Mission Oaks Park

5501 Mission Oaks Boulevard
Mission Oaks Boulevard & Oak Canyon

Reserve This Beautiful Park Today

Are you looking to host a softball tournament, family picnic, birthday party, business retreat or something else outdoors? This park is one of the District's most reserved facilities due to its natural beauty, ample open space, new playground, tennis courts, picnic shelters and great parking. A portion of this large park is also used as an "off leash" area for dogs. If you're looking for outdoor fun and recreation, look no further - check out this park!

Dog - Off Leash Area:

The off leash area is located along Fieldcrest.
Monday - Friday: 4pm-Dusk; Saturday - Sunday: Dawn-Dusk
Be Water Wise! We have a beautiful drinking fountain in this park, please be respectful of our drought conditions and use only what you need. Please do not allow the fountain to overflow.

NOTE: The off-leash area will be closed for turf restoration from  June 1 to June 29 (certain areas may remain closed after June 29 to ensure proper growth). Though there is not a fence around the off-leash area, we will post signs reminding everyone that the turf area is closed for rest.  Please continue to enjoy the park, but stay on the walkway and not on the turf. We will be reseeding, applying fertilizer, topsoil, aerifying and other items to keep the park looking nice. During this time, please use Camarillo Grove Park or Springville Dog Park. All other District parks still require your dog to be leashed. We appreciate your cooperation in keeping our parks beautiful.

  • See a map for designated off-leash area. Please be considerate of others and do not allow your dog to be off-leash outside the designated times and locatio. This area is located along Fieldcrest near the school. Please do not allow your dog to run off leash in any other area of this park - including, but not limited to the playground, softball fields, picnic shelters and other open space. Thank you for your understanding.
  • Looking for another location to exercise your pooch? Check out the Springville Dog Park or the Camarillo Grove Dog Park.
  • Thank you to the Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks  (FCDP)for your donation of benches, a kiosk and a beautiful new drinking fountain to this off leash area! If you are looking for additional ways to donate to our dog parks, contact the Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks at www.camarillodogparks.com . Upcoming fundraisers are listed on their website.
  • Rattlesnake Avoidance Training sponsored by Friends of Camarillo Dog Parks (FCDP) will take place on Saturday and Sunday August 13 & 14 at Camarillo Grove Park. If you are interested please register early as this event usually sells out. Contact FCDP to reserve your spot today!


  • Three lighted softball fields (home of the Camarillo Girls Softball Association
  • Three picnic shelters capable of accommodating 180 people (Picnic Shelter Map)
  • Six lighted tennis courts
  • Newly renovated Playground (June 2012)
  • Lighted walkways and benches
  • BBQ grills
  • Restrooms
  • Concession stand and drinking fountain
  • Grass volleyball poles (bring your own net, lines and a ball)
  • Designated Off-leash dog area (located along Fieldcrest)
  • Multipurpose fields
  • Expanded parking

For detailed information on reserving this or other facilities and rental fees, visit our Reservations page.