Ventura Ranch KOA
Ventura Ranch KOA
We are a year round 76 acre resort nestled in Heritage Valley at thefoot of Ventura County’s highest mountain, Topa Topa. Enjoy cleanfresh air as well as a forest setting close to a cascading stream.Quiet, lots of wildlife, views, clear star lit nights and only 15minutes from the ocean. We are just off the scenic highway toward theresort communities of Ojai and Santa Barbara. We offer accommodationsfrom rustic to deluxe! We have glamour tent sites and primitive (noelectric) tent sites, most with lots of shade and close to water,restrooms and showers. Our authentic style tipis come partly furnishedwith a queen and twin matress on frames, along with an additional mat,plus wicker chairs to sleep four.Two additional mats are available fora fee.Be sure to bring all bedding and camping supplies. Water isnearby, restrooms and showers are a short walk away. Bring flashlightsand lanterns as there is no electricity. We also have large, shady RVpull-thrus and patio sites all with 50/30 amp service! Fully furnishedlodges come complete with linens, towels, kitchen supplies, full sizeappliances, 38′ flat screen TV’s, DVD player, central heat/air and anoversized deck with a gas BBQ grill. We even provide you with your ownfire ring and seating. Lodges can accommodate up to six guests.Improvements are happening thoughout the park, so pardon us while weare renovating, building and upgrading our buildings, sites andamenities to make this your favorite campground! Our activities forchildren and familes is growing too as we wait for our pool to bedesigned and built. You can still remain busy making fun memories witharts and crafts, bike rentals, our huge jumping pillow, rock climbingtower, visitng the Santa Paula creek watering hole, horseshoes, zipline, nature and bird walks plus our historical and fun; In Search ofBigfoot Night Adventure walk.
From Hwy. 126 take the 10th Street/Hwy. 150 exit into Santa Paula.Continue through the city of Santa Paula, approximately5 miles northtowards Ojia. Stay in the right lane, towards Ojai,as 10th Street/Hwy.150 splits. At the second Steckel County Park entrance, make a righton Mupu Road, and a right on Pine Grove Road. Proceed to KOA entrance.