Oxnard Historic Farm Park - Oxnard
The Oxnard Historic Farm Park Foundation was established in 2002 to help develop a historic farm park on the .86 acre site designated as The Gottfried Maulhardt/Albert Pfeiler Farm Site – Ventura County Historical Landmark 165. The Farm Park includes two of the earliest structures built on the Oxnard Plain during the 1870s and now the oldest remaining buildings. Included is the Maulhardt Winery that was used to store the wine for the Santa Clara Chapel. Currently, the Farm Park has 60 vines taken from the Santa Cruz Island that date back to the 1880s. A small lemon and avocado orchard have been planted. Among the varieties of avocados includes the Daily-11 that produces a 5 pound fruit. The site also includes a 1890s carriage buckboard from the Friedrich family, one of the oldest lima bean threshers from the county dating back to the early 1900s and multiple sub plows and other farming implements from the area.