Twenty miles from home, Malibu Creek State Park is a great place to relax on weekends. Southern California still has very beautiful inland rivers.
The sun passed through the low clouds, and the wind swept the chill in the early spring air. The streams with floating leaves, moist grasslands, scattered trees and hills were washed by rain, and they were slightly bright green. It's not like Los Angeles, it's more like the empty and indifferent English countryside of Jane Austen.
We walked for about an hour. The scenery is beautiful, convenient, and the path in this area. We hope to have a map so that we can go further.
There are few foreign tourists here, and most locals come here to camp. There is a tide pool and a climbing wall in the park. There are also many hiking trails.
Malibu Creek State Park, in Southern California, is an hour’s drive from LA, covering a super large area. The volcanic lava here is quite peculiar, attracting countless tourists and filmmakers.