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Parks and Beach Accessways Closed by Recent Winter Storms

February 8, 2024

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LOS ANGELES, CA (February 8, 2024) — The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) announced today the following parks and beach accessways are CLOSED due to damage from the recent winter rain storms:

  • Temescal Gateway Park
  • Franklin Canyon Park
  • Escondido Canyon Park
  • Corral Canyon Park
  • Carbon Beach East and West beach accessways
  • Lechuza Beach East Sea Level and Bunnie Lane/Lot (West Sea Level Drive is OPEN)
  • Hidden Beach accessway closed at beachside

The Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (MRCA) is a local government public entity exercising joint powers of the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, the Conejo Recreation and Park District and the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District. The MRCA is dedicated to the preservation and management of local open space and parkland, wildlife habitat, coastal access, watershed lands, and trails in both wilderness and urban settings, and to ensuring access to public parkland and coastal resources. The MRCA works in cooperation with the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and other local government partners to acquire parkland, participate in vital planning processes, work towards wildfire resilience, and connect wildlife habitat. The MRCA manages more than 75,000 acres of parkland that it owns and that are owned by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy. It is one of the lead agencies revitalizing the Los Angeles