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Ventura County has a lot of wonderful places, but Oxnard is one of our favorites. Wheelhouse absolutely adores this casual, fun city, and we're a popular choice among locals who want premium relaxation. Haven't visited our dispensary just yet? Come on in, or let us deliver to you!

Marijuana Dispensary & Delivery in Oxnard

Oxnard is a bustling city west of Los Angeles, about an hour drive. This city is accessible from both the Pacific Coast Highway as well as the 101. Oxnard and its many sub-neighborhoods have a population of over 210,000 people. It's the 21st largest city in California, and has a population density of 7751 people per square mile. Wheelhouse's dispensary is located just a short ten minute drive from Oxnard, which makes us a super convenient and popular choice among locals. We know that being the biggest dispensary in all of Ventura County is no small feat, and Wheelhouse's dedication to high-quality products offered in a casual environment is what's made us established.

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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 Oxnard

Wheelhouse loves Oxnard, and we're certainly not alone in that sentiment. This city is the most populous city in Ventura County and the 19th most populous city in California. Part of the larger Greater Los Angeles area, Oxnard lies west of downtown Los Angeles. This beautiful area lies along the South Coast of California, embodying much of the classic California lifestyle. Originally a farm town with settlers who cultivated barley and lima beans, the area changed dramatically as railroads and industry emerged. Incorporated as a city in 1903, Oxnard has come a long way.

Gorgeous Views

There's no mistaking it: Oxnard is beautiful. It's ocean-front and sits along a gorgeous, sandy beach. Quintessentially Californian, Oxnard is lined with palm trees. Surrounding the city are scenic hills and mountains.

Heritage Square

One of Wheelhouse's favorite things about Oxnard is its Heritage Square. This estate has delightful gardens, large fountains, and original homes. Community festivities are often hosted here, as well as tours, weddings, wine tastings, concerts, and more.


An interesting fact about Oxnard is that it sports two automobile museums. The Murphy Auto Museum and Mullin Automotive Museum are both popular tourist attractions. Visitors can find these museums full of vintage cars, especially from the '20s and '30s.

Did you know that César Chávez lived in Oxnard?

Anyone who lives in California knows César Chávez. In fact, we celebrate him each year on March 31st, César Chávez Day. This farm worker, political activist, and union leader resided in Colonia, Oxnard in between his living in Arizona. He spent the greater portion of his life advocating for local farmworkers. He was dedicated to advocating on behalf of farmers' wages and compensation. He led marches, held boycotts, encouraged union contract signing, and even went on several hunger strikes in order to garner attention and support. César founded the National Farm Workers Association in 1962.

The office of the National Farm Workers Association, later named United Farm Workers, was just up the street from Chávez' family home through the late 1950s, in the La Colonia neighborhood. An Oxnard office branch of the United Farm Workers opened in 1966. It is because of him that the Oxnard neighborhoods played such a large role in the unifying of workers in the name of fairness and recognition.

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