Malibou Lake Mountain Club
Malibou Lake (not Malibu) is a man-made private lake in the Santa Monica Mountains located south of Paramount Ranch and Agoura Hills, and north of Malibu. The Peter Strauss Ranch is to the east. Malibou Lake was created in 1926 after a dam was constructed at the confluence of Triunfo Creek and Lobo Creek. Water that overflows the dam is the headwater of Malibu Creek which flows to Malibu Lagoon which is part of the Santa Monica Bay or Pacific Ocean. The Century Lake and Dam, once known as Craig's Lake, is to the east of Malibou Lake on Malibu Creek. A private community of approximately 250 homes surrounds the lake. Homeowners are members of the Malibou Lake Mountain Club which maintains the lake, clubhouse, and common area. Malibou Lake has been the site of many movies including Gone with the Wind, The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Bad Seed, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and Frankenstein. It continues to be used by the film industry. Former President Ronald Reagan owned a home at Malibou Lake. The community of Cornell is immediatley to the west.
Malibou Lake Mountain Club
Malibou Lake Mountain Club (MLMC) is one of two communities at Malibou Lake in the Santa Monica Mountains. The other community is Malibu Lakeside. MLMC is not a cooperative, but it operates similar to a stock cooperative. Home buyers acquire title to their individual home and a long-term renewable license that gives them the right to occupy a defined area within the community. All home owners within the community become members of the Malibou Lake Mountain Club which operates like a homeowners association with a board of directors. Amenities include Malibou Lake, boating, exceptional views, a large clubhouse, and lots of open space and trees.
Lake Vista Trail
Lake Vista Trail in Malibu Creek State Park has a scenic overlook that provides a beautiful view of Malibou Lake, Malibu Lake Mountain Club, and the surrounding Santa Monica Mountains. The 4.1 mile trail starts at 27800 Mulholland Highway just south of Agoura Hills. It is a very popular hike.
Malibu Lakeside is a community located at Malibou Lake in the Santa Monica Mountains. It was established in 1926. the community is governed by a homeowners association that is active in maintaining the high quality of the neighborhood.
Medea Creek is a small creek that originates in the Simi Hills north of Oak Park in Ventura County. The creek flows south through Medea Creek Natural Park in Oak Park and then south through Agoura Hills, past Chumash Park and then further south through Malibu Junction into unincorporated Agoura. It then flows south into Malibou Lake which is a man-made lake located in the Santa Monica Mountains near Paramount Ranch. Any overflow from Malibou Lake flows into Malibu Creek and eventually into Malibu Lagoon which is part of Santa Monica Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Malibou Lake is not spelled like the name of the creek and city.
Malibu Creek is a year-round stream in the Santa Monica Mountains that flows from the dam at Malibou Lake through Malibu Creek State Park to Malibu Lagoon which is part of the Santa Monica Bay and Pacific Ocean. Malibou Lake was created in 1926 after a dam was constructed at the confluence of Triunfo Creek and Lobo Creek. Water that regularly overflows the dam is the headwater of Malibu Creek. Malibou Lake is not spelled like the name of the stream and city.