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Camarillo Ranch House

Immerse yourself in another era when you enjoy this 19th-century style Victorian house's docent-guided tours.

Back and side view of the Camarillo Ranch House.
Red Barn at the Camarillo Ranch House
The sitting room at the Camarillo Ranch House
View from the front of the Victorian Camarillo Ranch House.


Architects Herman Anlauf and Franklin Ward designed this 14-room Queen Anne Victorian home for Adolfo Camarillo. He had the home built as a romantic gesture to his new bride, Isabel. In 1892, the Camarillo family moved into the ranch house, where generations of Camarillos gathered with their families and neighbors to gather and celebrate.

Today, the Camarillo Ranch House still features original fixtures, fireplaces, windows, and more. Visitors can explore this splendidly preserved house, as well as its 4.5-acre surroundings, consisting of gardens and the ranch’s original barn and stables. With the docent to guide and share stories about this historic location, this destination offers visitors a change of pace and an opportunity to experience another era.

How To Get There

  • Take the Metrolink Ventura County Line to Camarillo Station
  • Take a rideshare/taxi 1.1 miles to destination

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Molly O., Writer

Molly is a writer and content creator currently residing in Los Angeles, California with a professional background working in travel, hospitality and tourism PR. In her role supporting content creation and media relations at Metrolink, Molly writes about activities Metrolink riders can enjoy in the surrounding Greater LA area and works with the Metrolink communications team on ideating and implementing media relations strategies.

Photos: John Mueller



201 Camarillo Ranch Rd.
Camarillo, CA 93012

(805) 389-8182

Camarillo Ranch