Walk, jog, bike, skateboard or even horseback ride on this flat, multi-use path in Simi Valley.
Did you know that bikes are allowed on all Metrolink train cars, and each train car is designed to hold three bikes? There’s also special “Bike Cars” which are designed to hold nine bikes on its lower level. Metrolink’s bike friendly cars are the perfect way to explore bike paths such as the Arroyo Simi Bike Path in Simi Valley, Ventura County.
This 7-mile path is also referred to as the Arroyo Simi Greenway and traverses along both sides of the Arroyo Simi Flood Control Channel from East to West. It’s a generally flat trail Los Angeles some portions of the path have even been recently upgraded. Phase one included an upgrade of two miles of trail access as well as interpretive exhibit signs and site amenities and phase two included a section of newly paved trail, the installation of three new trail entries, the installation of three primary and two secondary gateway monument signs, and the installation of three signalized crossings for safety.
There are interpretive and directional signage at various points along the trail to guide riders and walkers who aren’t as familiar with the terrain. Another “can’t miss” point on this trail is at the Rancho Simi Community Park where there’s a duck pond to stop over and make some new friends.
Molly O., Writer
Molly is a writer and content creator currently residing in Los Angeles, California with a professional background working in travel, hospitality and tourism PR. In her role supporting content creation and media relations at Metrolink, Molly writes about activities Metrolink riders can enjoy in the surrounding Greater LA area and works with the Metrolink communications team on ideating and implementing media relations strategies.
Simi Valley, CA 93065
Website: Arroyo Simi Bike Path