Point Mugu State Park spans from the Pacific Coast Highway to the edges of Conejo Valley in Ventura County. Hiking here especially in the spring provides a beautiful experience as the waterfalls have water and the wildflowers are in full bloom. Come along with me as I tell you about my favorite places in Point Mugu State Park, from tall peaks all the way to sandy beaches.
Updated: October 24, 2018
I have hiked many times in Point Mugu State Park, in all seasons. Early spring is my favorite season however, when all the vegetation is coming to life. I have also enjoyed the Point Mugu State Beach on numerous occasions with my kids as we have observed many birds and some occasional dolphins and sea lions. Come along with me as I show you some of my favorite travel photos from Point Mugu State Park.
I call this the “Pajama Parade” because parade participants come dressed in their everyday clothes even their pajamas sometimes. Even though it has improved over the years, this is not the “Rose Parade” with fancy floats and carefully selected marching bands. The Camarillo Christmas Parade is a parade for the community; it’s a great feeling to see people you know walking in the parade.