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Point Mugu State Park

Overview
Point Mugu State Park, located in the Santa Monica Mountains, features five miles of ocean shoreline, with rocky bluffs, sandy beaches, sand dunes, rugged hills and uplands and two major river canyons. The beach is 15 miles south of Oxnard on Highway One. Phone 818-880-0350.

Camping
Online reservations are available at this and many other California State Parks up to 7 months in advance at ReserveAmerica for California State Parks. Reservations-especially summer reservations-fill up for many popular parks on the first day they open, which is usually December 1 for the following summer season.

Sycamore Canyon Campground. Generally accessible campsites are available. Meanwhile, many sites have accessible picnic tables. Other generally level, large sites are at least usable. Restrooms with showers: All campground restroom toilets are generally accessible. Designated accessible shower stalls are usable. Routes of travel: Distances vary but routes to accessible restrooms are generally accessible. Parking: Designated accessible parking adjacent to restrooms.
Thornhill Broome Campground is located at beachfront and is popular for RV use. Tent camping is difficult due to blown sand. One site designated accessible may be usable for RVs. Parking for sites is on road shoulder of paved route with sand, rock and water immediately adjacent. Blown sand may limit access to water and travel through site. Restrooms are portable toilets only. Some are usable.

Picnic Area
Sycamore Cove Day Use Area. There is one generally accessible picnic table in the south lot. There are 3 more accessibly designed tables in the beach picnic area. Route of travel: Some routes may require crossing sand or have blown sand over firm surfaces.

Trails
Sycamore Canyon Trail This trail route starts from the park campground and follows a maintenance road 6.5 miles from Sycamore Canyon to Deer Camp Junction. This trail route is relatively flat with a firm stable surface and could be usable throughout the majority of the trail by some visitors with disabilities. There is a creek crossing a mile up the trail that may prevent access to some visitors and multiple creek crossings thereafter up to Deer Canyon Junction.

Beach/Shore Access
Call (805) 488-7844 to reserve beach wheelchair at Sycamore Cove.


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