Point Mugu State Park is separated into two different campgrounds: the beachfront Thornhill-Broome and the inland Sycamore Canyon. The two are very different places to camp. Thornhill-Broome is beachfront, nose-to-tail camping along Highway 1. All spots have little privacy, but are spacious, have ocean views, spectacular sunsets and have abundant sand for beach play. Sometimes the water access is limited due to rocks that sometimes pile up after winter storms. We hace camped here many times over the years and you never know how rocky or sandy the beach will be at teh water's edge. Highway 1 noise is a definite factor here, especially in the evening and early morning weekdays as commuters travel into Santa Monica along this route. It can get windy in the evenings here, typically from about 4 in the afternoon until about an hour after sunset. At Sycamore Canyon a quieter riparian oak setting is what you'll find. Sites are pretty and woodsy, but this camp is mostly inhabited by tent campers and parking a medium to large sized rig in here can be difficult.
Good Sites @ Thornhill-Broome: 1-40
Poor Sites @ Thornhill-Broome: 41 and up
Potable Water: Yes
Dump within Facility: Only at Sycamore Canyon