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City of Port Hueneme
250 North Ventura Road
Port Hueneme, CA 93041

Monday -Thursday
7:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

Alternate Fridays
8:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m.
(closed every other Friday -
see Calendar for dates)

Ph: (805) 986 - 6500
City Parks

The City of Port Hueneme’s public facilities are for your enjoyment and the enjoyment of others.
Please be respectful of the following regulations:

City of Port Hueneme Municipal Code Section
4016     Park Hours: Open 6 AM to 10 PM
4007     No Alcoholic Beverages
4009     No Disturbances (Vulgar Language/Lewd Conduct/Loud Noises)
3436     No Amplified Sound
4014     No Solicitation or Peddling
4011     No Damaging of Flora, Trees, or Turf
3007     Dogs Must Be on a Continuously-Held Leash
3008     Remove and Dispose of Animal Waste

State of California Code Section
PC 647            No Loitering
H&S 104495    No Tobacco

Additionally, these are a few rules that apply to the beach and pier.

4016 Beach Park Hours:    Open 6 AM to 10 PM
Pier Hours:                           Open 24 Hours 
4007 No Alcoholic Beverages
4009 No Disturbances (Vulgar Language/Lewd Conduct/Loud Noises)
4206 No Motor Vehicles on Walkways or Beach
3436 No Amplified Sound
4306 No Overhead Casting from Pier
4310 No Jumping or Diving from Pier
4309 No Swimming/Surfing/Scuba Diving within 100 feet of Pier
3007 Dogs Must Be on a Continuously-Held Leash
3008 Remove and Dispose of Animal Waste
4008 No Animals on Sand (Seaward side of Pathways)
4010 No Fires Except in Designated Areas

Bolker Park (via Bolker Drive, from W. Channel Islands Blvd.) is a 4-acre neighborhood park containing children’s play equipment, picnic tables, and open grass area.

Bubbling Springs PlaygroundBubbling Springs (Bard Road and Park Ave.) is a 21-acre community park serving both as a passive neighborhood park and home to Port Hueneme Little League. Facilities include children’s play equipment, picnic sites, barbecue pits, public restrooms, 2-3 hardball fields, one t-ball field, concession building, and large open grass areas.

Bubbling Springs Recreational Corridor is a drainage control channel that includes landscaping and 7 acres of pathway system. The Bubbling Springs Recreation Corridor connects Bubbling Springs Park to Hueneme Beach Park and is a great place for a nice walk or bike ride.

Dewar Park (E. Scott Street and Market Street) is a mini park area consisting of landscaped seating area with a small plaza.

Hueneme Beach Park (E. Surfside Drive and S. Ventura Road) provides organized activities and special events, such as the Hueneme Beach Festival, seasonal Lifeguard service, and City sponsored Junior Lifeguard program. The 50-acre park contains picnic areas, barbecue pits, flag plaza, Flight 261 Memorial, sand volleyball courts, public restrooms, paid parking, and a snack bar building.The cost to park at the beach (in lots or on the street) is $2 per hour, or $8 for an all-day permit. Hourly and daily parking permits are sold at the vending machines located in Lots A-E and on Surfside Drive. Annual parking permits can be purchased at City Hall in July; the cost is $50 for residents, $100 for non-residents (pro-rated after July). Additional passes for vehicles registered to the same household are 50% off. Please call City Hall for more information on parking passes, at 986-6500.

Seasonal Lifeguard Staff    Lifeguard Pier Tower    Rescue Training

Basketball Courts at Moranda ParkMoranda Park (via Moranda Parkway or Surfside Drive, from E. Port Hueneme Road) is an 8-acre facility devoted to active and structured activities containing children’s play equipment, 8 tennis courts, 2 softball fields (1 lighted), 2 full basketball courts, multi-purpose building, and public restrooms.

Wene'Mu Park (E. Port Hueneme Road and Pelican Pointe Court) is a mini park with turf/landscaping, seating, and a small walking path.