Malibu Creek State Park camping is prime time, especially when you stay at the Malibu Creek Campground. With 63 sites, make sure to book a reservation as soon as you can! Being only 26 miles outside of Los Angeles, it’s a highly popular getaway spot. Camping accommodations can be made for small families, groups up to 100 people, or for more primitive style camping. With a wildContinue reading...
Malibu Creek State Park camping is prime time, especially when you stay at the Malibu Creek Campground. With 63 sites, make sure to book a reservation as soon as you can! Being only 26 miles outside of Los Angeles, it’s a highly popular getaway spot. Camping accommodations can be made for small families, groups up to 100 people, or for more primitive style camping. With a wild and rustic feeling throughout the park, you’ll be sure to have a unique, beautiful getaway at Malibu Creek Campground.
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Natural features you'll find at Malibu Creek Campground.
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This is a family-friendly campground with some nice hiking trails (we went to the MASH site), a rock pool for easy access, and if you like rock climbing, you can also do that here. At night, I could hear cars from the main road from time to time but it wasn't too bothersome. This is a good place for beginner campers or for those who just prefer camping with reliable, clean facilities. They have flush toilets and coin-operated showers. My parents enjoyed it here.
In general, fires aren’t allowed at the campground, but give the park a call (818-880-0367) ahead of time to make sure, as sometimes the wildfire threat drops and they are briefly allowed.
You don’t get a map with your entry to the park, but there ARE three places you can buy one (for about $3): At the entrance station (be sure to ask for it), at the Visitor Center (open only on weekends) or at the King Gillette Ranch (across the street).
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- (818) 880-0367
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- 34.094° N, 118.715° W
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- Tent Only: 26 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)
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- Tent Only - Group: 1 Site (Up to 60 people per site)
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- Tent / RV / Trailer: 30 Sites (Up to 8 people per site)