County Line beach, also known as "El Pescador State Beach," is a popular surfing spot located in the Malibu area of California. It is named after the nearby County Line that separates Los Angeles and Ventura counties, this location is well known by surfers, hikers and campers. It is a popular spot for beachgoers and surfers, offering a scenic spot to relax, play in the waves, or hike along the coastal bluffs. The beach has a large parking lot and restrooms, and there is also a small campground located nearby. The beach is known for its good surf conditions, and it's a popular spot for locals as well as visitors. Beachgoers will also find picnic tables, BBQ grills and fire rings that are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The nearby El Pescador State Beach is also a popular spot for fishing and kayaking.