We’re making our return to Malibu’s hidden gem, Leo Carrillo state park.Last years impromptu trip went so good that we’re returning this year.But we’re going deep! Family, friends RV’s who’s better than us? We’re bigger, better and way more awesome. Don’t get me wrong I really loved the pop up trailer we rented last year. I enjoyed it so much that I’m actually purchasing one next year, but for now this 31 foot Sun Seeker is providing the luxury we lacked on our last trip
Leo Carrillo is amazing campground for newbies like me. Friendly faces every where and everyone is willing to help if you need it. It has plenty of bathrooms with showers. Hot and cold water is available if you can’t take the dust from the dirt covered road. It has a convenient local shop for essential camp stuff such as wood, ice, ointments, fire starters etc…
Fire pits everywhere.
The camping sites are lined up great. If you’re traveling in a large group like we are, getting 2 spots near by each other gives you great space to make your camp site an awesome block party. If you travel alone or with a small group the camp ground spaces still gives you privacy even when your neighbors are on an all night rager. The woods area is spacious and it takes you away from the bright LA night life and its horrible traffic.
Take a 3 block walk south and there’s the Malibu water.The beach makes a huge difference and will certainly keep the kids busy. No whining while the waves are crashing here.
Take time to check out the website but book your trip ASAP, because spots fill up quick.The ranger told me summer reservations begin in December so plan accordingly.
35000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265