Jim Morrison Cave Corral Canyon Park Malibu

Update 5/2/16 This cave is now closed for an indefinite period due to a  huge increase in vandalism. The California Department of parks is spending $40,000.00 to remove the graffiti and return Jim Morrison’s Cave to its natural state.
Update 5/2/16 This cave is now closed for an indefinite period due to a huge increase in vandalism. The California Department of parks is spending $40,000.00 to remove the graffiti and return Jim Morrison’s Cave to its natural state.

Jim Morrison’s Cave is located at Corral Canyon Park in Malibu. It is doubtful that rocker Jim Morrison ever visited this sandstone cave but the name has stuck.

The cave made news headlines back in November of 2007 when a group of partiers made an illegal campfire and started a wildfire. Nearly 5,000 acres were burned and 50 homes destroyed.

Today Jim Morrison’s Cave attracts hikers and mountain bikers who visit Corral Canyon Park to explore nature. There is also a steady stream of social media-driven visitors looking for adventure.

The hike to the cave from Corral Canyon Road is an easy half-mile hike. Finding the entrance to the cave can be a little more difficult.

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