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Point Mugu State Park

9000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Point Mugu, CA 90265-2000
+1 818-880-0363
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9000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Point Mugu, CA 90265-2000
+1 818-880-0363
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Looking for something different to do while in Los Angeles? Camping on the beach! we had an amazing time! Next to the ocean, along the famous Pacific Coast Highway1 (PCH), such a delight to see the sunset and sunrise, next to camp fire, perfect for...More

Thank SheenaGao
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped here for about an hour as we were traveling north on PCH. It was very quiet on a Friday afternoon and only a handful of people were around. There are portable toilets available which were clean and you must pay for parking but...More

Thank Caroline L
Reviewed 28 November 2017

My husband and I stayed in Camarillo, about a 20 minute drive from here. We spent 3 days here, and spent every hour of daylight at this beach. We intended on checking out other beaches, but kept coming back to this place. It was small,...More

Thank Lara P
Reviewed 4 October 2017

This is another beach we stopped at briefly only to relax for a bit whilst taking on the fresh air on a mid day of a warm September. The sand was not bad either, although the water was rather cold, as I would suspect is...More

Thank TERRAvelista
Reviewed 21 September 2017

came here by accident. i was traveling up pch and came across this sign that read camp site and its right next to the pacific ocean. camping on a southern california beach has always been a dream of mine. also there are trails that lead...More

Thank michelasies
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Point Mugu State Park is near the end of the oceanfront stops before you hit Point Hueneme and Oxnard so it is a good spot for a stop to enjoy the surf and the ocean and all of the wildlife.

Thank buffalojim67
Reviewed 16 August 2017

To truly experience the beauty and feel of the Southern California coast make certain to stop here and walk the beach at very least. Another stunning picture of california Hwy 1 that you must see.

Thank TonyFi18
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Camped this week August 6-10 2017,Horrible conditions 2 swamps flank the walkway to the beach, this is a cesspool for bugs and mosquitos which have infiltrated all the campsites and made our stay Miserable!

1  Thank carolyndolin
Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

This beautiful CA State Park is the western most point in Malibu. Such a wonderful place. You can hike, camp on the beach, or just come for the day. Loved Mugu beach, the last beach part of Point Mugu State Park. Thornhill Broome beach is...More

Thank Don K
Reviewed 25 July 2017

We did not have a lot of time, it was a lightning visit really. Wish we had more time. The wide open spaces are magnificent.

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Shen B
11 March 2015|
Response from john r | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is an entrance fee and varies during different time of year and of course holidays. Remember, it is a state park. The place can get very crowded depending on holidays. The campground will get full.