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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 22 July 2017 via mobile

Gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean. A bonus -- fruit stand on site. Delicious. Worth stopping off to take a few photos.

Thank Traveler98769876
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

This is a nice place if you like to camp or just relax on the beach. However, if you are like me, you also want to enjoy a swim, playing in the waves, and such. This beach turns rocky, lots of pebbles, which make it...More

Thank Aaron H
Reviewed 15 July 2017

I wanted to show my wife all the highlights of the California coast and this was one of them if just because of its fame. It is famous and it is nice but there were other spots in Northern California that were much more spectacular...More

Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 14 July 2017

Pt Mugu Rock is a nice stopping point on Hwy 1. It's easy to get on and off, but be aware of the curve in the road and fast-travelling cars. It's a great place to take pictures of the coast, rock climbers, Channel Islands on...More

Thank Tvlr8
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Sycamore Cove state beach is part of Point Mugu State Park... it is really nice..picnic tables, restrooms, and hiking trails on the mountain side. We just went to the beach and spent a couple of days there. The rip tides were pretty heavy one day.....More

Thank KUMtngal
Reviewed 21 June 2017

The closest beach to the San Fernando Valley, this tiny but tranquil beach fills up every weekend. Those rocks jutting out into the sea are the first to project a wild ocean beach north of LA, and are featured in practically every commercial with an...More

1  Thank isabelladelmar
Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

41 tent or rv sites at Thornhill Broome, park parallel to the ocean, all you see from your window is sand, waves, birds, and the sky. No hookups, we had an exceptionally peaceful 4 day trip, The shore is Rocky at Waters edge, but the...More

Thank Lauren Y
Reviewed 4 June 2017

Be sure to make a stop here while cruising up the coast. Gorgeous spot for a picnic etc. Better yet, check the surf forecast and stop to watch as everyone tries to grab a wave!

Thank KL_Hedberg
Reviewed 27 May 2017

Point Mugu, at the northern end of Malibu has no good swimming facilities and few access to the water but it offers good marine wildlife watching, such as sea lions.

Thank ochassot
Reviewed 27 April 2017

One day a long long time ago way back in another marriage (The One from Hell). I just had to get away and get my act together. So I mounted up and just drove. Somehow & luckily I wound up here. This was just what...More

1  Thank David L
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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.