|entrance to the beach|
outdoors...even if it needs to occur a few days before the actual holiday. Our group had a premature celebration of All Hallows Evening via a weekend camp-out at Point Mugu State Park.
|views from hiking heights|
Point Mugu is minutes from excellent surfs spots (swells depending ;), next door to rocky bluffs with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, adjacent to 70 miles of hiking trails (if you're lucky like we were, you'll have a nature expert to teach you about the local flora around the trails), a short walk to the beach (*side note: if you land a camp site closer to the park entrance you will be lulled to sleep by the sound of ocean waves), just up the road from a giant sand dune, and a great starting point for trail runners and cyclists alike.
Fire glow, moon beams, the pungent scent of raw pumpkin, and the sound of the gently biting breeze through the trees was the perfect setting for our Halloween Prequel.