6 Must-Do Spring Activities in Simi Valley 2024

Spring is in the air, and along with it comes a packed schedule of events and weather so perfect you’ll always want to be outside. As the flowers bloom and the weather warms up, there’s no shortage of exciting activities to enjoy. Simi Valley’s got a little something for everyone, whether you’re all about nature, fascinated by history, or just looking for some family fun. Here are six top activities to add to your spring bucket list!

  1. Take a Wildflower Hike

Experience the beauty of spring in full bloom by taking on a wildflower hike in Simi Valley. Nestled in a stunning valley, the hiking trails here give you some seriously Instagram-worthy views of Simi. Popular trails include Hummingbird where you can explore a cave or the 2.5 mile long Chumash Park trail that extends to the top of the Rocky Peak. Keep an eye out for native wildflowers like the eye-catching California Poppies and Desert Dandelions, and don’t forget to bring your camera to capture the breathtaking views.

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  1. Attend The Little House on the Prairie’s 50th Anniversary Cast Reunion & Festival

Celebrate a beloved classic with The Little House on the Prairie’s 50th Anniversary Cast Reunion & Festival. Join fellow fans for a nostalgic trip down memory lane as you meet cast members, enjoy live entertainment, and participate in fun activities inspired by the iconic TV show. It’s a must-visit event for fans of all ages.

  1. Visit the Reagan Library

One of the few indoor activities on this list, in case of a rare rainy day! Starting March 15, drop by the Reagan Library & Museum’s latest exhibit, Star Wars and SDI: Defending America and the Galaxy. A fun and informative exhibit all about Star Wars – both the real-world Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) technology and items from the hit film series. The exhibition will include original items from SDI including an authentic Command Launch Equipment Console, as well as props, costumes, and concept art from the Star Wars franchise .And don’t miss the opportunity to stroll through the beautiful gardens and enjoy panoramic views of the Simi Valley landscape.

  1. Bike the Arroyo Simi Bike Path

Get active and explore the scenic beauty of Simi Valley by biking the Arroyo Simi Bike Path. The trail offers miles of paved pathways, perfect for cyclists of all skill levels. Pedal your way through parks, neighborhoods, and natural habitats and soak in some of the prettiest green spaces Simi has to offer. Parts of this picturesque trail have recently been updated and some sections are under construction, so visit the parks and recreation website for the latest information.

  1. Easter Festival at Underwood Farms

Springtime is egg-citing for the whole gang at the at Underwood Farms Easter Festival! The festival runs from March 16-April 7. In addition to games, wagon rides, and a labyrinth, the festival is packed with photo opportunities, including a chance to get your photo taken with the Easter Bunny. Plus, get the chance to cuddle baby ducks, rabbits, and more!

  1. Take Photos of Spring Flowers at the Strathearn Historical Park and Museum

Home to manicured flower gardens and historic buildings, there’s no better place to capture the beauty of springtime than at Strathearn Historical Park and Museum. Stroll through the tranquil, open air museum grounds and admire the vibrant spring flowers in full bloom. Don’t forget to bring your camera or smartphone along and capture some amazing shots to remember your visit!

Whether you’re looking to immerse yourself in nature, explore history, or simply enjoy some family-friendly fun, Simi Valley has you covered. So, grab your hiking boots, bike, or Easter basket, and get ready to make some unforgettable memories in Simi Valley this spring!

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