Welcome to Newbury Park
Live in a scenic and serene suburb outside Los Angeles
Newbury Park is west of Thousand Oaks, north of Point Mugu State Park, east of Camarillo, and south of the Santa Rosa Valley. To the west of Newbury, there is the vast ocean and an undeveloped state park. In the east, the opposite effect occurs, and you will find the Greater Los Angeles metropolitan area. Newbury is ideally ensconced between two polar opposite parts of California and only a short drive from either one.
In Hollywood's Golden Age, Newbury Park was home to many classic movie stars who preferred the town’s relatively undeveloped ranches and pastoral setting as opposed to a major city center. Most Newbury residents work in Thousand Oaks or the major cities and come home to relax in their single-family homes.
What to Love
- Convenient commuting distances
- A sense of communal pride and distinction
- Proximity to Malibu and the immaculate beaches
- Distance from the bustling Los Angeles
- Historic buildings and museums
- A respectable school district and kid-friendly activities
Newbury Park is outside of Los Angeles and suburban in nature. Many locals here are passionate about their community and preserving the area. This neighborhood is close to many day spas, country clubs, and beaches, so people in town can spend their leisure time in town, one of the other suburbs, or drive to downtown Los Angeles.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
Newbury Park has amazing local restaurants that serve many types of food from around the world. The Mandarin Bistro offers patrons comfortable outdoor seating, authentic Chinese dishes, and delicious Thai iced tea.
Things to Do
Newbury Park is very close to the other suburban enclaves but has its own attractions and opportunities for sightseeing. Hope Nature Preserve is named in honor of Bob Hope, one of many celebrities who relocated to this area. Many people head to the Hope Nature Preserve for the impressive views and wildlife.
Stagecoach Inn Museum is dedicated to Newbury Park's past and a reconstructed version of the original 1876 hotel. The museum contains mementos, documents, and materials about this early hotel and its historical impact on the town.
Students in Newbury Park are considered part of the reputable Conejo Valley Unified School District.
- Newbury Park High School, Grades 9-12, World IB School
- Sycamore Canyon School, Grades K-8, a highly-rated school known for having outstanding teachers
- Sequoia Middle School, Grades 6-8
- Cypress Elementary School, Grades K-5
- Maple Elementary School, Grades K-5
- Walnut Elementary School, Grades K-5