Wings Over Camarillo is an annual celebration, run by Camarillo Wings Association (CWA) at Camarillo Airport over a weekend in late August. The main action takes place in the air, featuring over 80 aircraft, which include vintage jets, transport planes, WWII fighters, and bombers. Besides, you can take advantage of public access to airplanes and pilots.
In addition to the air displays, the fun-packed program on the ground includes a classic car show, a veterans hangar, a reenactment camp, vendors, and other family-friendly entertainment. If you're into science, technology, engineering, and math, make sure to visit the STEM Pavilion too.
The gates to Wings Over Camarillo are open from 9 am to 7 pm, with flight demonstrations starting at noon. More information on the schedule and the tickets, as well as the latest updates, is available on the official website (see External Resources below.)
Camarillo Airport is tucked in Camarillo, Ventura County. The venue is just roughly a one hour drive from Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and Long Beach. Each of these places offers plenty of options for your stay in California. Explore the map below to discover some of the best accommodations thereabout.