Introduction to Ojai, California
Ojai was named after the Indian term meaning "moon." The Chumash Native Americans originally inhabited the area. It was originally known as Nordhoff. It adopted its current name in 1917. Ojai was incorporated as a city in 1921.
Ojai and nearby Attractions
- California Oil Museum
- Stagecoach Inn Museum
- Gull Wings Children's Museum
- Rincon Beach County Park
- Point Mugu State Park
- Lookout County Park
Things To Do In Ojai
Local parks include the Malibu Creek State Park, the Arroyo Burro Beach County Park, Rincon Beach County Park and Point Mugu State Park. The Ojai Church of Christ, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and the Wesleyan Church of Ojai Valley are the local churches. The Soule Golf Course is nearby as well.
Los Angeles International is the nearest major airport
Ojai Higher Education
The World University of America, Oxnard College and Ventura College are some of the local colleges and universities.