Often extra tennis balls are strewn about all over this park. There is a water fountain available here without the need for a dog bowl. Proof of vaccinations is required for entry, so you know everyone has had their shots at Conejo Creek Dog Park.
Be wary of the Conejo Creek Dog Park closures. They are not often, but someone unaware could easily find themselves showing up to a park that has been closed down. They close every Thursday morning for a few hours and every third Thursday of the month for the entirety of the day.
The Conejo Creek Dog Park is lit and is open for night use. There is plenty of parking available, dog bags and watering stations placed throughout. There is plenty of shade in the form of pavilions that stand over picnic tables and benches.
Adjacent to the Conejo Creek Dog Park is the Wildwood Regional Park. Wildwood Regional Park is a large nature reserve with abundant hiking trails in a beautiful forest biome. Your canine is allowed to walk with you through the hiking trails and path in the Wildwood Regional Park.
However this park is not a secure fenced location, you also have bikers, and runners who use these trails and your canine could take chase or frighten someone into falling off their bike. Overall, at the Conejo Creek Dog Park and the Wildwood Regional Park, you could certainly find plenty of ways to wear out a canine with some extra energy.