The original name of this beach was Malibu Lagoon State Beach, but the newly revised name of this beach says it all. It is a surfer’s dream, and for that reason, it’s probably the best place to ride the waves with experienced boarders. In 2010, this beach was designated the first World Surfing Reserve due to the waves and its status as the birthplace for surfing’s popularity. Take your board out into the water for a rock and roll time on the coast. If you are more in tune with watching the action, take a walk down to the pier for a bit of fishing or bird watching as the waves swell. Parking varies from $3.00-$10.00 based on the season. There are concession stands available for snacks, and a number of restaurants sit along the Pacific Coast Highway.