Welcome To Moorpark

Moorpark is a small town north of Thousand Oaks, with a population just over 36,000. While it’s not technically part of the Conejo Valley, people who live here consider it to be.

Here you will find everything from townhomes to gated communities, including the Moorpark Country Club – featuring the area’s newest and largest homes surrounded by the highly acclaimed golf course, with breathtaking views that almost make you feel like you’re in Tuscany.

Moorpark is known for being safe and quiet, with a strong sense of community. Homes here are more affordable compared to other parts of the Conejo Valley. In Moorpark you’ll find newer builds, but they tend to be cookie cutter tract housing.

This neighborhood is a big draw for growing families, who want a beautiful home, a close knit community, and don’t mind being a bit removed from the cool shops and restaurants.

For commuters, Moorpark is one of the most convenient towns outside of Los Angeles. Because of it’s location near the 118 freeway, its quick and easy to get to the San Fernanodo Valley, Burbank, Hollywood, Downtown LA, and more. And with the newly renovated Metro Link Station, you don’t even have to drive!


Moorpark sits right where the 23 and 118 freeways connect. It’s bordered by Simi Valley to the east, Somis to the west, Thousand Oaks to the south, and Happy Camp Park which leads you to Fillmore to the north.

Home Styles In The Neighborhood

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Places of Interest

Moorpark is often referred to as a “bedroom community” meaning there isn’t much in town aside from the homes. This is starting to change as breweries, restaurants, and shops come in.  But in the meantime, you may have a little bit of a drive to neighboring towns for your favorite restaurants and shops.

Here are a couple spots worth a visit:

  • Moorpark Country Club – named “one of the best place to play” by Golf Digest
  • The Alley – The local hangout spot for Moorpark. Features a craft brewery, local winery, a family-owned coffee roastery, casual dining, and a 21+ crafting house (you can drink while you craft!). The beer and wine garden has a cool, industrial vibe and although dining options are limited, they often have food trucks on site. Kid and dog friendly (except for the Craft House)
  • America’s Teaching Zoo – a living classroom for students at Moorpark College studying The Exotic Animal Training and Management Program. This zoo is open to the public on weekends only.
  • Underwood Family Farms – families from all over the Conejo Valley and Los Angeles flock here for the spring and fall festivities. Feed the animals, pick your own produce, take a tractor ride, and so much more! This is a popular destination for school field trips.
  • High Street Arts Center – located in the historic part of Moorpark, this charming circa 1927 theatre showcases live theatre, classic movies, and more.


Moorpark has it’s own, highly regarded school district, Moorpark Unified School District. Similarly to other districts in the area, the schools are School of Choice, meaning you don’t have to attend the school you are assigned to based on your address.

Homes For Sale & Sold in The Neighborhood

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