Malibu Creek State Park is just 25 miles from downtown Los Angeles, and has over 4,000 acres, featuring hiking, camping, bird watching and other outdoor opportunities. Phone (818) 880-0367 for more information.
Four campsites are accessible (#12, #30, #44, and #54). Restrooms are generally accessible with adjacent accessible parking. Shower facilities are usable.
The campfire center is accessible and is on an accessible route leading from the campground.
Both picnic areas have accessible picnic sites including water and barbecues. Accessible restrooms are located adjacent to the picnic sites.
The Anne Skager Trail is an ‘out-and-back’ accessible trail that is 0.58 miles each way with views of Las Virgenes Creek, Stokes Canyon, and surrounding mountains. The surface is asphalt and compacted aggregate. The trail is generally flat at less than 5% slopes with intermittent sections between 5% to 8%. Accessible picnic areas and interpretive panels are located at various locations along the trail. The trailhead is accessed from the 2nd picnic area parking lot. Accessible parking and restrooms are nearby.
As of March 2019, the Anne Skager Trail is mostly accessible. Due to the Woolsey Fire, some of the trail sustained damage. The loop section at the west end of the trail is only partially accessible from both ends to a small bridge that burned.
Accessible Trail Data
|Anne Skager Trail
||4 FT Average
|| Aggregate & Asphalt
||4 FT Minimum
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