Wildwood Park comprises the largest contiguous open space unit in Thousand Oaks. Covering 1,731 acres, this open space area protects many important wildlife habitats and provides many opportunities for passive recreation. Trails provide access to most parts of Wildwood Park, and several picnic areas are located near Wildwood Creek. Almost all of the plant communities found in Thousand Oaks can be located in Wildwood Park, and the park supports several species of rare and endangered plants as well. Wildlife includes deer, bobcat, raccoon, coyote, opossum, gray fox, and mountain lion. Access is provided at the western terminus of Avenida de los Arboles, and at several neighborhood access points. Most of Wildwood Park is owned by the Conejo Recreation and Park District, with lesser amounts owned by COSCA.