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Stunning, 1,255-acre Tuna Canyon Park in the western Santa Monica Mountains above Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu parallels more than two miles of the Pacific Ocean, and provides dramatic, 360-degree views of the San Gabriel mountains to the Santa Monica Bay.

Tuna Canyon Park links over 18,000 acres of contiguous protected open space from Topanga State Park west to Las Flores Canyon. More than half of the property lies within Los Angeles County Significant Ecological Area Number 10. Deep canyons and ridges support a rich mosaic of coastal Southern California plant communities including sycamore riparian woodland, coastal sage scrub and native grasslands. Tuna Creek, one of the most pristine aquatic habitats in the Santa Monica Mountains, courses through the eastern end of the property to the ocean.

Address: PCH to Topanga Cyn, left at Fernwood Pacific Drive.

Park Features:

Special Note:
Entrance is from the north side of the park at intersection of Tuna Canyon Road/Hearst Tank Mtwy-Big Rock Mtwy. From PCH take Topanga Canyon Blvd. 3.8 miles to Fernwood Pacific Drive and turn left. Fernwood Pacific Drive turns into Tuna Canyon Road. From 101 take Topanga Canyon Blvd. 8.6 miles to Fernwood Pacific Drive and turn right. Fernwood Pacific Drive turns into Tuna Canyon Road. Park entrance is at the intersection of Tunda Canyon Road and Hearst Tank Motorway-Big Rock Motorway.

September 3 - 9am, Franklin's Movie Magic, Franklin Canyon Park
September 10 - 10am, Wilderness Survival Basics, Franklin Canyon Park
September 16 - 7:30pm, Full Moon Hike, Franklin Canyon Park
September 24 - 7pm, Autumn Equinox Hike, Franklin Canyon Park
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