Find the meeting or conference space your team has been searching for. Whether you’re looking to sink your toes in the sand after a brainstorm, catch a wave between meetings, or host an event at a full-service hotel, you’ll find it here.
Plan your most inspired meeting in Ventura County Coast, where affordable meeting spaces fulfill a combination of professional development and off-site team building.
Ventura County Coast is a string of four cities – Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura and Port Hueneme – located off Highway 101 between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.
With over 200,000 square feet of conference space, the region can accommodate groups from 10 to 1,000. Choose from beachfront venues, historic buildings and full-service hotel conference centers. Along with the amenities it offers to businesses, Ventura County Coast contains 22 miles of beaches, historic downtowns, a range of outdoor activities, award-winning wineries and farm-to-table restaurants.
When the day’s work is done, here’s the decision you’ll have to make: is your team in the mood for a chartered boat tour, a round of golf, sky diving, a trip to Channel Islands National Park, beach activities or beer and wine tasting?
Shop, golf and relax in Camarillo. Here, you’ll find the latest fashions at one of the nation’s best Premium Outlets, with brands like Banana Republic, Coach, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, Tommy Hilfiger and much more. Minutes down the road, visitors can savor the sights and smells of a delicious agricultural tradition and rediscover how sweet and inspiring fresh-picked fruits can taste.
For golf enthusiasts, Camarillo is a dream destination with incredible year-round weather and two pristine public golf courses. Those who simply want to relax and rejuvenate can enjoy indulgent spas, captivating art galleries and an enchanting old town brimming with history.
Ventura synthesizes surf culture, historic buildings and a bustling downtown scene to embody a true California getaway. Visitors to Ventura enjoy outdoor adventures, a lively arts scene and an oceanside proximity that makes it a chef’s paradise.
Get the whole team together at the Ventura Harbor for beach activities like surfing, kiteboarding or kayaking. Water enthusiasts will enjoy winter swells and summer whitecaps at Ventura’s beaches, but there are plenty of options for those who like to enjoy the surf culture from a distance. The oceanfront Ventura Promenade is a festive place to take a stroll or ride bikes.
In the casual seaside city of Oxnard, you’ll find an active boating harbor, the nation’s largest kosher winery, the Channel Islands Maritime Museum and a historic downtown bursting with multicultural flavors and architectural treasures. You’ll quickly discover why a tasty array of authentic Mexican cuisine and new eateries are putting Oxnard on the culinary map. In downtown Oxnard, Heritage Square is an amazing collection of magnificently restored homes and lushly landscaped gardens.
Oxnard’s harbor provides access to Channel Islands National Park, “America’s Galapagos.” The natural and cultural resources of its five different islands have been steadfastly preserved here and although it’s just a short boat trip away, these islands will have you feeling like you’re in a different world.
Stroll wide sandy beaches in Port Hueneme, a seaside community located between Oxnard and Ventura. Its original Chumash Indian name, Wenemu, means “resting place.” And it doesn’t take much time at the fifty-acre Hueneme Beach Park to discover that this city is a place for refreshing the mind and soul.
Port Hueneme Beach Park’s expansive sandy beaches, south-facing surfing waves, volleyball courts, and walkable beachside promenade promise satisfaction for every kind of beachgoer – sunbathers and surfers alike.
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No matter what Ventura County Coast city you are in, it will be a meeting to remember. Meet, eat, play, and meet again in Ventura County Coast.
Find the vibe for your next meeting at venturacountycoast.com/meetings.
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