Corriganville Park walk
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L.A. Walk: Corriganville Park in Simi Valley

Corriganville Park walk

1-The parking lot is the starting point for the Corriganville Park hike.

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Corriganville Park walk

2. Start walking straight ahead at Corriganville Park, following the “Interpretative Trail" signs directing you to Camp Rotary.

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Corriganville Park walk

An sign at Corriganville Park points out a rock with a blasting hole for a train tunnel. **3. Note the various interpretative signs, indicating special plants, historical moments and scenes where movies and TV shows were once shot here.**

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Corriganville Park walk

This oak grove at Corriganville Park was named Sherwood Forest after the 1950s television series “Robin Hood” was filmed here. **4. Bear left when the trail splits, walking toward a group of public toilets and a shaded picnic area.**

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Corriganville Park walk

5. Next to the picnic area, turn 90 degrees left. Follow the trail as it descends slightly, and then bends to the left. Head for a sign on the right saying Corriganville Park.

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Corriganville Park walk

6. Look for a drinking fountain and an outdoor amphitheater on the left, as the trail gets steeper.

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Simi Valley residents Zach and Carissa Wilburn hike by the outdoor amphitheater at Corriganville Park. 

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Corriganville Park walk

The view of the Simi Valley hills looking south from the saddle at Corriganville Park. **7. At the saddle, where the trail flattens, turn left. Continue turning left as you follow the trail around the side of the mountain. Tread carefully as the trail is a little steep here.**

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Wild grass at Corriganville Park. 

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SIMI VALLEY, CA - APRIL 1, 2017: Yuan and Brandon Ryan, of Reseda, hike through an oak grove by a gully at Corriganville Park. **8. As the flattens and widens, bear gently left, following a wide flat dirt path that parallels a gully on the right. Note more interpretative signs here – for movies, and TV shows from the cowboy era..** (Michael Owen Baker / For The Times)

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An interpretive sign points out the rock formations at Corriganville Park.

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Corriganville Park walk

Jessica Combs, from left, her sister Ashley Combs and Cassie Deagon with her dog Rose, hike by an oak grove at Corriganville Park.

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An oak grove by a gully at Corriganville Park. 

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Corriganville Park walk

Kenny Rogers, of Cypress, hikes by an oak grove beneath rock formations at Corriganville Park. 

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An interpretive sign points out a location that was used for filming.

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A dam in the gully was used to make “Robin Hood Lake” for filming. **9. When you return to the Corriganville Park sign, bear right, and follow the path back to Camp Rotary.**

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Corriganville Park walk

Jose Rodriguez, center, tries to get the attention of his dog Tommy as his wife Lorena Rodriguez takes a picture. **10. Turn right at Camp Rotary’s shaded picnic area, and retrace your steps back to the parking area.**

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