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Ventura County

Beautiful Ventura County is located approximately 40 miles north of downtown Los Angeles. The Ventura County Line runs along the gorgeous southern California coast and deep into the Los Padres National Forest and is bordered by Santa Barbara County to the North and Malibu (Los Angeles County) in the South.  Known for its mild coastal climate, friendly community atmosphere, cultural diversity, abundant agriculture, excellent schools, and low crime statistics, Ventura County is truly a magnificent place to call home!

If you're interested in an appealing mixture of rural and suburban lifestyles where you can discover magnificent beaches, dramatic mountains, stunning open spaces, gentle rolling hills, creeks, miles of hiking and biking trails in addition to abundant city life and lots of smiling faces, then Ventura County may be right for you! Most of the cities in Ventura County host ongoing community events such as concerts in the park, 4th of July firework celebrations, beach cleanup events, festivals and much more.

It’s no wonder so many Ventura County natives choose to remain throughout their whole life!


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ventura_County, California



Fun Things To Do In Ventura County

Shopping on eclectic Main Street in downtown Ventura or at the famous Camarillo Outlets.  Hiking on the many State Park trails.  Camping at the State Beach Campgrounds.  Sailing or kayaking through the marina and harbors.  Taking in the gorgeous scenery traveling along the bike paths.  Picnicking with friends at one of the many concerts in the park.  Spending time with furry friends at one of many dog parks.  Enjoying a leisurely day at the beach. BBQ gatherings at a local park. Wine tasting and tours. Concerts at the historic Ventura Theatre. Enjoy live music at a local restaurant. Dancing. Public or Private course golfing. Absorbing the arts and culture.  Taking in a play at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Visiting local farmers markets. Whale watching or sailing to nearby Channel Islands.  Laughing at the local comedy club.  Surfing.  Ice skating in the winter months.  Having a great time at the many ongoing festivals throughout the County! See below for some fun links...