Charmlee Wilderness Park is located over 532 acres within the best of the Santa Monica Mountains Coastal Slope Environment. The park includes picnic areas and over eight miles of hiking trails, native plant displays, and a nature center.
On April 8, 2019, the Malibu City Council voted to terminate the lease
agreement with the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy for the
exchange of Bluffs Open Space for Charmlee Wilderness Park. Charmlee Wilderness Park sustained substantial damage during the Woolsey
Fire. The City will take over the FEMA process for repairing the park which is closed until further notice pending repair.
CSULB Mapping Project - Students from California State University, Long Beach, under a grant from the National Science Foundation, mapped both the geological and biological resources that exist at Charmlee Park