||Junction California State Highway #126 with United States Highway #101, State Route #1, in Ventura, California, (San Buenaventura, California), a city in Ventura County, California, This is where State Highway #126 starts its journey towards Santa Clarita, California where it ends.
|Exit 1/S Victoria Avenue
||Exit 1/S Victoria Avenue, Southern California Institute of Law, Victoria Plaza Shopping Center, County Square Linear Park,
|Exit 1C/S Victoria Avenue
||Exit 1C/S Victoria Avenue, Telegraph Road, Ventura College, a community college located in Ventura, California, Arroyo Verde Park,
||Exit 3 / S Kimball Road, Community Park, Rancho Ventura Linear Park,
||Junction California State Route #118, S Wells Road, Woodside Linear Park, Saticoy Regional Golf Course, Fitz Huntsinger Youth Sports Complex, An Lac Budhist Temple, Ventura Community Church, Saticoy, California, a small community in Ventura County, California, lies in the Santa Clara River Valley,
||Exit 9, S Briggs Road, Foothill Road,
|Exit 10/Peck Road
||Exit 10/Peck Road, Free Will Baptist Church,
|Exit 11/S Palm Avenue
||Exit 11/ S Palm Avenue, Santa Paula Shopping Center, Ventura Community College District, Obregon Park, Motor Vehicle Dept. located on W Harvard Boulevard, in Santa Paula, California,
||Exit 12 to Junction of State Route #150
|Junction: State Route #23
||Junction State Route #23/Chambersburg Road/A Street
|Haines Canyon Road
||Haines Canyon Road,
||Powell Road, Buckhorn, California, a small community in Ventura County, California,
|Main Street: Piru, CA
||Main Street, Piru Canyon Road, Torrey Road, Piru, California, a small town located in Eastern Ventura County, California, in the Santa Clara River Valley near the Santa Clara River along State Route #126, Lake Piru, an artificial lake located in Los Padres National Forest of Ventura County, California, Lake Piru is the main recreational attraction in Los Padres National Forest, California.
||Center Street, Piru Creek, Warring Park, in Piru, California
||Sharp Ranch, Rancho Camulos, now known as Rancho Camulos Museum, a National Historic Landmark, located east of Piru, California,
|Camino Del Rio
||Camino Del Rio, E La Falda Way, Las Brisas Bridge, a bridge across Santa Clara River, Tapo Jims Canyon Road, Number 10 Canyon Road,
|Pena Ranch Road
||Pena Ranch Road, The Casa de la Guerra, was the residence of the fifth commandant of the Presidio de Santa Barbara, a Santa Barbara City Landmark, a California Historical Landmark, and a listed National Historic Place.
|Pico Canyon Road
||Pico Canyon Road, Middle Canyon, Upper Potrero Canyon, Pepper Tree Canyon, Mentryville, California, was an oil drilling town in the Santa Susana Mountains in Los Angeles County, California, Community of Pico, California,
|Chiquito Canyon Road
||Chiquito Canyon Road, Del Valle, California, an area located in Los Angeles County, California. Val Verde, California, a community in Los Angeles County, California, Val Verde Park, Macedonia Church of God In Christ.
|Commerce Center Drive
||Commerce Center Drive, Hasley Canyon Road, to, Hasley Canyon, Castaic Estates,
||Intersection Interstate Highway #5, Castaic Junction, California, an area located in Los Angeles County, California, in Santa Clarita Valley, the valley of the Santa Clara River in Southern California in Santa Clarita, California, just north of Six Flags Magic Mountain, an amusement park located in Valencia, California, This is where California State Route #126 terminates its run on the east.