Monday, August 06, 2007
Malibu Public Beach Safaris
Los Angeles Urban Rangers
Saturday, Aug. 4, 9:30am-1pm – West Malibu beaches
Sunday, Aug. 5, 9:30am-1pm – East Malibu beaches
Saturday, Aug. 11, 1:30-5pm – East Malibu beaches
Sunday, Aug. 12, 1:30-5pm – West Malibu beaches
Tired of Zuma and Surfrider? Want to find and use the other beaches in Malibu? The twenty miles that are lined with private development? The "Malibu Public Beaches" safaris will show you how to find, park, walk, picnic, and sunbathe on a Malibu beach. Each 3 1/2-hour safari visits two or three beaches and explores natural history, jurisdiction, and the identification of public and private property. Skills-enhancing activities include a public-private boundary hike, an accessway hunt, sign watching, and a public easement potluck.
Safaris in August are free, but are currently full. To sign up for our waiting list, please email us.
Download the "Malibu Public Beaches" guide, an easy-to-use resource for understanding the beaches and accessways. (PDF: 471KB)
Download the "Malibu Beaches Owners Manual," article by Jenny Price, reprinted from LA Observed. (PDF: 368KB)
Read the August 2, 2007 LA Times article "Open season on 'private' beaches" by Jennifer Kim.
Guide to Malibu's hidden beaches / Part I / Jenny Price
Guide to Malibu's Hidden Beaches / Part II / Jenny Price
Guide to Malibu's Hidden Beaches / Part III / Jenny Price