Malibu Park

Laid-back elegance and serenity with stunning ocean views.

Overview for Malibu Park, CA

1,115 people live in Malibu Park, where the median age is 53 and the average individual income is $154,648. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

53 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Malibu Park, CA

Malibu Park has 410 households, with an average household size of 2. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Malibu Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 1,115 people call Malibu Park home. The population density is 1,473.599 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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41.08 / 58.92%

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Schools in Malibu Park, CA

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The following schools are within or nearby Malibu Park. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Around Malibu Park, CA

There's plenty to do around Malibu Park, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Malibu Makos Surf Camp, Rock N Rope Adventures, and Nails by Nancy.

Name Category Distance Reviews
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Active 0.82 miles 54 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 2.45 miles 83 reviews 5/5 stars
Beauty 1.37 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars
Beauty 2.45 miles 11 reviews 5/5 stars
Beauty 0.96 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars

Welcome to Malibu Park

Laid-back elegance and serenity with stunning ocean views
Malibu Park is a highly desirable neighborhood situated just above the popular Zuma Beach, Malibu’s sandiest beach. This serene community boasts stunning ocean and mountain views, as well as walkable amenities. Homes here are situated on large lots for optimal privacy and range in style from ranch to modern designs. Many properties feature sweeping ocean views and direct access to incredible hiking trails in the Malibu Mountains.
Malibu Park is a luxe, rural slice of Southern California. It's not uncommon for residents to keep horses and raise goats and chickens on their sprawling lots and large oceanview estates.
Malibu Park was a cattle farm until the 1950s, attributing to its signature low-slung ranch homes on spacious lots. Agricultural activity remains in Malibu Park today, with its orchid, avocado, flower, and herb farms.

What to Love

  • Proximity to Zuma Beach and the glistening shoreline
  • Direct access to Trancas Country Market and hiking trails
  • Large, private lots with stunning ocean views
  • Amenities within walking distance to each other

Local Lifestyle

The large parcels of land and privacy offered by many homes in Malibu Park add to the community’s tranquil and upscale casual feel. Many celebrities and SoCal elites call this seaside sanctuary home, as well as families who are drawn to its excellent school system.
Located adjacent to the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area, Malibu Park is perfect for those who frequently hike, mountain bike, or horseback ride.
A major draw for residents keeping horses and raising livestock here are the rustic beach vibes, spacious lot sizes, and agricultural lifestyle. Locals and visitors love the town’s proximity to unparalleled beauty found within the many nearby parks and trails.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

In Malibu Park, there are plenty of shopping and dining destinations reminiscent of the area’s signature low-key elegance.
Trancas Country Market is a favorite among locals. Set on a 17-acre natural sanctuary, Trancas features retail and dining experiences set in a charming and rustic, barn-style design offering relaxing open-air commons, a local garden nursery, and more. Don’t miss Vintage Grocers, a curated, hometown grocery store experience featuring gourmet, organic, natural, and conventional foods. Take in the breathtaking Malibu sunsets overlooking Zuma Beach while dining alfresco at Kristy’s Village Cafe.
Nearby Point Dume Village is also within reach, providing Malibu Park residents with additional shopping and dining options. Notable cuisine includes Latin-inspired fare from Lily's Cafe, snacks and superfoods from Sunlife Organics, handcrafted and homemade vegan ice cream from Cafe De La Plage, pizza from D'amores, and Pan-Asian cuisine from Thaia Malibu.

Things to Do

Whether you’re seeking solitude among nature and wildlife or looking to break a sweat on one of the area’s many hiking trails, there’s no shortage of outdoor adventure in and around Malibu Park. Just west of Malibu Park lies Zuma Canyon, a serene oasis of beauty and one of the most ecologically preserved areas in Malibu. Chock-full of diverse wildlife, Zuma Canyon is a favored destination among local bird-watchers hoping to catch a glimpse of a Golden Eagle and other birdlife. Zuma Canyon Trail boasts breathtaking views of Zuma Canyon and is home to an abundance of native wildlife and vegetation. With a gentle climb of 300 feet, this trail is wonderful for jogging, hiking, or horseback riding. Extend your adventure by looping around Canyon View Trail, which meanders upward along the ridge of the foothills, offering sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and Malibu. You’ll find the tallest waterfall in the Santa Monica Mountains at Edward Albert Escondido Canyon Trail and Waterfalls.
Head to the uber-popular Zuma Beach for the quintessential Southern California beach experience. It boasts nearly two miles of open sand and is devoid of housing—a rarity among the beaches of Malibu. Locals and visitors alike flock to this beach for its whale watching, volleyball, and surfing opportunities.


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