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We found exactly what we were looking for here at Thornhill Broome Campground in Point Mugu State Park. Right of the PCH you can pitch your tent and have a campfire in the designated fire pit, and enjoy the crashing waves. The scene and wave...More
I haven't camped at this location, but have driven through it. It's like a tiny Rincon, very cool spot to camp. The only problem is that the turn-around at the end is VERY narrow; there's no way I could do a U-turn in there with...More
Rv parking parallel to the ocean, nothing but sand and the sea, dolphins swimming by. The beach gets Rocky by the water, but this adds to the rustic charm.
Only 41 spaces, tents and limited size TV's
We loved it
This is the closest to the beach that I have ever had to honor to sleep by. IT WAS AMAZING! The beach is clean, but rocky. I wore water shoes the whole time. Each site comes with a picnic table,fire pit and parking by the...More
Last week my husband and I joined our daughter and family at Thornhill Broome Campgrounds. Such a fun experience. The campgrounds were clean, people were friendly, and dogs were allowed to be with us. Our two golden retrievers just loved it too! Although it is...More
Hello; We were camping at Thornhill Broome Campgrounds in January of this year. We have a motorhome and the cost was approximately $35 per night. I did see tents on the beach and there were fire pits there. There were NO... More
Hello; We were camping at Thornhill Broome Campgrounds in January of this year. We have a motorhome and the cost was approximately $35 per night. I did see tents on the beach and there were fire pits there. There were NO charge for bringing your dogs which was good for us. For more information call: Reserve America at 1-800-444-7275 which will also give you the online website address if you wish. The campgrounds is actually listed in the Point Mugu State Beaches section. Hope you have a great time
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"stay in spots 7+ to avoid possible flooding from high tides and waves"