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"North Chumash is a picturesque and still fairly untouched stretch of San Andreas coastline east of Mount Josiah. Visit quickly before it gets ruined by real estate developers or global warming."
Grand Theft Auto V digital manual

North Chumash is a small unincorporated community located in Blaine County, San Andreas that appears in Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. It is situated north of Fort Zancudo, southwest of the Chiliad Mountain State Wilderness, west of Mount Josiah and sits on the coastline of the Pacific Ocean.

Character

North Chumash is a small oceanside area that stretches along a small portion of the western coast of San Andreas that borders the Pacific Ocean. With Raton Canyon to the north, Fort Zancudo to the south, and Mount Josiah to the east, this area has a beach that meets the Pacific Ocean, and the only roads being two small paths that lead into the canyon, one path that leads to the beach, and the Great Ocean Highway that runs right through the area.

Events of Grand Theft Auto Online

The mission Dirt Road can be started here.

Influence

North Chumash is based on Port Hueneme, California.

Gang control

The Lost members can be seen hanging inside and around the Hookies bar and seafood restaurant at most times of the day, due to it being the center for a crew of drug dealers from Sandy Shores that run drugs through the Raton Canyon for The Lost. Some members can sometimes be seen riding away from Hookies in groups of five on their motorcycles.

Roads and streets

Purchasable properties

Grand Theft Auto V

The Hookies bar and seafood restaurant is available for purchase by Michael De Santa or Franklin Clinton for $600,000 after completing the mission Nervous Ron but not by Trevor Philips, due to his violent conflict with The Lost, who use Hookies as an area of congregation.

Grand Theft Auto Online

The 2-car garage 2000 Great Ocean Highway, located next to Hookies, is available for the player to purchase for $31,500.

Businesses

Gallery

Map

General

Trivia

  • Both Chumash and North Chumash both have signs on the side of the road that prohibit Speedos.