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Are there activities at CVD for kids under five?
Definitely! We have just the right size rides and age-appropriate entertainment.
Are dogs allowed at CVD?
Only seeing-eye dogs.
Is there a separate admission to the shows or concerts?
No. Your admission is good for all live entertainment. A VIP section is available for Chevy Metal, but the concert is free.
How do I get to CVD?
We’re just off the 23 Freeway on Janss Rd. in Thousand Oaks at Conejo Creek Park South.
What is the entry price?
Children 5 and under – free
Children: 6 – 12 – $5
How do I buy ride tickets?
Ride tickets are sold separately. If you plan on going on a lot of rides, your best bet is to buy all-day ride wristbands online (Thursday night and Sunday only). Wristbands are available online and at the gate.
Is alcohol served at CVD?
Yes, beer and wine. Thursday night is alcohol free.
Can I leave CVD and then return later that day without paying another entry fee?
Yes. You can leave and return the same day without paying another entry fee. Your hand will be stamped to allow you to return.
Is there a lost and found at CVD?
Contact the Sherriff’s Station at CVD or check with the souvenir booth.
I purchased a ride wristband online. Where can I pick up the wristband?
You can pick up wristband at the Will Call booth at the Main Gate. Make sure you bring your wristband voucher (printed when you purchased your wristband) with you. You may purchase additional ride or entry tickets at the Will Call booth.
Where can I pick up my child’s free Read & Ride ride tickets?
Read & Ride ride tickets can be picked up at RCS Carnival Information Booth inside CVD.
Are there ATMs at CVD?
Will there be a Whiskeroo contest this year?
Where can I buy this year’s CVD badge?
You can buy the 2015 badge (and CVD badges from previous years) for $1 at the CVD souvenir booth at CVD. We also sell sweatshirts and customized t-shirts.
How do nonprofit groups benefit from CVD?
More than two dozen local nonprofit groups and school organizations use CVD as their major fundraiser for the year. These groups run the food stands, man the ticket booths, help with trash clean up, organize CVD events, sell ride bracelets and volunteer for a host of other critical activities. They receive money from booth sales or by donations to their group from CVD. Without their support, CVD could not exist!
CVD GUEST POLICIES
All bags and backpacks are subject to a security search at the gate. No containers – including water and drink bottles – will be allowed into the event.
Conejo Valley Days reserves the right to photograph, videotape, or film our visitors, during the event, for self-promotional purposes. By entering the event, visitors consent to be photographed.
For safety reasons around and among the carnival rides NO DRONES will be allowed to fly over the CVD event site at any time.