Shopping

Incredible    shopping    experience    at    over    160      outlet      stores,      including:      Armani,      Banana        Republic    Factory    Store,    Barneys    New        York, Coach,    Cole    Haan,    J.Crew,    Kenneth        Cole, Lucky    Brand,    Last        Call    by    Neiman        Marcus, Nike,   Polo   Ralph   Lauren,   Saks      Fifth   Avenue   Off 5th, Tommy Hilfiger, Tory  Burch and more.

Schools

Camarillo   is   a   family   oriented   community   with   a great   emphasis   on   children's   activities,   such   as Boys   and   Girls   Club,   Boy   Scout   and   Girl   Scout troops,   Y-Guides   and   Indian   Maidens   to   name   a few.  4-H   is   a   wonderfully   enriching   county   program that   teaches   children   the   value   and   responsibility of raising livestock. Visit   Pleasant   Valley   School   District's      web   site for school information.
Once   the   original   Rancho   Calleguas,   the   ranch   was   one   of   the   last   of   the Mexican   land   grants.   Mexican   Governor Alvarado   gave   Jose   Pedro   Ruiz the   land   in   1837.   Juan   Camarillo   obtained   the   Rancho   from   the   Ruiz family    in    1875.    At    Juan’s    death,    his    eldest    son,    Adolfo    Camarillo assumed operation of the ranch at the age of 16. Successfully operating   the   ranch   for   68   years,   Adolfo   was   fondly   referred   to   as   the “Last   Spanish   Don”,   and   the   City   of Camarillo is named after him.
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Joan Osborne of Re/Max Gold Coast Realtors 601 E. Daily Dr. Suite 102 Camarillo, CA 93012 office:  805.484.1326

About Camarillo

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Camarillo   is   away   from   the   hustle   and   congestion   of   Los   Angeles,   yet within   an   hour's   drive   to   Los   Angeles   International   Airport,   Camarillo offers ideal living and working conditions. Camarillo   enjoys   a   reputation   as   a   preferred   location   for   high-tech,   retail and    specialty    businesses.    Consistently    ranked    as    one    of    the    safest communities   in      Ventura   County,   Camarillo’s   location   midway   between Los   Angeles   and   Santa      Barbara   is   ideal   for   families   who   want   to   take advantage    of    the    region’s    amenities        while    living    in    an    affordable, prospering    community.    These    are    just    a    few    of    the        reasons    why Camarillo is the best place to Live, Work, and Play! History Camarillo   is   named   for   Adolfo   and   Juan   Camarillo,   two      of   the   few California   (pre-1848   California   natives   of      Hispanic   ancestry)   to   preserve the   city's   heritage   after      the   arrival   of   Anglo   settlers.   As   with   most   cities in  Ventura County, it is noted for its resistance to new development. Old    Town    on    Ventura    Blvd    provides    charming    shopping    and    dining alternatives   for   visitors   and   is   also   the   site   of   weekly   Farmer   Markets.     City parking  is plentiful and free.
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Library What's at the Camarillo library: Children's area with storytelling room Homework center for K-8 Young adult and adult reading areas Public computers Computer training center.
Camarillo     is     away     from     the hustle    and    congestion    of    Los Angeles,    yet    within    an    hour's drive         to         Los        Angeles International   Airport,    Camarillo offers   ideal   living   and   working conditions. Camarillo    enjoys    a    reputation as   a   preferred   location   for   high- tech,       retail       and       specialty businesses.              Consistently ranked    as    one    of    the    safest communities       in              Ventura County,      Camarillo’s      location midway    between    Los   Angeles and   Santa      Barbara   is   ideal   for families     who     want     to     take advantage      of      the      region’s amenities        while    living    in    an affordable,                  prospering community.    These    are    just    a few     of     the          reasons     why Camarillo   is   the   best   place   to Live, Work, and Play!

History

Camarillo   is   named   for   Adolfo and   Juan   Camarillo,   two      of   the few         California         (pre-1848 California   natives   of      Hispanic ancestry)   to   preserve   the   city's heritage    after        the    arrival    of Anglo    settlers.    As    with    most cities   in      Ventura   County,   it   is noted   for   its   resistance   to   new development. Old     Town     on     Ventura     Blvd provides     charming     shopping and      dining      alternatives      for visitors   and   is   also   the   site   of weekly    Farmer    Markets.        City parking  is plentiful and free.

Shopping

Incredible   shopping   experience   at over   160      outlet   stores,   including: Armani,   Banana      Republic   Factory Store,   Barneys   New      York,   Coach, Cole   Haan,   J.Crew,   Kenneth      Cole, Lucky   Brand,   Last      Call   by   Neiman     Marcus,   Nike,   Polo   Ralph   Lauren, Saks      Fifth Avenue   Off   5th,   Tommy Hilfiger, Tory  Burch and more.

Schools

Camarillo     is     a     family     oriented community   with   a   great   emphasis on    children's    activities,    such    as Boys    and    Girls    Club,    Boy    Scout and    Girl    Scout    troops,    Y-Guides and Indian Maidens to name a few.  4-H     is     a     wonderfully     enriching county      program      that      teaches children         the         value         and responsibility of raising livestock. Visit     Pleasant     Valley     School District's        web    site    for    school information.
Area Services 
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Camarillo Ranch House

Once   the   original   Rancho   Calleguas,   the   ranch was   one   of   the   last   of   the   Mexican   land   grants. Mexican   Governor   Alvarado   gave   Jose   Pedro Ruiz   the   land   in   1837.   Juan   Camarillo   obtained the   Rancho   from   the   Ruiz   family   in   1875.   At Juan’s   death,   his   eldest   son,   Adolfo   Camarillo assumed   operation   of   the   ranch   at   the   age of 16. Successfully operating   the   ranch   for   68   years, Adolfo   was   fondly   referred   to   as   the “Last Spanish Don”, and the City of Camarillo is named after him.
Joan   Osborne   of   Re/Max   Gold   Coast Realtors 601 E. Daily Dr. Suite 102 Camarillo, CA 93012 office:  805.484.1326

About Camarillo

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Library What's at the Camarillo library: Children's area with storytelling room Homework center for K-8 Young adult and adult reading areas Public computers Computer training center.