The City of Calabasas Community Service Department offers a variety of recreational, educational and special interest programs and classes for all ages. Summer camp and after school programs are also available. A published quarterly catalog lists all programs and special events.


Department of Parks and Recreation:
Juan Bautista De Anza Park
3701 Lost Hills Road
Calabasas Hills, CA 91301
(818) 880-6461

Community Parks and Centers:
Bark Park (Canine Park)
4232 Las Virgenes Road
Creekside Park and Community Center
3655 Old Topanga Canyon Road
Juan Bautista De Anza Park and Community Center
3701 Lost Hills Road at Las Virgenes Road
Gates Canyon Park
25801 Thousand Oaks Boulevard
Grape Arbor Park
Canwood and Parkville Streets
Wild Walnut Park
Mulholland Highway at Old Topanga Canyon Road

Neighborhood Parks:
Freedom Park
Parch and Balcony Streets
Highlands Park
Summit and Valley View Streets

Natural History and Nature Programs:
Lecture tours, Native American history, bird watching, day and night nature walks, and ecology studies are among the many learning opportunities offered to schools, groups and individuals through these local parks and institutions:
Cold Creek Docents
(818) 591-1701
Malibu Creek State Park Docents
(818) 889-6238
Mountains Restoration Trust
(818) 591-1701
National Park Service
(805) 370-2301
Soka University of America
(818) 880-6400
State Parks and Recreation
(818) 880-0350

Agoura Hills/ Calabasas Community Center
A community recreation facility in joint partnership with the City of Agoura Hills has a fitness center, rock climbing wall, gymnasium and a variety of instructional, recreational, social and cultural programs.
27040 Malibu Hills Road, Calabasas
(818) 880-2993

Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center
A community fitness facility offering swimming, tennis, exercise programs and classes. Private rooms and catering services are available to host special events, parties and meetings.
23400 Park Sorrento, Calabasas
(818) 222-2782

Headwaters Corner Interpretive Center
The office of Mountains Restoration Trust, a non-profit land trust, is part of the interpretive center that includes a regional and interpretive trail, a house dating back to homesteading times and a year round stream. The Center offers weekend educational programs, special events and restoration activities. Across from the Center on Mulholland Highway is Wild Walnut Park with hiking trails and picnic benches.
3815 Old Topanga Road, Calabasas.
(818) 591-1701

Malibu Creek State Park
One of the most scenic parks in the California State Park system, Malibu Creek State Park was the filming site of the M*A*S*H television series and Planet of Apes movie. MCSP has 4,000 acres with a waterfall and 15-mile stream, and offers hiking, fishing, horse trails, mountain bike trails and a campground. Ranger programs are year round. The visitor center is open on weekends.
1925 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas
(818) 880-0367

Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Visitor Center
The visitor center provides information on all outdoor recreation offered in the Santa Monica Mountains’ national and state parks and conservancy parklands. Maps, books and gift items are available for purchase. Local recreation includes horseback riding, back packing, hiking, mountain biking, camping, and outdoor nature programs.
401 Hillcrest Avenue, Thousand Oaks
(805) 370-2301