named for its many pepper trees, which surrounds the park area. The park is managed by the Conejo Recreation & Park District (CRPD), It contains three parking stalls, bleacher seating for 120, picnic tables and structures, a playground, four soccer fields, and two softball fields. The park is used for a variety of recreational activities, including but not limited to hiking, football, softball, cross country running, soccer, camping, running, and bird observation. Peppertree Playfield draws hundreds during the American Soccer Organization season, with fields here utilized on weekends during half of the year. To get here from the Ventura Freeway in Newbury Park, CA, take the Exit for Wendy Drive and go westbound. Turn immediately on Old Conejo Road at the Mobil Station and head towards the summit. After one mile, park at Pepper Tree Playfield. It is situated at 3720 Old Conejo Road. (en)
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  • 1983 (xsd:integer)
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  • Pepper Tree Playfield
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  • Conejo Recreation & Park District
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  • Sign by park entrance.
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  • Community park
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  • Pepper Tree Playfield is a 21.7-acre community park located in western Newbury Park, California. It is located at the corner of Reino- and Old Conejo Roads, and was acquired by the Conejo Recreation & Park District (CRPD) in 1977, but not developed nor opened until 1983. It contains a 0.83-mile fitness trail loop, and is nearby numerous trailheads. The park is within walking distance from the Conejo Vista Trailhead in Old Conejo Open Space, located immediately north of Pepper Tree Playfield, and the park is directly across the street from the Knoll Trailhead (Pepper Tree Vista Trail) in Knoll Open Space, which is to the park’s immediate east, crossing North Reino Road. It is also an access point for trails leading to the Conejo Mountain. Pepper Tree Playfield is named for its many pepper t (en)
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  • Pepper Tree Playfield (en)
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