Beginning in 1966, W.A. and Janet Rothschild allowed Conejo Recreation and Park District to utilize the area known as Old Meadows Park under a license agreement, eventually giving the property to the District. Shortly thereafter, the District reconstructed the barn which was also donated by the Rothschilds and served as the District's administrative offices and Old Meadows Center in 1968. Located among many gorgeous oak trees, six acres of this 31-acre property is developed and is now home to the Therapeutic Recreation Unit and the Conejo Valley Therapeutic Advisory Council (
In August 2017, the meeting room and kitchen were completely renovated.
The park includes a one-of-a-kind "
The Rotary DreamCatcher Playground Project
The final phase of the DreamCatcher Playground project was completed in August 2017. A disability-sensitive playground, it incorporates unique features that cater to the special needs community and expands the existing "
The park is open daily from
For information regarding the Therapeutic Recreation Unit, including programs and hours, contact the Old Meadows Community Center
Map of Amenities (PDF)
|ADA Parking Stalls||3|
|BBQ Grills||1||First come/first served|
|Dance Studio||1||Capacity: 40|
|Kitchens||1||Refrigerator, sink, stove with oven|
|Meeting Rooms||1||Main hall and kitchen capacity: 75|
|Soccer Fields||1||Reservable; no lights|