Bridle Path is an equestrian neighborhood rising above southwestern Simi Valley in Ventura County. It is one of the first neighborhoods in Simi Valley. Simi Valley is one of Southern California’s fastest growing cities. Excellent infrastructure is being set in place. Simi Valley also continually ranks high on the list of America’s safest cities. Developed before many hillside ordinances were set in place, Bridle Path is perched above the valley floor, resulting in panoramic city views. Bridle Path is comprised of 630 homes with lot sizes from 1/2 acre to over 10 acres. The homes were built in four phases, with two architectural styles: single story ranch homes & two story "barn" homes. Residents of the neighborhood enjoy a 1700 acre "mountain park" for equine and pedestrian activities. There are 15 miles of trails, 7 arenas, and 2 round pens for public use. Split rail fences, sandy bridle paths and tree lined streets are reminiscent of a Norman Rockwell painting. Similar to much of suburbia throughout the U.S, you will find many residents walking the dog...here in Bridle Path just as routine as dog-walking; you will find residents "walking the horse". Residents have strict orders to keep the trees along the bridle paths in front of their homes trimmed to allow safe passage of horse & rider. There is a terrific community feel as residents receive a monthly newsletter, enjoy family barbeques, and moonlight rides, organized by members of the community. It's no wonder American Quarter Horse Association dubs Bridle Path as the community whose motto is: "Home is where the horse is".