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I love going to Oxnard state beach because it’s less crowded and much nicer beach compared to Venice, Malibu, Huntington, etc... It’s like going to a private beach without having to pay for entrance and parking.
Nice big beach. No crowds. Nice sand and lifeguards. Bathrooms at some locations. Free parking. No seaweed! Only downfall is no outdoor showers to wash off and strong undercurrent in ocean. Would come again for sure!
This was such a beautiful beach. It was not crowded at all. The sunsets were breathtaking. There was a log of some sort that had washed up on the beach which made a comfortable spot to sit on to watch the sunset. The photos are...More
We found this cool beach park near The Oxnard Marina. This place is great for walking your dog. Located very close to the beach you can walk right threw the park to the beach. There are walking pathways in and around the neighborhood and park....More
Where else can you have a big beautiful grass park to have a special party our BBQ on a beach with wheelchair access, one of the largest stretches of sand with dunes and a walking path for you and your furry kid? The Bomb!
Next to Embassy Suites and a very nice beach. Great for picnicking and swimming. If you get hungry or want a stiff drink the Embassy Suites has a bar and restaurant. Clean restrooms and picnic tables. There is a charge for parking.
What kind of open ended question is that? If you want to do it literally on the public beach without getting too elaborate, than my thought is that the cost would be zero for the use of the public beach. If you want to do it... More
What kind of open ended question is that? If you want to do it literally on the public beach without getting too elaborate, than my thought is that the cost would be zero for the use of the public beach. If you want to do it nicer you can check with the Mandalay beach resort/hotel which is right on the beach at Hollywood Beach. There are many weddings which take place there on the grass looking out on the beach/ocean.