Malibu Lagoon, where Malibu Creek meets the Pacific Ocean, includes pleasant hiking areas with ample bird watching opportunities and tours of the Adamson House. Guided tours of the wetlands and other natural elements such as grunion, the monarch butterfly, tidepools, and the gray whale are scheduled seasonally. Phone (310) 457-8143 or (310) 456-8432 for more information.
The Malibu Lagoon Trail is a popular .5 mile trail that skirts the perimeter of the newly restored Malibu Lagoon, terminating at the state beach. The trail offers multiple locations for wildlife viewing, an accessible picnic area, and many interpretive panels that highlight the natural and cultural resources of the area. Accessible parking is available at the trailhead. The trail is constructed of compacted soil and is usable year-round.
Adamson House: A dirt road leads to the Adamson House, but only vehicles displaying a valid DMV issued DP plate/placard are permitted to park on the grounds adjacent to this historic house. Access to this historic house by way of the courtyard may require assistance on unpaved paths. House tour permits first floor access with on-request video available for view of the upper level. Good views of beach, pier, ocean and outstanding flower gardens. Assistance may be needed on sloped ramps to restrooms. Restroom door openings are narrow, but restroom facilities are generally accessible.