• Afternoon clouds cover the distance peaks of the iconic Boney Mountain

    Santa Monica Mountains

    National Recreation Area California

Map and Site Information: Point Mugu State Park

La Jolla Valley

Photo by NPS-A. Bevilacqua

Point Mugu State Park is set in a quiet and secluded 14,000 acres of land. With over 60 miles of hiking trails, it's great for hikers of any experience level. The views include gorgeous rocky bluffs, sand dunes, and two major river canyons. There are two camping grounds, Thornhill Broome and Sycamore Canyon. In late winter and spring, migrating whales can be seen passing the beach.,/p>

Restrooms, stroller access, camping, picnic area, ranger station, swimming, fishing, easy hiking, moderate hiking, strenuous hiking, climbing, biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, and wildflower viewing.
Sycamore Canyon

Photo by NPS-A. Bevilacqua

Site Info and Map

Point Mugu State Park Map (JPG - 661 KB)

Fee may be collected for entry.
Fee required for camping.


9000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265

Main Entrance & Campground: Pacific Coast Hwy, 4 miles west of the Ventura County line. Enter park at Sycamore Canyon Campground.

Ray Miller Trailhead: 1.6 miles west of Sycamore Canyon Campground along Pacific Coast Hwy.

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To learn more about this site, visit the Point Mugu State Park webpage.

This site is managed and operated by California State Parks.

Did You Know?

A community project led by the National Park Service has restored Zuma Lagoon.

Many hands spanning different generations and agencies continue to turn back the clock on damage to the fragile environment at Zuma Lagoon. After the removal of debris and the restoration of native plants, beach visitors now find a living wetland with 108 species of birds and colorful wildflowers.