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La Piedra State Beach

La Piedra State Beach has beautiful sandstone cliffs, and fine reefs and kelp forests for diving. The trail down to the beach is steep but well kept. If you enjoy surf-fishing, then cast out near the kelp beds and you may catch a large white sea bass. In October, lobster season opens so put on a mask and gloves and catch a few for the barbeque. When the wind is strong and the ocean is choppy, the thick kelp beds still provide glassy conditions for surfing.

Hours: 8 a.m. to sunset

Parking: The parking lot is open from 8 a.m.- Sunset. The fee is $2.00. Pay in the meter box for an all day pass.

Food/dining: You must pack your own food and drink in and out of the beach.

Restrooms: Portable restrooms are located at the trailhead.

Address: 32628 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu
Phone: (310) 457-1324

Park Features:

September 20 - 9am - 4pm, Free Bus Trip to the Beach, Vista Hermosa Natural Park
September 20 - 10am, Self Sufficient Home, King Gillette Ranch
September 20 - 8am, Up with the Birds, Ed Davis Park in Towsley Canyon
September 21 - 3pm, Native Ways, Franklin Canyon Park
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