Always Something to Do Here

There’s always something to do, see, feel, experience, and enjoy in Camarillo and our neighboring communities. We invite you to take a closer look at some of our most captivating, informative, and popular attractions here. You can also learn more on the official Visit Camarillo site.

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Local Amenities

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Old Town Camarillo

Take a short trip and embark on a journey back through time when you visit Old Town Camarillo. The vibrant heart of the old Camarillo “town site” as it was first envisioned in 1910, Old Town offers an array of inviting restaurants and charming boutique shops.

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Camarillo Farmers Market

Every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon in Old Town Camarillo, the volunteer-driven Camarillo Farmers Market offers a wide range of food, findings and fun from local and regional vendors. As a California Certified Farmers Market (CFM), the Camarillo Farmers Market is a step above most markets. In addition to high-quality food, jewelry, artwork, gifts, music, and more can always be found and enjoyed here.


Camarillo Premium Outlets

One of the L.A. area’s most popular shopping destinations, Camarillo Premium Outlets is conveniently located off Highway 101 and features 160 high-quality stores, including Banana Republic, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, and more. There’s also an array of food and dining options available at this convenient and family-friendly destination.

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Pleasant Valley Historical Society Museum

Home to special exhibits and a wealth of history and information, Pleasant Valley Historical Society Museum tells the story of Camarillo—from prehistoric times to today’s city. There’s also a beautiful botanical garden to enjoy on the grounds.

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Camarillo Ranch

This 19th century home and ranch once owned by Camarillo’s founders sits on 4.5 acres, at the intersection of rustic charm and Victorian elegance. The Ranch boasts a rich history and today can host up to 1,000 guests for unforgettable weddings, corporate and social events, and more. You can also tour the 15-room 1892 Queen Anne Victorian home of Adolfo Camarillo.

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Camarillo Airport

Camarillo Airport is a public airport located just three miles west of the central business district of Camarillo. The airport has one runway and serves privately operated aviation and executive aircraft. There is no scheduled commercial service available, but visitors can embark on private plane rides, skydiving, and unique dining experiences.

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Camarillo Station

Camarillo’s busy passenger train station is served by Amtrak’s Pacific Surfliner from San Luis Obispo to San Diego and Metrolink’s Ventura County Line from Los Angeles Union Station to Montalvo.

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This is a wonderful (and ongoing) project to bring Ventura County’s only children’s museum to life. KidSTREAM’s mission is to give kids the space and engaging activities they need to explore, play, and discover.

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World War II Aviation Museum

The all-volunteer Commemorative Air Force-Southern California Wing is dedicated not only to restoring, maintaining, and flying historical combat aircraft, they want to share the legacy down through generations. A visit to the CAF museum preserves hundreds of artifacts and tells the story of American combat planes – and their brave pilots -- through the 20th century.

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Camarillo Public Library

This library is nothing short of stunning. From the Spanish-style architecture to the colorful mosaics gilding the interior walls, being inside can make you feel like you are in a quiet temple of knowledge and imagination. Don’t miss the children’s section.

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SCIArts (Studio Channel Islands)

Located in a retired elementary school, the nonprofit known locally as SCIArts brings together artists and the community together to experience the transformative power of art. Enjoy the gallery spaces or check the calendar of upcoming outreach events.

Golf Courses

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Spanish Hills Golf & Country Club

Spanish Hills Golf & Country Club lets you take on the challenge of a championship-level, 18-hole golf course designed by Robert E. Cupp—while also enjoying the tranquility of panoramic views of Ventura County. In addition to the 6,750-yard, par-71 course, there’s a full-service, fully-stocked pro shop here.

Las Posas Country Club

Las Posas Country Club

If you’re looking for a truly historic golf course in Camarillo, Las Posas Country Club fits your game. The 6,410-yard, par-71, 18-hole Lawrence Hughes-designed private course debuted in 1955, but many modern features and amenities have been added since. Practice facilities include a turf driving range with a state-of-the-art synthetic tee area.

Sterling Hills Golf Club

Sterling Hills Golf Course

Billed as a “hidden jewel” in Camarillo, Sterling Hills Golf Course offers 18 holes of challenging-yet-exhilerating golf, nestled serenely within lush avocado and citrus groves. Recently re-landscaped, Sterling Hills is also known as an excellent value play for golf in Ventura County, accessible to golfers of various skill levels.

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Camarillo Springs Golf Course

A scenic course boasting 50-plus years of history, Camarillo Springs Golf Course unfolds at the scenic foothills of the Conejo Mountains. The 18-hole, par-72 public course was creatively designed by Ted Robinson and debuted in 1970. Today it offers an affordable and invigorating outing, along with a pro shop and driving range.

Camarillo is a gateway to so much more, check out all the terrific things to see and do nearby.