Tuna Canyon Park

4.7164 Votes
  • Address: Malibu, CA 90265, USA, United States
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Trail, Park, Family And Kids, Nature

One of the best ways to explore the beauty of the seaside town of Malibu is by hiking through the Tuna Canyon Park. A series of well-marked trails lead to this beautiful park set atop the mountains from where you can get a panoramic view of the ocean and the coastline of the city of Malibu. The trail to the Tuna Canyon Park is abundant in greenery and a treat for nature lovers. You will see some interesting local wildlife and birds on the way of your hike so keep your eyes peeled. Be careful to mark the entrance of the Park on your map as it is a fairly narrow trail and is easily missed by most travellers!

  • Tuna Canyon Park Address: Malibu, CA 90265, USA, United States
  • Time required to visit Tuna Canyon Park: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 36.12% of people who visit Malibu include Tuna Canyon Park in their plan

  • 26.09% of people start their Tuna Canyon Park visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Tuna Canyon Park

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tuna Canyon Park

People normally club together Malibu Pier and Las Tunas State Beach while planning their visit to Tuna Canyon Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Tuna Canyon Park Reviews & Ratings

  • Beautiful , the view took my breath away . So so very pretty.

  • The love of my life asked me to be his wife at this beautiful location. Absolutely wonderful drive and place to see! Total experience just in the scenery itself! For personal reasons and some not so much this place will forever remain in my memories with the beauty it holds.

  • The biggest problem with it is it’s an awful pain in the butt to get to. The road there is straight up and incredibly windy. I parked next to a fire access road on Tuna Canyon and took that to the trail. There are trails running all over the place and there are absolutely no trail signs anywhere. I had to rely completely on google maps. The views are spectacular and there are very few people on the trail most of the time. It’s dog friendly and I took the pup. There are quite a few significant hills but they aren’t so bad that you can’t handle them. This is one of the SoCal hikes you can go on and actually feel like you’re in nature. There are tons of flies for some reason. They really are all over the place. A lot of lizards and I did see a rabbit. Didn’t see any mosquitoes but I was there during the day.

  • Rwally enjoyed it was nice an very easygoing. Only compliant tar spots. Step on one and ended up with a tar stain on both the buttom of my foot hand and blanket. Also alot of seaweed whatever stuff but other then that great view and somewhat friendly people

  • What a great park I took my dog over there and we had so much fun it’s in the nature feel the nature had to three

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