A population of over 120,000 in the city of Thousand Oaks means you’re bound to find some people you adore there, and this certainly true for Wheelhouse. Our dispensary feels lucky to serve such a large and diverse community with a variety of products and delivery services.
Camarillo is a city located within Ventura County. This elongated city stretches along the 101, Of all the cities located in Ventura County, Thousand Oaks is the second largest. It sits northwest of the Greater Los Angeles area, and its population forms the core of Conejo Valley. Despite having large geographical portions of neighboring cities Westlake Village and Newbury Park annexed from its land in the late 1960s and 1970s, Thousands Oaks is home to over 127,000 people. With sweeping hills and valleys, nature preserves and farms, and so much influence, the city of Thousand Oaks is one we love. Take a tour of the city and soak up the scenery by driving around, and don't forget to swing by Wheelhouse's dispensary for a visit when you do!View 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.View Deals
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.Order Now
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One of the things we love about Thousand Oaks is that this city seems to have something for everybody no matter what their interests are! Their Civic Arts Plaza is known for hosting live events like theatre performances, concerts, speakers, and comedians. There are a number of libraries, including the Grant R. Brimhall Library and the Newbury Park Branch Library. City facilities include the Los Robles Greens Golf Course, Teen Center, and the Senior & Adult Center, giving everyone the chance to gather and have fun with peers. Of course, of all the things Thousand Oaks offers, our most favorite aspect is the people.
Located northeast of Point Mugu State Park and northwest of Malibu Creek State Park, Thousand Oaks has plenty of beautiful outdoors spaces to enjoy. Take a hike along trails like Paradise Falls, or walk through the Coneja Valley Botanic Garden!
Thousand Oaks is built upon land that was once owned by the Chumash Indians. They honor this rich culture with their Chumash Indian Museum, which features exhibits and guided hikes through a 432-acre park.
Civic Arts Plaza
Thousand Oaks features a Bank of American Performing Arts Center, better known as the Civic Arts Plaza. It's one of the largest performing arts centers between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and features concerts and live acts.
Did you know that many movies were made here?
Simply put, you wouldn't believe the number of movies and films shot in Thousand Oaks. Due to its close proximity to the studios of Hollywood and Thousand Oaks' signature nice weather, it's the perfect place to make a movie happen. All of the following movies were made here: "It Happened One Night," "Hollywood or Bust," "Welcome to Hard Times," "Spartacus," "Wuthering Heights," "Dodge City," "The Rifleman," "The Grapes of Wrath," "Duel in the Sun," "The Big Valley," "Wagon Train," and most recently, "We Bought a Zoo."
But the list doesn't end there! Thousand Oaks can also be seen in popular television series such as True Blood, Monk, Bones, and on-going Criminal Minds. The biggest spots for filming include Thousand Oaks Boulevard, the hills of California Lutheran University, Ventura Farms (previously Deerwood Stock Farm), Greenfield Ranch, JMJ Ranch, Wildwood Regional Park, and more. Of course, some of Thousand Oaks' beautiful homes have been features as well, such as the Hidden Valley home in "It's Complicated."