Come camp in the beautiful California hills---relax away from the city and enjoy the fun we have at the Ventura Ranch KOA!
The Ventura Ranch KOA is a 76-acre campground nestled at the foot of Ventura County's highest mountain, Topa Topa. Enjoy nature, wildlife, gorgeous views, and clear star-lit nights. We are just off the scenic highway, 7 miles between Santa Paula and Ojai.
We offer five types of accommodations, from the very rustic to deluxe!
- Tent sites (no electricity)
- RV sites (Full and partial hook ups, no cable for TV)
- Teepee's (no electricity)
- Conestoga Wagons
- Safari Tents
- Cabins (No cable or TVs)
PLEASE, NO SAME DAY RESERVATIONS FOR CABINS, TEEPEES, CONESTOGA WAGONS OR SAFARI TENTS
Our activities are fun for children and families! You will be busy making fun memories with arts and crafts, our huge jumping pillow, swing set / playground area, rock climbing tower, gem mining, visiting the Bigfoot Watering Hole, or relaxing by our beautiful pool. (Some activities are currently closed due to COVID-19)
General Check in for RVs and Tents is 2:00pm - Check Out is 11:00am
All Cabins, TeePees and Safari Tents Check In is 3:00pm - Check Out is 11:00am
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cabins, Tipi's, Glamour tents require at least a 7 day cancellation or reservation change (by 4pm 7 days prior) or deposit is forfeited. Otherwise, there is only a $10 cancellation fee charged. RVs, Tents require at least a 48 hour cancellation or reservation change (by 4 pm 48 hours prior) or deposit is forfeited. Otherwise, there is only a $10 cancellation fee charged. NO TENTS ALLOWED ON RV SITES
If you are inviting people to visit your site, please be aware of the following rules:
All visitors must stop at the front office and register their vehicle and everyone coming into the park. There is a $10 charge per person (Max of 6 visitors per campsite). Children under 3 are free. The car pass you are assigned must be clearly displayed at the front of the vehicle at all times. All visitors must leave by 8pm, when our campground quiet hours begin. Visitors in the park must abide by the same rules as overnight guests.