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Malibu RV Park Malibu

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Malibu RV Park
25801 Pacific Coast Hwy
Malibu
CA
90265
Tel: 310-456-2532

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Let's go to Malibu! The RV Park are located at 52801 Pacific Coast Hwy (Thats the famous pretty one!).

Where are we going today?

Who's ready to go to Malibu! Sunshine, beach, water and RV fun? Yes please! Malibu RV Park is a great base for the family who want to explore all the sights of the area and Southern California!

It's also the ONLY RV Park in the city of Malibu! Pretty special! 

Malibu RV Park has 412 RV sites as well as 35 tent sites, so if you fancy trying out some old fashioned camping, you can!

What's even better, all sites have either an ocean or a mountain view. Of course they do - it's Malibu!

Want to hear the cool things you can do at the park? Where to begin! They have seasonal whale watching and year round dolphin watching! How cool is that!?

There of course is ocean swimming and body surfing (it is Malibu after all), as well as hiking in the nearby parks, and fishing.

On site there is a video games room for the kids, as well as a recreation room with a large screen TV. Want the sun? Head to the outdoor game room with a pool table and foosball! There is also a playful kids play area. 

(Of course, they are located very close to all the incredible sites of the area, like Disneyland and Universal Studios!)

Malibu RV Park is also completely equipped to ensure your perfect time away! They have wifi access, bathrooms with heated showers, convenience stores and self service washer and dryers. There is even a dish washing area for those tent campers!

Who's ready to head to Malibu!?

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What is there to do?

So much to do! Whale watching is during March/April and October/November, whereas the dolphin watching is all year round. There is all the beach activities like swimming and beach combing, as well as hiking. <p>
A play area and games room are located on site, and they are located near to all those amazing LA and Malibu sights!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $86 - $165 / day
  • Full hook up $531 - $735 / week
  • Tents $45-$60 / day
  • Tents $304 - $377 / week
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Facilities on site

The RV Park come with a host of amenities to make your stay the best it can be! Self Service Washers and Dryers, arcade room, propane service, information to local attractions, trash and recyclables disposal area, bathrooms with heated showers, limited wifi, cable service on all RV sites, modem access, picnic tables and charcoal grills on each site, and a dump station.

When can we go?

All year round!

I'm Hungry!

There is an onsite Convenience Store which sells food, drinks, alcohol, ice, apparel, and those all important RV Parts..

Any Top Tips?

Make sure you book early to get the view you want! .

More information

Prices listed are full hook ups. There are just electric and water sites available at a lower price. .

What people are saying?

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    Best Place On Earth...Hands Down. RV Camping In Malibu? Hello!!!!!!

    Strict...yes....but they have to be for the other guests. Treat it like a fine hotel stay and you'll have a great time.

    Incredible views, clean buildings, amazing landscape. Stars everywhere in town. Worth the extra money.

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    We had a beautiful site overlooking the ocean - we could see the Channel Islands from our site, and enjoyed a beautiful view and sunset while we were lucky enough to stay there. We listened to the waves crash at night - very peaceful. We walked on the hiking trails (also the dog walking trails) around the RV Park and into the nearby hills, and enjoyed being able to walk to Malibu Seafood next door to the park where we enjoyed some of the best fish tacos I've ever had before we crossed the highway to go to the sandy beach. The highway crossing...Read More

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    We were very pleased with our stay at Malibu Beach RV Park over the Memorial Weekend. Upon reading some of the reviews we were concerned about the amount of space, rumors of sewage odor, and the demeanor of the staff - as a result we almost cancelled. Our experienced was very positive. The staff was very welcoming and helpful. We stayed in site 16 with a Dutchmen Kodiak 284bhse (31' 10"). Our trailer fit snug lengthwise with enough room for our family of four and two aussies to spread out and relax. Yes, the spaces are smaller than some other...Read More

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    9th and final stop of our West CA road-trip.
    The 5 Star is for the Camp Site, the staff would hardly get a 1 star (between them).
    I booked months in advance as I knew we wanted to explore LA from here, no problem with the booking and we were accepted happily, little did we know what was to come from the 'guards'.
    Our site couldn't have been better (we saw whales and dolphins at breakfast times). RV had full hook-up and there were 3 blocks of toilets and washing areas for us to use. Yes the camp is on a hillside but I knew that BEFORE I got there....Read More

