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Leo Carrillo State Park

  • 35000 Pacific Coast Highway Map It
  • Malibu
  • Beach–Sight

Updated 04/01/2014

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On the very edge of Ventura County, this narrow beach is better for exploring than for sunning or swimming (watch that strong undertow!). If you do plan to swim, stay north of lifeguard towers 2, 4 and 5, but be sure to ask lifeguards about water conditions when you arrive. On your own or with a ranger, venture down at low tide to examine the tide pools among the rocks. Sequit Point, a promontory dividing the northwest and southeast halves of the beach, creates secret

coves, sea tunnels, and boulders on which you can perch and fish. Generally, anglers stick to the northwest end of the beach; experienced surfers brave the rocks to the southeast. Campgrounds are set back from the beach; campsites must be reserved well in advance. Amenities : lifeguards (seasonally); parking; showers; toilets. Best for: sunset; surfing; swimming; walking.

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35000 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, California, 90265, United States

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818-880–0363; 800-444–7275-for camping reservations


Sight Details:

  • $12 parking
  • Parking, lifeguard (year-round, except only as needed in winter), restroom, showers, fire pits

Updated 04/01/2014


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