This is a charming town with a fun main street, beaches, and outdoor activities. And free parking. There is something here for a day trip, one night, or two nights. Hotels are in every price range so check your favorite site for the best prices.
On Main Street you can browse through both thrift shops and upscale boutiques. And don’t miss the beautiful beaux arts city hall and the Mission San Bueanventura’s lovely garden. This area is completely walkable with restaurants that include 50s era burger places, Thai, Mexican, Italian, and cafes for a coffee break.
Eleven miles off shore are the Channel Islands National Park . As you know about the Frugal Diva, walking on the beach is enough of a hike. However for those who need to explore trips can be arranged through Island Packers, prices vary per season and type of excursion. This is a low-impact adventure and a chance to see sea lions and whales.
On the way home I wanted something fresh, interesting, and inexpensive. The perfect choice is Pho Saigon, 826 N Ventura Rd
Port Hueneme, CA 93041-2647, (805) 240-9334. A fantastic soup loaded with the protein of your choice, rice noodles and gobs of fresh vegetables. There are many great places in Oxnard so let me know your favorites.
Stop at the Camarillo Outlet Mall. They have added stores and sales are everywhere. Now that’s my kind of adventure.
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