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Leo Carrillo offers its fair share of biking trails where you can get down n dirty and shred the surrounding hills. A list of t...Read more
Fishing is another option available, and assuming you’ve snagged your CA Fishing License (and are above 16), then the plentif...Read more
While on your visit, take a quick escape from the campground on one of the surrounding hikes that encompass the sites. Ranging ...Read more
Following the trend of all dem water activities, Leo Carrillo State Park offers great kiteboarding and windsurfing options for ...Read more
With a great break and long rides possible, Leo Carrillo is a local front runner. Beware of some territorial locals as well as ...Read more
It may be rocky, but that can never dampen a swimmer’s spirit! Well yah, while it is rocky, visitors love to take the beaches a...Read more
Head out to Leo Carrillo during prime whale watching season (April & May) as the gray whales return north. If watching thes...Read more
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A short drive from LA. I work at thousand oaks so it's not bad going after work. Avoid walk-in's on high temp weathers because that place will book quickly. I know "amateur" right? This place is very calming and plenty of space for day use.
One of my favorite easy trips with family and friends. Must book 6 months ahead in season, unless there is an unlikely cancellation. Rare, but I have been lucky enough to get a few this way by showing up early and asking the ranger.
Pretty cool site to get away from the city and have a 2-fer beach day. The $60 sites are powered.
Was able to get a site as a walk up.
NOT secluded. Lots of families and kids and the campsites abut each other.
Walking distance to dog friendly beach is a plus.
Great week night camp site. Leo Carillo has one of the few dog friendly beaches in Los Angeles County. The creek is home to endangered steelhead so keep your dog and fishing poles OUT. If you play in the creek don't build rock walls as they can prevent fish from accessing the creek.