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No beach access. You gotta walk 1/4 mile north or south to get to the beac
it's nestled in between corral canyon and latigo
Named in honor of "Hoss" (Dan Blocker) on the old tv show bonanza.
It's a long thin stretch of beach, rocky...More
Blocker Beach is primarily a nice view spot without active beach access - so it's a view beach spot & to be enjoyed as such. Parking is expensive, But what does it matter anyway if you're in Malibu on a fun vacation? Views are super...More
As a Bonanza fan, I was eager to see the new Dan Blocker Beach & dedication plaque. However, since there is no beach access, it is basically a lookout on the PCH with an overpriced parking lot, picnic tables and restrooms.
I was very dismayed...More
Parking is 25 cents for every 10 minutes with a 90 minute maximum. There is no beach access and like a speed trap this could be a parking trap to raise city revenue for a little used parking lot.Citations are likely if you let the...More
This newly opened beach "lookout" is just that, a nice place to stop, go to the bathroom and have a nice look at the beach. However there is no beach access and however much money was spent on this project seems like a waste. This...More
The Malibu coastline is like a chameleon. In some areas it resembles the French Riviera with its lush, green hillsides descending into crescent-shaped shorelines. In others, it feels 100% Southern Californian with beaches wide and flat as a football field, and often crowded with beach-goers lounging on towels and playing volleyball. Other coastlines still feel secluded, tucked under tall cliffs and dotted
with stunning rock formations. In certain areas, where the ocean waves are just right, surfers can be seen bobbing in the water. Up in the mountains to the east hikers take in truly stunning views of the ocean and the sprawling Los Angeles landscape. And along Pacific Coast Highway, restaurants are filled with visitors and locals from all walks of life. Stumble into the right place at the right time, and you’ll likely encounter a celebrity.