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There are many places we adore in Ventura County, but Moorpark is definitely one of our favorites. Founded in 1900, Moorpark is now one of the fastest-growing cities in the whole county. We love serving this expanding town, and meeting all of the new people who end up visiting Wheelhouse!

Marijuana Dispensary & Delivery in Moorpark

Moorpark is a city located within Ventura County. It sits along the 118, with the 23 running perpendicularly to cut the city in half. The town is named after the Moorpark apricot, which used to grow in the area. While it no longer does, the apricot flower remains on the town's seal and flag. Before its founding in 1900, Moorpark both officially and unofficially went by the names of Epworth, Fremontville, Penrose, Fairview, and Little Simi. On June 1st of 1900, an application for a post office was submitted and the rest is history! We couldn't be happier to serve the town of Moorpark and all its residents with our marijuana dispensary and delivery services.

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Cannabis Deals

Wheelhouse is premium cannabis made local, but our high-quality doesn't equate to high prices. We offer frequent deals on a wide range of products, so you can try something new every time you stop by. We also have discounts for students, seniors, veterans, new members, and referrals.

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Cannabis Products

Variety and quality: what more could you ask for? Wheelhouse offers a great selection of cannabis options. No matter which is your favorite, you'll always be getting premium products, guaranteed.

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Come Say Hello

Wheelhouse is welcoming, and we love having visitors. We're the largest dispensary in the county, but also consider ourselves one of the friendliest. Swing by, say hello, and get to meet our budtenders in-store.

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Why We Love Moorpark

Of all the cities we serve, Moorpark is among the best. There are so many reasons to love Moorpark, and at Wheelhouse, we simply can't choose our favorite! One of Moorpark's greatest features is its variety of sightseeing spots and things to do. Visiting the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, The Ronald Reagan Museum, Underwood Family Farms, or America's Teaching Zoo are great ways to spend the day. The city also offers many swanky eateries and neat places to shop, like Moorpark Plaza and Mission Bell Plaza. It's because of all this that we're so proud to continue serving the lovely residents of Moorpark each and every day with marijuana dispensary and delivery services.

Parks & Recreation

Situated just north of Thousand Oaks, Moorpark is home to plenty of nature preserves and interesting parks. Among them are Arroyo Vista Community Park, Monte Vista Nature Park, Miller Park, and the historic Happy Camp Canyon

Moorpark College

A well-loved part of Moorpark is Moorpark College, a public community college established in 1967. The college has over 13,000 students and is well-known for its Exotic Animal Training and Management center. Go Raiders!

Rich History

Moorpark sits on the former home of the Chumash Native Americans. One of the villages, known as Quimisac, was located in what's now the town's Happy Camp Canyon Regional Park. Moorpark still honors this part of its history today.

Did you know about Egg City?

Just north of Moorpark in 1961, a man by the name of Julius Goldman founded the largest chicken ranch in the United States (at the time) and called it Egg City. It also had a large hatchery that sat next to one of the deepest and largest privately owned wells in the entire country. Millions of chicken were raised here, and the main office building had a giant chicken statue atop it. Moorpark residents slightly detested the acres of concrete chicken coops, as the smell wafted into town on windier days.

In 1972, Egg City experienced a devastating setback: millions of chickens needed to be slaughtered due to threats of Newcastle Disease, a dangerous avian disease transmissible to humans. Surprisingly, this was not the end of Egg City, and the farm continued on for another 24 years. There was some time after where you could visit abandoned Egg City, but in 2006, the rest of its "dilapidated remains" burned down.

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