Ventura County Clubs Stage Field Day Events

There are several club-coordinated Field Day events beginning Saturday, June 25th in the Ventura County area.  The public is welcome at all venues as the hams are excited to show off their emergency communications skills and techniques.

Conejo Valley Amateur Radio Club (CVARC)

CVARC hams will be participating in a national amateur radio exercise know as Field Day from 11:00 AM Saturday, June 25 to 11:00 AM June 26, 2022. The CVARC event will be held at the Lake Sherwood Development Company field located at 378 W. Potrero Road in Westlake Village on the south side of W. Potrero Road, between Trentwood Drive and Stafford Road. CVARC holds one of the largest and most comprehensive Field Day events in the country as members set up as many as 20 temporary amateur radio stations and operate under the call sign of AA6CV to demonstrate emergency communication skills and services to the public. For more information:

Ventura County Amateur Radio Society (VCARS) and the Simi Settlers Amateur Radio Club (SSARC)

VCARS and SSARC members will be joined by other local Amateur Radio operators, all operating under the special events call-sign of N6R (honoring former President and Mrs. Reagan).  The annual 24-hour Field Day exercise (starting at 11 AM on Saturday, June 25th), promotes public awareness and provides training experience for local amateur radio operators.  By its conclusion (at 11 AM on Sunday, June 26th), event participants at the Library will have established amateur radio communications with thousands of other clubs, groups, and individuals throughout North America and adjoining countries, most of whom were also operating under simulated emergency conditions. The event will be located on the grounds of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA.

Ventura County Amateur Radio Club (VCARC)

The Ventura County Amateur Radio Club will operate under club’s call sign K6MEP from their Oxnard location at 4000 S. Rose Avenue. Activities have been planned, bands have been selected for operation and special guests and the public are invited. For more information contact Robert Shank at or visit the website at