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This park gives you lots of avenues for escape but if you bring a dog there are very limited trails you can take them. If you want a site here you also need to book months in advance or be very lucky. Some sites are...More
I stayed with other 12 families for weekend camp.
1. a lot of faucet at the camp site. This save you trip for cooking, washing, and cleaning
2. the creek: big rocks, particles, sand beach...etc. can enjoy different "faces" of the creek. The water is...More
The name of this part implies it's the biggest destination in the area, but... I don't get it. I stopped at the Big Sur info station as well as the entry booth at this state park to ask where I should do here. That's where...More
I am reviewing the campground portion of this park.
I was a female traveling alone, so I wanted to hike without getting too isolated. This place is perfect for that, as there are plenty of people around to make you feel safe, but not so...More
Big Sur, nothing can capture it's presence other than your own eyes while driving down Hwy1. The expansive coastline with crashing waves, bridges, valleys, forests and mountains. Wildlife, unbelievable. Most trails were easily marked. Plenty of pull off areas for scenic views when on the...More
Paid the 10 dollars to park at the official trailhead and was provided with a map which was too broad scale to be any use for hiking. Checked out the notice boards at the various information points in the car park and at the wardens...More