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Channel View Park Beach

Sandee - Channel View Park Beach
Sandee - Channel View Park Beach
Sandee - Channel View Park Beach
Sandee - Channel View Park Beach
Sandee - Channel View Park Beach
Sandee - Channel View Park Beach
Sandee - Channel View Park Beach

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Overview

Located in the city of Oxnard, Channel View Park Beach is a half-mile long and wide beach that is a part of a park named Channel View Park. Channel View Park Beach is situated on the north and south side of the entrance to Channel Islands Harbor and Hollywood Beach respectively. Channel View Park Beach is a great and very safe swimming spot as there is a breakwater in front of the harbor entrance that protects it from the big ocean waves. Channel View Park Beach welcomes dogs on-leash before 9 am and after 5 pm.

Amenities

Channel View Park Beach offers many amenities including picnic tables, benches, volleyball courts, and dunes – these dunes act as a natural habitat for the western snowy plover and nesting site for least tern birds.

Activities

There are many fun activities at Channel View Park Beach including swimming, birdwatching, picnicking, beach walking, and sunbathing.

Parking

Getting to Channel View Park Beach is easy – the park’s free parking lot is situated at 3377 Harbor Boulevard and is within walking distance to the beach. Visitors can also use the free parking spots available along Ocean Drive.

Attractions

If you are looking for nearby attractions, there are many options within a 25-minute drive of Channel View Park Beach. Point Dume is a beautiful and large promontory that projects into the Pacific Ocean and forms the northern end of Santa Monica Bay. Point Dume offers an incredible view and is a fantastic place for Instagram-worthy pictures – it is a perfect spot for hiking, especially for beginners because of its natural climbing wall with moderate single-pitch rock climbing routes. Spread across 1,000 acres on the Saddleback Ranch, Malibu Wine Safaris features wine tastings, a visit to the ancient Chumash cave paintings, and safari trips to see zebras, camels, alpacas, bison, and a giraffe named Stanley. Heal the Bay Aquarium, also known as the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, is a short drive down Pacific Coast Highway and offers educational programs, and events to spread awareness for marine conservation, pollution prevention, and environmental education to over 100,000 visitors every year. Another great attraction near Channel View Park Beach is Paramount Ranch, a national park with several hiking trails through chaparral, riparian, and valley oak savannah plant communities, multi-use trails for mountain bikers, and wildlife sightings that include red-tailed hawks, acorn woodpeckers, blue heron, and deer. Paramount Ranch has been featured as an old western town in many famed Hollywood movies and television series, most notably Caught in the Draft, The Lake House, and Westworld.

Restaurants

If you get hungry, there are many restaurants within a 15-minute drive of Channel View Park Beach. The upscale restaurant Geoffrey’s has a great view of the Pacific Ocean and was mentioned in "The 100 Most Scenic Restaurants in the US" by Business Insider. If you love Italian food, Spruzzo Restaurant & Bar offers pizza, pasta, sandwiches, cocktails, drinks, and desserts. Another awesome restaurant near Channel View Park Beach is Neptune’s Net, a biker-bar-cum-restaurant that has been featured in films, television series, and games, including Iron Man 3, The Fast and the Furious, Gossip Girl, and GTA 5.

Hotels

If you are looking for a hotel near Channel View Park Beach, you can drive 30-minutes to the upscale Jet Luxury Resorts Malibu Estate that sits on an acre of oceanfront land and has many amenities including a pool, spa with waterfalls, tennis court, basketball court, and wine cellar. Holiday Inn Express Port Hueneme is a pet-friendly 3-Star hotel with a pool, bar, spa, and fitness center. If you are looking for affordable hotels near Channel View Park Beach, the pet-friendly Malibu Country Inn has a pool and an outdoor fireplace, and the 2-Star hotel Native allows pets and provides hiking tours.

Basic Details

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    Top Traveler Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Surf through our FAQs to help you find your perfect beach!

    Does Channel View Park Beach have parking? If so, is it free or paid?

    Yes, this Beach provides free parking at the entrance, although spaces are limited. Visitors can also find street parking nearby for easy access to the beach.

    Does Channel View Park Beach have lifeguards?

    No, this Beach does not have lifeguards monitoring the beach - please be careful when swimming on this beach.

    Is Channel View Park Beach a family-friendly beach?

    No, this Beach is not family-friendly and does not have restrooms, lifeguards, and nearby food.

    Is Channel View Park Beach good for swimming?

    Yes, this Beach boasts excellent swimming conditions, attracting swimmers of all skill levels with its gentle waves and clear waters.

    Does Channel View Park Beach have restrooms?

    No, this Beach does not have restrooms on or near the beach.

    Is Channel View Park Beach a nude beach?

    No, this Beach maintains a family-friendly atmosphere and does not allow nude bathing.

    Is there food near Channel View Park Beach?

    Yes, this Beach has multiple restaurant options near or on the beach.

    What are the activities at Channel View Park Beach?

    No, this Beach is not known for any activities in particular.

    Does Channel View Park Beach have accommodations for people with disabilities?

    No, this Beach does not have accommodations for people with disabilities.

    Is Channel View Park Beach a dog-friendly beach?

    Yes, bring your dog with you to this Beach!

    Is Channel View Park Beach good for surfing?

    No, this Beach is not generally considered to be good for surfing.

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