Malibu Beach RV Park, Malibu, CA
Malibu Beach RV Park
Thornhill Broome Beach is part of Point Mugu State Park. Camping here is mainly for RV campers however there are a few camp sites for tents. The wind can really blow along this section of the Southern California coast especially during the winter months.
The main attraction here is being able to pull up your rig and park right on the beach. Nothing between you and the surf except the rocky beach. Yes it's rocky here with very little sand although there is some sandy areas in the southern section of the beach.
The good part about Thornhill Broom is its beach front location, downside is the lack of sand on the beach. If you camp hear in an RV it's a fun time, tent camping can be a challenge at Thornhill Broome.
Thornhill Broom's 62 campsites are considered primitive sites and are limited to 8 people. Your trailer is considered a vehicle for parking purposes. Thornhill Broome campground, part of Point Mugu State Park, is located along the Pacific Coast Highway between Sycamore Cove and Point Mugu.
Water spigots and portable toilets are found at intervals along the campground. Picnic tables and fire rings are provided on the sand. Tents may be pitches there. There are no day-use facilities. Like Sycamore Canyon, reservations are not site specific. However, campers are usually allowed to look over the available sites once they arrive and choose one to their liking.
Suggestions and Comments from Previous Campers
The campground is mostly deserted in September.
It can get windy in the afternoon.
Leashed dogs are allowed anywhere on the beach and campground.
Some sites have rather rocky beaches.
Bring extra rope and tent stakes to secure your tent against the wind.
Limited overflow parking is available if you travel with more than one vehicle. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings. Chemical toilets and cold outside showers.