Leo Carrillo State Park has 1,5 kilometers of beach for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, surfing and beach-combing. There are also tidepools, coastal caves and exploration reefs on the beach. The major campgrounds are shaded by giant sycamores. The park also includes hiking in the backcountry.
During the summer, junior rangers and campfire programs are available. On tidepools and gray whales, the Visitor Center has interpretive displays. Field trips to college are provided throughout the school year.
This is a great surf spot and is very popular on days with decent waves. We like to surf here on early mornings on the weekends. Right at the point, entry and exit are rocky, so unless you have decent booties, just paddle out toward the Malibu pier from the sandy beach and join the lineup and wait your turn. Some of the more experienced locals can get a little heated here so if it is crowded and nice waves, definitely wait your turn and give way per rules of surfing. Parking is free along PCH, but get here early if you want to find a spot.
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