The Thousand Oaks Teen Center has been serving the recreational needs of the adolescents of Thousand Oaks and the neighboring regions for over 30 years. Through carefully developed partnerships with the City of Thousand Oaks, the Conejo Valley Unified School District, and local businesses, teens’ ties with their neighborhoods are reinforced. They are administered by the Conejo Recreation & Park District, and municipal taxes support them.
The Teen Center is situated off the 23 highway, two doors down from the Thousand Oaks Library, and across the street from the Conejo Creek South Playfields in lovely Thousand Oaks, California (MAP). They are 14,000 square feet of fun for teenagers. Basketball, volleyball, computer games, billiards, ping pong, and many more activities are available. While you’re here, free lockers are available to keep your items; ask a service member for a lock. In addition, they provide free WiFi throughout the premises!
The Conejo Recreation and Park District administer the Alex Fiore Thousand Oaks Teen Center, which the City of Thousand Oaks sponsors. In October 1989, the facility initially opened its doors to the general public, teenagers. Tens of thousands of teens have taken advantage of the many recreational opportunities available to them.
The Teen Center is an excellent facility that includes a gymnasium, a soundproof music room, a computer lab, and a gaming area that is 1700 square feet in size and provides blacklight air hockey, foosball, vintage arcade games, vending machines, and many 4K televisions with the most up-to-date video game platforms. On-site amenities include schools, offices, a catering facility, and a dining area.
The Teen Center is the place to be if you are in grades 7 through 12, including high school. The program consists of a comprehensive range of exceptional special events, including live concerts, dances, drop-in recreation, leagues, excursions, educational seminars, surf and sports camps, recreational courses, educational seminars, drop-in entertainment, tours, and more. Visit them so that you may have a look at their beautiful facilities, talk to their excellent staff, and go over the many program options they have. They are here to assist.
The Conejo Recreation & Park District and the Conejo Valley Unified School District have teamed together to support this versatile community social service initiative. Outreach workers are specifically trained to seek out and meet the needs of non-involved and difficult-to-reach kids. All youth in grades 7 through 12 are eligible for this program, which is free.
- Youths’ Online/Virtual Support with Kindness
- Programming for recreation and enrichment
- Online Workshops on Life Skills
- Online Job Skill Development
- Referral Services in the Community
- Program for bike donation (Cycles for Success)