MALIBU, Calif. — Sitting just north of Malibu’s more well-recognized coastline, Leo Carrillo State Park has long been a popular getaway for campers seeking a slice of the outdoors.
Wildfires ravaged Leo Carrillo State Parks campgrounds, one of the most popular camping spots in California. (Photo courtesy of Karena Kahlberg)
But now, like much of the area, the campground — on the northern border of Los Angeles County — has fallen victim to the Hill fire, with a “good amount” of fire damage, according to State Parks superintendent Tyson Butzke.
Damage from Hill fire closes Leo Carrillo State Park.