McGrath State Beach is a secured shoreline stop situated on the south bank of the mouth of Santa Clara River in the city of Oxnard, California. McGrath State Beach is a standout amongst other winged creature watching zones in California, with the rich riverbanks of the Santa Clara River and sand hills along the shore. Camping destinations are accessible. Two miles of shoreline give surfing and angling openings. Visitors come to visit this place from all over the world with their friends and family members. You can also come to visit, explore and experience this place more.
Mandalay Beach Park which is about a mile downcast shoreline stroll from the recreation center or a bicycle ride along Harbor Blvd. Found south of Ventura on Harbor Bouled, the shoreline is on the Pacific Coast Bicycle Route and the California Coastal Trail. The park overlies the profitable West Montalvo Oil Field and oil wells are in a fenced in area simply behind the shoreline that are worked by Venoco, Inc., and inclination bore into the seaward piece of the field. Somewhat more remote downcast is the Mandalay Generating Station – the stack is effortlessly noticeable from the shoreline – claimed by Reliant Energy.