How to Armchair Travel to Oxnard, California

Oxnard, CA – Travel virtually to the Southern California beach destination of Oxnard, California, without ever leaving the comfort of home.

Armchair travel is a phrase coined for a virtual sensory experience that takes people to faraway places without leaving home. It is especially relevant for those self-isolating at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. While we fulfill our responsibility to society and do our part to prevent the spread of the virus, we find ways to escape our living rooms through hobbies, entertainment and virtual travel. Without further ado, here are a few virtual experiences of our favorite city that you can enjoy.

Oxnard Hotels Virtual Experience: Move your device from left to right and up to down, in a 360-degree manner. These virtual reality videos are live on YouTube and will have you feeling like you’re standing in the lobby for check-in, dipping your toes into the pool and getting ready to rest your head on a nice fluffy pillow. Feeling relaxed yet?

Channel Islands National Park Webcam: Typically, incredible views of the Channel Islands National Park‘s iconic symbol Arch Rock, seabird rookeries and historic lighthouse, as well as the ocean life and sea conditions at the landing cove and nearby waters, can be streamed 24/7 on the Anacapa Island Webcam. Currently, this webcam is down due to crane construction on Anacapa Island. Once the construction is complete, the webcam will be reinstalled. In the meantime, armchair travelers can enjoy highlights from the webcam by clicking through their 98-minute long livecam highlights video.

Mullin Automotive Museum Instagram Live Stream: Join free live stream collection tours of Mullin Automotive Museum every Tuesday at 10am PST (unless otherwise noted). Live streams occur on Instagram Live and are meant to be viewed on a smartphone through the Instagram app. Live streams are also available for rewatch on Instagram stories for 24 hours after the broadcast.

We look forward to welcoming you to Oxnard eventually. Until then, we’ll see you through your screen. For more information, go to