Brown’s Creek Bike Path

Simi Valley, California

Brown’s Creek Bike Path

Brown’s Creek Bike Path Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Brown’s Creek debouches into the Los Angeles River near Mason Ave. in the West San Fernando Valley community of Winnetka. The Brown’s Creek Bike Path is a relatively short bikeway that serves mainly as a Chatsworth neighborhood feeder for train commuters. Though the creek is entirely a concrete box channel, the bikeway features landscaping, mini-parks, benches, water, and 1970s-era bridges decorated with river rock at Rinaldi Street, Variel Street, and Chatsworth Street. The neighborhood retains a somewhat rural character with plenty of equestrian activity. The adjacent train depot features the tiny, folksy Museum of Chatsworth Transportation and Movie History, with historic photography and paraphernalia in the train waiting room. It’s open Monday through Friday, 6:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m."

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Simi Valley
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Down by the Los Angeles River

Trail Type
Best in dry season

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