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During the seventies and eighties, the now vacant Jungleland was used mostly as an informal skate and hangout spot by the locals.Despite "No Trespassing" signs being clearly posted, the former animal pools were cleaned out and used as skate board pits, outdoor informal concerts called "Jungleland Jamborees" were occasionally organized on the abandoned land, and the entire area became referred to as the "Jungleland Wasteland" by the diverse crowd that hung out on the old zoo grounds.Curious why such a strange sign was hanging on the back of the historic building, I of course asked our guide. Today the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza resides at the former site of Jungleland.
However, although several people claim this was the straw that broke Jungleland's back, in reality, Jungleland was already struggling financially to stay open as it competed against the much larger and newer amusement parks in Southern California.
It could be said that Jungleland helped create Thousand Oaks into the town it is today.
Visitors flocked to the zoo from all over, many discovering the area for the first time, and several later deciding to settle down there.
However, recently Irene Avila sent me an article from the Press Courier dated February 11th, 1970 in which it discusses a mysterious black panther that had been haunting the area for at "least ten years".
So perhaps there is some merit to the legends that the panther lurked around the area for quite awhile.