7 Most Affordable Beach Vacations After Labor Day

If you’re planning a summer beach trip, chances are you’re not the only one with that idea. Summer’s the prime time to catch some waves, lay out in the sun, and take a dip in the ocean. But unfortunately, this increased popularity means many of the more popular beaches get crowded and fees — from parking to accommodations — tend to rise. 

“In my opinion, one of the best Californian beach towns is Oxnard, an idyllic spot on the southern coast with a small-town feel and weather temperature of around 70 degrees, even during the colder months,” said Mercedes Zach, Travel Expert at Asaptickets, part of Trevolution Group.

“It is home to miles of pristine golden duned beaches, including the famous Mandalay Beach, as well as historic Victorian-era architecture and some of the best taquerias in the state,” Zach continued. “Also, its picturesque harbor offers kayaking and cycling opportunities while serving as the closest access point to the stunning Channel Islands National Park.” There’s no shortage of options in Oxnard, and you can keep costs relatively low. According to Zach, the average solo traveler spends less than $200 a day there — all things included.

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