Leo Carillo has the best of both worlds—a well-equipped stretch of sand with seclusion and scenic beauty. Stretching one and a half miles across the north tip of Malibu, you’ll find enough quite from the rift raft of Santa Monica beach warriors and crowds of Surfrider. Long boarders can paddle out for mellow waves—it gets no more than chest-high at this point break—while nature lovers can explore tide pools on the rock-dotted coastline and a nearby trail. Groups can make use of the on-site camping grounds, picnic area, RV lot and token-operated showers. And don’t forget Fido: This is one of the rare beaches where dogs (leashed) are allowed to roam.
Though the beach is open, the campground and backcountry trails and roads remain closed due to the Woolsey Fire.
|Venue name:||Leo Carrillo State Park|
35000 W Pacific Coast Hwy
|Opening hours:||Daily 8am-10pm|
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