It is renowned in Oxnard for its immaculate stands and classic atmosphere.
Peter W. Mullin, an automobile lover who converted his pastime into a museum, founded it.
It is a broad stretch of soft sand that is dotted with pretty flowers, palm trees, and romantically rolling dunes.
Its purpose is to exhibit the top works of art produced in the California region.
The viewing platform at the edge of Channel Islands Harbor is a distinguishing feature of the beach.
It is more like a collection of old buildings that are all in one location rather than a square per se.
If you want to spend some time in Oxnard on or near the ocean, this is the place to go.