Description - Located between Leo Carrillo and Point Dume State Beaches, Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach is made up of a number of cove or cliff-foot strands known as "pocket beaches".
- Located between Leo Carrillo and Point Dume State Beaches, Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach is made up of a number of cove or cliff-foot strands known as "pocket beaches" along the west end of the city of Malibu. There are signs on Pacific Coast Highway with the names of the beaches: El Pescador, La Piedra and El Matador. Each of these three small beaches are very unique. These beaches can be crowded during the summer, however during the off season, they offer a perfect opportunity to experience solitude at its finest.
Recreation - Swimming and strolling along the coast are the most popular activities found at this beach. Limited parking is available at the blufftop with paths leading down to the beach.
Climate - A warm, dry Mediterranean climate prevails over Southern California - inland it is hot in the summer, mild in the winter. Coastal areas have a more moderate climate with frequent fog in the summer. Most of the precipitation comes as rain during the winter months.
Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach is located 10 miles west of Malibu, California, on Highway One.