Westlake Village is a city that feels like a vacation, especially with their beautiful signature lake that sits in the middle of their community. We at Wheelhouse couldn't be happier to serve such a friendly place filled with incredible people, a rich history, and so much to do!
Westlake Village is a city named after its largest development, the master-planned community of Westlake Village. Unlike most of the places we serve, Westlake Village isn't actually in Ventura County. Instead, it resides in Los Angeles County, with its western border in Ventura. Originally part of Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village was annexed in 1981. This beautiful area is small, with just around 8,000 residents. Taking a drive around this scenic city with its subdivisions, lakes, and view of the Santa Monica Mountains is an absolute must, and we'd love for you to stop by Wheelhouse along the way. And if you can't make it, don't worry: our marijuana delivery services deliver to Westlake Village!View Deals
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At Wheelhouse, we love all of the customers we serve in Ventura County and surrounding areas. However, something about Westlake Village just stands out! Developed in 1963 by the American-Hawaiian Steamship Company partnered with Prudential Insurance, Westlake was designed to be a "city in the country." It was originally part of both Ventura County and the city of Thousand Oaks, but was annexed from both when it became independent. Today, Westlake Village describes itself as a place with award-winning neighborhoods, thriving businesses, and enviable lifestyles. It's become recognized as one of America's most successful suburbs, and we'd have to agree!
There are no words to describe the beauty of Westlake Village. Surrounded by open space, this town is planned with a stunning lake in the middle and pretty views of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
Parks & Recreation
Westlake Village is known as a hotspot for those who enjoy hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking, and camping. Westlake offers numerous parks to visit including Canyon Oaks, Foxfield, Russell Ranch, and more.
Westlake was originally inhabited by the Chumash Indians over 3,000 years ago. The town has on-going excavations, archaeological sites, and polychrome rock paintings to learn more about its past, and honors its past in city history.
Did you know that Westlake Village is famous?
While Westlake Village is beautiful, this cozy little town of just 8,000 residents isn't one you'd expect to see on the big screen. However, tiny Westlake Village is home to a number of big celebrities, and has actually been the film site for numerous movies and television shows. A walk around town will likely have you bumping into someone you've watched act in a favorite movie or show. Actors like James Cavizel, Mariel Hemingway, Kathryn Joosten, Martin Lawrence, Kim Richards, Mickey Rooney, George C. Scott, Robert Young, and even Will Smith reside here.
Moreover, the vast acreage of the town features rising knolls, arroyos, barrancas, and ancient oaks. Such scenery has made it the backdrop for movies "Robin Hood," "King Rat," "Laredo," “American Pie,” and “Bridesmaids.” Additionally, paying close attention to certain episodes from television shows like "Tarzan," "Buck Rogers," "Gunsmoke," and "Bonanza" will show off some of Westlake Village's most notable areas.