In Ventura County, an area well known for preserving history, the Camarillo Ranch (built in 1875) remains in the namesake town, Camarillo. Our accommodations near Old Town Boulevard, an updated area known for its shops and cafes, makes it easy to enjoy local historic sites like the Queen Anne Victorian home on the ranch. Fans of Native American and natural history can dig back a bit further into the past and roam the caverns of Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park, just outside of nearby Santa Barbara.
Located north of your hotel in Camarillo, Los Padres National Forest offers over a thousand miles of groomed trails, providing exploration opportunities for the seasoned and recreational hiker alike.
Camarillo Premium Outlets, one of the largest of its kind in California, offers our Camarillo hotel guests a near-endless selection of the latest products.
Peruse the art in the nearby Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard; inside are George Hurrell’s Hollywood portraits from the 1930s and 1940s, and an expansive collection of California’s 20th-century art. While in Oxnard, cruise the area’s pristine beaches––the shores here are just as beautiful as other California areas, but are usually far less crowded!