Quality Inn & Suites
984 W. Ventura Blvd.
Camarillo, CA 93010
Phone: (805) 987-4188
Fax: (805) 987-3450
Camarillo Ranch House is located in a 4.5-acre ranch called the Camarillo Ranch. The most imposing structure in the ranch is a Victorian era house which was once the residence of Adolfo Camarillo, the founder of the city. Inside you can take a look into the life of the camarillo family, old photographs, details of the resoration of the house among other things. With a style that resembles the tastes of the period between 1914 and 1930, this quaint residence is quite a delight to the eye. The ranch is now a popular location for prominent community events, weddings, receptions, film shoots, etc. You can hunt for souvenirs at the on site gift shop. The home can host a reception to around 80 guests. Tours are organized every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, check website for more details.
The Camarillo Library resembles an exotic palace, which is sure to make your browsing a fun and relaxing event. Be sure to contact the library for special events and activities hosted there.
A community-focused teaching and learning facility that offers a wide range of multilingual services, cultural programs, and universal access to information through a great selection of books, reference materials, and computer access.
This unique block consists of 15 original and replicated historical turn-of-the-century buildings which are set in a lushly landscaped setting. These beautiful buildings serve as an up-to-date setting for professional offices, a visitor center, community theatre, weddings, meetings, and special events. Guided tours are available on Saturdays.
Nestled on the Californian coast is the beautiful and panoramic Channel Islands Harbor which was developed between the years 1960 and 1970. Spread across 310 acres of land and water, the harbor comprises of residential establishments, restaurants and parks on the west side, administrative centers, boat yards, and shops on the east and hotels, apartments and condos on the peninsula. Besides, you can also enjoy various other attractions comprising of boat rides, scuba diving, island trips and kayaking and host events on special cruises. The beaches located on the harbor are also a center for activities for tourists and locals alike. Call or visit their website for more information.
The Point Hueneme Lighthouse is a monumental lighthouse site that dates back to as long as 1874. The site was first lit in 1941. It stands located on the southeast entrance to the Santa Barbara Channel, in the Ventura County in California. A structure constructed from concrete. It towers a good 48 foot (15 meters) in its height. It also house various exhibits that engage the visitors.
Escape from your fast paced world and spend the day riding in ease with Wheel Fun Rentals, located in the luxurious oceanfront Embassy Suites Mandalay Beach Resort. They are open to the public and have a variety of cycles, ensuring there is something for everyone. Enjoy the scenery as you take the family on a ride along the beach bike path.
Nestled in the heart of the Channel Islands Harbor, this marina offers a wide variety of interests, such as yacht sales, kayak rentals, harbor excursions, overnight island camping trips, viewing of California marine life, and some of the best whale watching all year-round.
Olivas Adobe was constructed on lands of the Rancho San Miguel. Between 1841 and 1899, the adobe structure was the residence of Don Raymundo Olivas and his family. This estate that was added to the National Register of Historic Places is said to be haunted and is popular as Ventura's haunted spot.
Ventura College strives to provide the society with a young and creative workforce through their high-standard education system. This college imparts the required knowledge and values as well as encourages innovative ideas from students. Besides this, the establishment also organizes lectures, athletic events and performing arts (arts held at the Ventura College Theatre). The most awaited of these are the Students Award Exhibition, Dance Department Concert, String Interest Interpretation Workshop and Orchestra Rhapsody. All in all, an institute where students, faculty and parents enjoy the most memorable academic years.
Located along the foothills in Ventura, this 132 acre lush green space is a popular stop-over for social gatherings. You can find families having picnics and barbecue parties while the kids play around in Arroyo Verde Park. The park is home to some of the most rare species on earth: mountain lions, rattlesnakes, posion oaks among others. The nature center and restrooms in this park are a welcome respite from the jam-packed city life. The adventurous and sporty kinds can try the hiking trails conducted by the park authorities. All in all, a perfect place for relaxation and entertainment.
The Thomas Gould Jr. House is located at Ventura, California. This historic house was designed by Henry Mather Greene in American Craftsman style of architecture. It was built in 1924 C.E and was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on December 23, 2005.