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My wife and I camped here in a 27 ft class A motorhome. We had electric and water hookups, no sewer. Had site 133, but trees to low to get in, so luckily we could move to 137, right across from a bathroom. Bathrooms were...More
We took our dogs...must wear good sneakers to get down the winding, narrow, rocky ‘staircase’ to the beach. Once on the beach you navigate a lot of large rocks but the sand itself is fine. Dogs are in heaven, running in and out of the...More
Leo Carrillo still a beautiful beach after Mosley fire destroyed some of the buildings and landscape, it is closed now but people parked alongside the road and walk down to the clean beach and friendly dog area.
This beach has paid parking and a nice shore to walk on. It isn't as rocky as some of the Malibu beaches. There are several tide pools that you will see little fish, sea anemone and we even saw a small octopus. It's an enjoyable...More
Spent the night at Leo Carillo in early May and was amazed by how close it was to the water. Facilities were clean and the gate attendant was super helpful. After surfing she even let us come back and take a shower before hitting the...More
I came here with my boyfriend recently and it was a wonderful morning activity. Watching the waves crash against the rocks was breath-taking and it was not crowded, which made it that much better. We drove there from Brentwood, so seeing a lot of PCH...More
As someone who is newer to camping, this was a nice way to ease into it. Bathrooms & showers are nearby and not disgusting, cars are parked at the campground so no lugging gear a long way, and kids can ride scooters relatively safely and...More
Depends on the weekend. We went mid October on a particularly warm weekend and it was packed on the beach. The campground was pretty full as well. I don’t love crowds but it was surprisingly not too overwhelming on the... More
Depends on the weekend. We went mid October on a particularly warm weekend and it was packed on the beach. The campground was pretty full as well. I don’t love crowds but it was surprisingly not too overwhelming on the beach. The campground was quiet by 10:30pm even with a lot of campers and an entire scout troop nearby.