Camarillo is a city located within Ventura County. This elongated city stretches along the 101, and has the 34 running perpendicularly, cutting the city in half. This long-standing town has a rich history that is preserved in the area's cultural monuments. Camarillo has a population of approximately 70,000, and its population density is much higher than the California and national averages. Wheelhouse loves Camarillo for its stunning beauty and proximity to both the ocean and mountains. This peaceful and relaxing town has made it a popular place to live, and it's easy to see why. Ready to make it more relaxing? Take a short drive over to Wheelhouse, or let our delivery service do the driving for you.View Deals
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Camarillo is a beautiful city with a rich and long culture. Wheelhouse loves Camarillo for how well it has maintained a preservation of its history, as well demonstrated by their historical societies and museums. Located inland of the beaches Ventura County is more known for, this area is filled with greenery and, subsequently, outdoorsy people. The residents here enjoy many open spaces, like Nancy Bush park, Calleguas Creek Park, Pepper Tree Playfield, and Camarillo Grove Park. Of course, Wheelhouse's favorite part about Camarillo is the people. Residents here are friendly, easy-going, and always welcoming, which is why we adore serving them.
Camarillo's growth was originally slow, and had been inhabited by the Chumash Indians for thousands of years. After, Mexican explorers arrived. Because of this unique background, the stunning architecture of Camarillo reflects a diverse community.
The Pleasant Valley Historical Society and Museum is right along Las Posas Road. This local history exhibit has artifacts related to the region. There's a beautiful gallery, as well as a gazebo and botanical garden.
Part of what makes Camarillo so unique is its melting pot of cultures that have existed for so long, and the city was actually named to preserve the heritage of the California natives of Hispanic ancestry.
Did you know that Camarillo is known for its horse breed?
In the early 1820s, ranchos were established in California by allied Mexico. The city of Camarillo was originally part of José Pedro Ruiz' rancho, Rancho Calleguas, in 1837. Later, the grant was sold to Juan Camarillo. He had two sons, Adolfo and Juan. The brothers were credited with the founding of the town that bears their name. However, brother Adolfo did more than just establish a city. He also bred Camarillo White Horses in the 1920s all the way through the 1960s. These horses are extremely rare, and are known for their elegant, pure white color.
Founded off a single sire, or male horse, Adolfo grew the line into one privately owned and bred by the Camarillo family. Everyone in the area knew him for his riding of these horses. Adolfo would often dress them in traditional, colorful Spanish attire. He even rode them in local festivities, like parades and the Fiesta of Santa Barbara.