Welcome to Newburry Park

A naturalist's paradise in the heart of California
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A healthy climate and wide open spaces are the hallmarks of Newbury Park. Outdoor lovers will appreciate the community's wide variety of natural recreational opportunities. With a bounty of hiking and biking trails, as well as spacious parks and striking mountain peaks, there's something perfect for any age and experience level. While the area is primarily residential, there are plenty of commercial spaces around the community as well, including plentiful shops, restaurants, and museums.

What to Love

  • Natural beauty and hiking trails
  • Friendly, welcoming, down-to-earth locals
  • Lots of great festivals
  • A vibrant artistic community
  • Boney Mountain

Local Lifestyle

The past, present, and future collide in Newbury Park. With the brand-new residential developments, Rancho Conejo Village and Dos Vientos Ranch, alongside many historic buildings and homes, there's much to draw the eye and inspire the spirit here. The community has experienced population growth, thanks to biotechnology firms and tech companies like Amgen and Baxter. The local lifestyle in Newbury Park is friendly and welcoming, with the down-to-earth locals able to help tourists navigate their way around the community. While the area is growing rapidly, Newbury Park retains the inviting, charming feel that it became well-known for. Residents enjoy spending time in the great outdoors as they explore the various trails that lead all the way to the beach through connections to the Rancho Potrero Open Space.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Delicious dining options abound in Newbury Park. Holdren's Steaks & Seafood is an American-style eatery that features an expansive menu with items like delectable steaks, seafood, and grilled chicken. Spumoni is an upscale Italian eatery that is well-known locally for its delicious plates of handmade pasta and many wine options.
When it comes to entertainment, there's a lot to explore in this historic community. The Stagecoach Inn Museum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in town. This immersive museum features memorabilia and exhibits from the 1800s. Belonging to the National Register of Historic Places, this historic inn serves as a community landmark.
The Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center will connect you to the culture of Newbury Park's past, while the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery hosts a wide variety of art exhibits and festivals throughout the year.

Things to Do

You'll enjoy many festivals, parades, and special events when you call Newbury Park home. The Thousand Oaks Art Festival is one of the most popular events in town, hosted by the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery. This festival gets you in touch with local artists and creators and their fantastic works of art, many of whom live right in the area. For even more inspiration, don’t miss the Spring Art & Crafts Festival at the Borchard Community Center, where over 100 artists showcase their original works and handmade crafts.
The annual Newbury Park Jazz Festival, held at Newbury Park High School’s performing arts center, is a highly-anticipated event that spotlights the work of local and national musicians through live performances and special events. This incredible festival has showcased several renowned jazz artists, including Grammy Award-Winner Gordon Goodwin, John Beasley, and Steven Houghton.
For nature enthusiasts, the Boney Mountains State Wilderness Area is the perfect destination. With many hiking trails nestled between mountain peaks and sand dunes, this spot is a great way to spend a few hours or an entire afternoon. The Rancho Potrero Open Space is a go-to recreation area, with hiking and equestrian trails alongside stunning vistas. Hope Nature Preserve, named after famed actor Bob Hope, is 360 beautiful acres of natural space with plentiful wildlife. The Arroyo Conejo Open Space Area is a must for anyone who loves experiencing the beauty of the California skyline, with lots of space for hiking or wilderness exploration.

Overview for Newbury Park, CA

56,692 people live in Newbury Park, where the median age is 46.2 and the average individual income is $54,346.87. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.



46.2 YEARS






Demographics and Employment Data for Newbury Park, CA

Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 56,692 people call Newbury Park home. The population density is 446.03 and the largest age group is between 25 and 64 years old. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.







49.5 / 50.5%



0-9: 12.13%

0-9 Years

10-17: 12.32%

10-17 Years

18-24: 8.02%

18-24 Years

25-64: 50%

25-64 Years

65-74: 9.95%

65-74 Years

75+: 7.58%

75+ Years


3% Less Than 9th Grade
28% Associate Degree
68% Bachelor Degree

Schools in Newbury Park, CA

All (9)
Primary Schools (6)
Middle Schools (1)
High Schools (1)
Mixed Schools (1)
The following schools are within or nearby Newbury Park. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
9th - 12th
K - 8th
Env Academy of Research Technical and Earth Scis
K - 5th
K - 5th
6th - 8th
K - 5th