How much does it cost to camp at Leo Carrillo?
$45 per night
Leo Carrillo State Park Campground
|Reservations for Leo Carrillo State Park Campground|
|Fees:||Standard sites: $45 per night Electric hook-up sites: $60 Hike & Bike site $10|
|Online Reservations at ReserveCalifornia:||Leo Carrillo State Park Campground Reservations or call (800) 444-PARK (7275) between 8 AM and 6 PM|
Does Leo Carrillo have first come first serve camping?
Making Reservations Hike-and-bike campsites are first-come, first-served; no reservations are necessary. At the time of publication, it costs $7 per person to stay at the hike-and-bike campsites each night; $35 per night to stay at the family campsites; and $165 per group per night to stay at the group campsite.
Does Leo Carrillo have hookups?
Leo Carrillo State Park campground has 135 campsites for tents, trailers and RVs (up to 31 feet) just a smidge inland from from the beach. There are 46 campsites with electrical hookups including: 3, 5-12, 16, 20, 23, 25, 27, 104-115, 117-121, 123-133, 135-137 and 139. All sites also have a table, fire pit and grate.
Does Leo Carrillo campground have showers?
Camping Information Showers: The park has only token-operated showers. The token machines accept ONLY one dollar bills.
Can you camp on the beach in Leo Carrillo?
Leo Carrillo State Park boasts a large campground just across PCH from the park’s 1.5 miles of beautiful waterfront. A path from the campground goes underneath PCH to allow easy access to the beach.
Can you drink alcohol at Leo Carrillo beach?
Another unique feature of Leo is that you are allowed to have alcohol on the beach as long as it is not glass and, of course, you have to be at least 21 years old. Leo Carrillo also has camping available on the non-beach side of PCH that is walking distance from the beach.
Can you park overnight at Leo Carrillo?
Sites with electrical hookups are $60 per night. The group site is $225 per night. The fee to add additional vehicles to a campsite is $12 per night per vehicle (all prices as of 2016). To get to the campground: Take PCH west through Malibu to the park entrance.
Can you drink at Leo Carrillo beach?
Does Leo Carrillo beach allow bonfires?
Leo Carrillo served on the California Beach and Parks commission for eighteen years — and now you can honor him by toasting him with some well-made roasted campfire hotdogs! Creating a fire is allowed in the fire rings when fire level permits, and you just have to reserve a spot on the state parks website.