Bridle Path, Simi Valley, California
The area was developed in the mid-1970s, during one of Simi Valley's housing development booms. The equestrian community is one of few areas within the city that is zoned for residents to keep horses on their property,
The Bridle Path Homeowners Association (HOA) includes owners of the 630 homes within the original community. Nearby neighborhoods along First Street to Fitzgerald Road are sometimes identified as part of the Bridle Path neighborhood.
In November 2018, most of the Bridle Path Mountain Park was burned during the Woolsey Fire. Areas of Bridle Path were placed under voluntary evacuation, while nearby neighborhoods of Wood Ranch and Long Canyon were placed under mandatory evacuation.
There also are public parks and open-spaces in the area, including Coyote Hills Park, Chumash Park, and Wood Ranch Open Space. The expansive Cheeseboro and Palo Comado Canyon open space park is to the south, via the Montgomery Fire Road. Simi Peak is located within it.
The Bridle Path community is adjacent to notable Simi Hills wildlife corridors that have an abundance of wildlife species. They include bobcats, mountain lions, skunks, ducks, opossums, deer, raptors, rabbits, coyotes, grey foxes, barn owls, rattle snakes, American bull frogs, and other fauna of Simi Valley.
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- United States National Park Service (1991). Cheeseboro Canyon: Environmental Impact Statement. Northwestern University. Pages 229 and 239.
- "Above It All : Bridle Path: Residents cherish the hilly Simi Valley community's rural character, but an animal dispute threatens the tranquillity". latimes.
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- NPS: Cheeseboro and Palo Comado Canyon park Homepage
- NPS: Cheeseboro and Palo Comado Canyon park trails info + map
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