Cities, Facts & Figures that Make Up Ventura County Coast.

Ventura County Coast is a string of communities rich in history, steeped in natural beauty and radiating warmth from welcoming people. The bounty of the land beckons visitors to experience life at a slower pace through days filled with enriching moments to revive the soul. The vibrant culture and fresh culinary spirit will lure those from near and far to be inspired to venture out. For travelers craving surf, sand, sunshine and shopping without the crowds and costs, Ventura County Coast delivers an idyllic coastal experience blending whimsical seaside attractions with contemporary culture – all conveniently located just an hour north of LA.  

Known as the gateway to the central coast, Ventura County Coast encompasses four bustling seaside cities with small-town charm: Ventura, Camarillo, Oxnard and Port Hueneme. Each city destination conveys the quintessential “California State of Mind” without breaking the bank.

Nestled between 22 miles of uninterrupted coastline and 125,000 acres of flourishing farmlands, this off-the-beaten-path locale offers pristine beaches and surf breaks, diverse natural attractions, plentiful shopping, outdoor activities and adventure, historic sites, a thriving arts and cultural scene, golf courses, farm-to-table dining and a lively mix of urban wineries and craft breweries.

A range of accommodations await solo travelers, families, couples, business groups and sports teams who venture out to this premiere SoCal destination. The Ventura County Lodging Association (VCLA) counts 70 hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, inns and RV parks that offer more than 5,000 guest rooms and 200,000 square feet of conference space. With a seasoned hospitality industry and value-minded, state-of-the-art facilities near waterfronts, golf courses, wineries, quaint Old Towns and bustling Main Streets, this ideal destination can accommodate up to 10,000 guests.

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