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    AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!
    If you want to spoil your vacation by being treated like a piece of garbage, this is your place! We travel all around the country and have NEVER encountered such HORRIBLE service! Is this how all of California is? Not sure we even want to return to the state after the horrible experience here!! It ONLY overlooks the ocean!! NOT a place for families with children or pets! Oh yea, don't forget to bring lots of leveling equipment! This place needs a lot of work!! Instead of leveling their lots they have LOTS of plastic garbage...Read More

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by Mari Potts

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We had a beautiful site overlooking the ocean - we could see the Channel Islands from our site, and enjoyed a beautiful view and sunset while we were lucky enough to stay there. We listened to the waves crash at night - very peaceful. We walked on the hiking trails (also the dog walking trails) around the RV Park and into the nearby hills, and enjoyed being able to walk to Malibu Seafood next door to the park where we enjoyed some of the best fish tacos I've ever had before we crossed the highway to go to the sandy beach. The highway crossing is challenging, but it was worth it. I look forward to going back! If you want cable tv, you just have to ask for a box from the store/registration office. It's free to borrow and comes with the site.

by Paul Bulman

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We were very pleased with our stay at Malibu Beach RV Park over the Memorial Weekend. Upon reading some of the reviews we were concerned about the amount of space, rumors of sewage odor, and the demeanor of the staff - as a result we almost cancelled. Our experienced was very positive. The staff was very welcoming and helpful. We stayed in site 16 with a Dutchmen Kodiak 284bhse (31' 10"). Our trailer fit snug lengthwise with enough room for our family of four and two aussies to spread out and relax. Yes, the spaces are smaller than some other facilities, but the view of the ocean is worth the sacrifice. We enjoyed facing the water to watch the dolphins swimming by, the pelicans flying over head and the waves crashing. There was some street noise, however this did not bother us considering the view. Malibu Beach RV Park appears to run a tight ship, with staff riding around in golf carts making sure that guests follow the rules. This is a good thing! It ensures that everyone can enjoy themselves without the annoying disruption from unruly guests. If you are in a coach, I would recommend sites I-V on the second level. Its a bit warmer and you overlook the park (good for rv and people watching) and the ocean.

by Paul Clarke

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9th and final stop of our West CA road-trip.
The 5 Star is for the Camp Site, the staff would hardly get a 1 star (between them).
I booked months in advance as I knew we wanted to explore LA from here, no problem with the booking and we were accepted happily, little did we know what was to come from the 'guards'.
Our site couldn't have been better (we saw whales and dolphins at breakfast times). RV had full hook-up and there were 3 blocks of toilets and washing areas for us to use. Yes the camp is on a hillside but I knew that BEFORE I got there. We saw and had NO problems with children. No waves to keep us awake, Ah! aren't they supposed to be calming? We managed to explore all of LA in the 6 days we were there, just had to dodge the 'guards' when we returned to the camp. The only camp in the whole holiday to have people 'manning' the gates well after dark - hence the 'guards'. They constantly drive the camp in their golf buggies making sure you have your camp permit on display.
During our 6 nights, there were many comings and goings, so business is good, shame they can't sort out the personnel problems and attitudes.

by K Porter

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AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!
If you want to spoil your vacation by being treated like a piece of garbage, this is your place! We travel all around the country and have NEVER encountered such HORRIBLE service! Is this how all of California is? Not sure we even want to return to the state after the horrible experience here!! It ONLY overlooks the ocean!! NOT a place for families with children or pets! Oh yea, don't forget to bring lots of leveling equipment! This place needs a lot of work!! Instead of leveling their lots they have LOTS of plastic garbage they expect you to purchase and use. Their store is very limited, yet they have a stock pile of plastic ramps! They ask premium prices for a place that is bottom of the line. Perhaps asking to set up, before paying could have saved $1,000+ dollars! I really can't believe this place is still in business, NO MORALS at all!!

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