Jalama Beach / Park
This Santa Barbara County Park maintains 98 campsites, all overlooking the ocean or beachfront. Each site has a picnic table and BBQ pit, with hot showers, restrooms and water nearby. 29 sites offer electrical hookups, and dump stations are available.
Land near Jalama Creek was once a Chumash Indian settlement named “Halama”. In 1943, 23.5 acres of privately owned land was donated to the County of Santa Barbara, and thus, our park was formed.
Campsites are assigned on a first come, first served basis — one site to one vehicle. Only group areas may be reserved in advance. Keep in mind that summer is our busiest time, and that campsites fill fast. Check-out is 2:00 pm. Campers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Jalama Beach is a respite from typically bustling seaside parks, yet offers many conveniences. Groceries, personal care sundries, firewood, fishing bait and tackle, ice, beer and wine may be purchased at the Jalama Store. Other services include mailing, facsimile, and video rentals. The store and its popular Grill are open daily from 8:00 am. Check out its web site at www.JalamaBeach.com.
Day-use picnic areas provide tables and raised fire boxes. Additional activities include surfing, whale-watching, birdwatching, nature photography, rock hounding, and fishing the surf or rock outcroppings for perch, cabezon, kelp, bass, or halibut. Many protected California native plants like sand verbena, saltbush, and sea rocket, grow within park boundaries.
Jalama Beach County Park Contact Info:
9999 Jalama Road
Lompoc, CA 93436
Recorded Information (805) 736-6316
Group Camping Reservations (805) 934-6211
Park Office (805) 736-3504
Fax (805) 735-8020