Port Hueneme is a small beach city located in Ventura County in Southern California. The City of Camarillo, the Naval Base of Ventura County and the Santa Barbara Channel surround it. The word Hueneme is derived from a Spanish spelling of the Chumash Native American word, which means resting place, and it was discovered in October 1542. The Port city has a small population of only 21,723; it is a vastly popular city to visit and hang out.
The port is shared with Oxnard Harbor District and Naval Base Ventura County. The city is the only deep-water port between the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of San Francisco. It is a Shipping and Receiving point for several goods heading towards the Los Angeles basin. A variety of goods such as automobiles, pineapples and bananas along with several other agricultural products such as strawberries, onions and flowers come through this sport.
Hueneme has a great rich history of festival culture and every year since 1998 you can come enjoy the Hueneme Beach Festival. It is a two-day event that is held in late August which includes live music, attractions, rides, games and some of the best festival food available. This festival replace the harbor days Festival which ended in 2001 after 51 years of successful operations. Unfortunately this Harbor days Festival lack city support and ran into financial troubles such as increased fees for food handling, Insurance and licensing. You can find several photos of the festival at local history museums.
Cory Brandon Soper is respected an IT business professional working in the networking engineering and tech related industry. Cory is from the city of Camarillo in Southern California where he also works as an Owner, Network Systems Engineer, and a Public Relations Writer.