TripAdvisor Reviews Surfside Motel Port Hueneme
Travel Blogs from Port Hueneme
... because compared to everywhere we have been so far you need to drive. The town was very cute and had lots of bars, restaurants and surf shops. Plus the beach had amazing surfing and an old board walk leading to a pier supported by higgledy piggledy wooden stilts with lots of people fishing from it or just watching the surfers set against the spectacular sunset. We stayed here on the powder sand to watch this beautiful sunset and surf several miles into ...
... home from the Rancho era - California Historical Landmark No. 115 that was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 - celebrates Ventura's Rancho and Latino heritage through weekend tours, seasonal school educational outreach programs and year round special events.
Dine, dance & delight to great performances at Ventura’s most historic party site! Put on your dancing shoes and enjoy nine Saturday nights of summer magic "dancing ...
... peace time and war. They built the huge base at Cubi Point in the Philippines and the extensive facilities at remote Diego Garcia, while also working around the world from Antarctica to the plains of Greece. They also worked underwater around the world as Seabee divers accomplished critically needed underwater construction. Seabees and CEC officers fought in an even larger effort, the CEC officers have continued in the tradition begun over 130 years ago ...
... looks like it will continue to be a another memorable vacation.
Hueneme is a harbor town and beach village Port Hueneme has a south-facing sand
beach, known for its surfing. The beach stretches eastward about a mile from
the harbor and the naval base and includes a wooden fishing pier. There are
also picnic tables and barbecue grills.
City is surrounded by the city of Oxnard in Ventura County, California. Over
After almost a year-long delay, post Bruce's retirement from the government last June, we finally launched our dream of traveling the country in our 5th wheel. Unexpected trips, medical check-ups, RV maintenance and purchasing a new truck kept us off the road. Having lived in the RV park at Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach for a little over three years, it was difficult to leave good friends we had met during our stay. We finally departed for points north on ...