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With a beautiful waterway, peaceful woodlands, spectacular wildflowers, and even a fascinating slice of TV history, Malibu Creek State Park offers a unique and diverse range of experiences. Even better, it's found just 25 miles from downtown LA.

Located just over 10 miles southeast of Thousand Oaks, this park was once a key filming location for several films and the M*A*S*H TV series. Today, it's better known as a place where visitors can relax, take a scenic hike, and enjoy a memorable camping getaway.

If you're planning an RV camping adventure in Malibu Creek State Park, search for an RV in Los Angeles County and keep reading to find out how to make the most out of your visit.

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Getting Outdoors

Covering more than 8,000 acres of rolling plains, oak and sycamore woodlands, and towering mountain peaks, Malibu Creek State Park offers a unique variety of outdoor experiences. The 14-mile creek itself is the park's centerpiece, and winds from the Santa Monica Mountains down to the coast at Malibu Lagoon.

The easiest way to explore the waterway is actually on foot, by following the trail that runs alongside the creek. From imposing gorges and hidden pools to a wonderful outlook over the Las Virgenes Valley and Malibu Canyon, the scenery along this easy trail is quite spectacular. The hike to the Rock Pool, which is just a short stroll from the park's Visitor Center, is also well worth exploring.

Just remember to stay safe when out exploring the hiking trails. Not only will you need to wear plenty of sunscreen and take ample water on your journey, but you'll also need to watch out for rattlesnakes, poison oak, and ticks.

Once you've spent some time relaxing by the creek, you might want to explore the park's movie and TV history. Once owned by 20th Century Fox, Malibu Creek State Park has featured in several movies over the years, including everything from Planet of the Apes to Pleasantville. It was also a key filming location for the M*A*S*H TV series, and you might recognize some of the terrain when you head to the M*A*S*H site within the park.

If you like history, you'll no doubt want to take a look at the Sepulveda Adobe, which was originally built in the 1860s and restored in 2003. Little remains of the Mott Adobe, which was built by well-known attorney Johnny Mott in the early 1900s, but its eye-catching stone fireplace and lovely creekside location still make it well woth a visit.

Another must-do experience for RV campers in Malibu Creek State Park is to check out the spring wildflowers. If you time your visit just right, you might be lucky enough to see vibrant California poppies, purple lupin, and more transforming the surrounding hillsides. It's a spectacular sight and one that'll have you reaching for your camera more than once.

Camping at Malibu Creek State Park

If you want to stay the night, Malibu Creek State Park's campground is open all year round. There are more than 60 sites available in the campground, many of which offer full hookups. Drinking water, flush toilets, fire rings, picnic tables, and token-operated showers are also available.

RVs are more than welcome here, but please note that the maximum motorhome length is 30 feet. Dogs are also welcome in the campground, but they must be kept on a leash of six feet or shorter at all times and are not allowed on any backcountry trails.

Fires are also permitted in designated fire rings, but specific restrictions apply depending on the fire safety level when you visit - check the sign near the campground entrance for more information.

Exploring the Area

When you're ready to bring down the curtains on your Malibu Creek State Park RV camping vacation, don't forget that you'll find plenty of other awesome attractions nearby. For example, head further to the west and you'll find Leo Carrillo State Park, which is famous for its beautiful beaches and coastal scenery, as well as the rocky bluffs and sandy beaches of Point Mugu State Park.

Head in the opposite direction and you'll soon find destinations like Stunt Ranch State Park, Topanga State Park, and Will Rogers State Historic Park. Before you know it, you'll find yourself in Santa Monica or amid the glitz and glamor of Beverly Hills.

In other words, there are experiences and attractions here to suit RV campers of all ages, and there's no way you'll be able to fit everything in. So book an RV near Malibu Creek State Park today and start putting together an itinerary for your perfect camping getaway.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Backbone Trail: Tapia to Kanan-Dume, CAMalibu Creek State Park, CA
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  • Backbone Trail: Tapia Park to Saddle Peak, CAMalibu Creek State Park, CA
  • Malibu Bluff Trail, CAMalibu, CA
  • The Malibu Lagoon State Beach, CAMalibu, CA
  • Rock Pool and Century Lake Trails, CAMalibu Creek State Park, CA
  • Malibu Lake Trail, CAMalibu Creek State Park, CA
  • Gillette Ranch Loop Trail (Inspiration Loop), CAMalibu Creek State Park, CA
  • Las Virgenes View Trail, CAMalibu Creek State Park, CA

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