Oak Park, California is the largest (2,600 acres) unincorporated community in Ventura County. The Chumash Indians originally settled in Oak Park and lived here for thousands of years prior to European contact. Officially established in the late 1960s, this sleepy hamlet was so far out in the ‘country’ that it was not uncommon for the local sheep farmers to graze their flocks along the main drag…Kanan Road. Nestled at the base of the Simi Hills, the Oak Park community has its own nationally acclaimed school district made up of 3 elementary schools (Brookside Elementary, Red Oak Elementary and Oak Hills Elementary), one middle school (Medea Creek Middle School), two high schools (Oak Park High School and Oak View High School), Oak Park Independent School and Oak Park Neighborhood School. The balance of residential housing and commercial needs has always been of great importance to preserving the small town feel of Oak Park as well as the importance of maintaining the coexistence of its inhabitance with the natural beauty that surrounds it. Oak Park boasts 10 public parks, 10 hiking trails, a community center with summertime splash pad and for those canine lovers…a large fenced dog park.
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