(831) 667-2315 This state park is named after Julia Pfeiffer Burns, a effectively revered pioneer woman in the Massive Sur country. The park stretches from the Massive Sur coastline into nearby three,000-foot ridges. It features redwood, tan oak, madrone, chaparral, and an 80-foot waterfall that drops from granite cliffs into the ocean from the Overlook Path. A panoramic view of the ocean and miles of rugged coastline is accessible from the upper elevations alongside the trails east of Highway 1.
PFEIFFER SEASIDE – Huge Sur’s most popular coastal entry point, Pfeiffer Seaside is hard to search out if you happen to’ve by no means been to it earlier than. The trick is locating unmarked Sycamore Canyon Street. Here is a tip – Sycamore Canyon Street is the one paved, ungated street west of Highway One between the Big Sur post workplace and Pfeiffer Large Sur State Park. Once you find the turnout, make a very sharp turn. Then follow the road for about two miles until it ends. Drive fastidiously – this is slim and winding street. It’s unsuitable for trailer site visitors. From a big parking area on the end of the street, a short, nicely-marked path results in the seashore. Cliffs tower above this breathtaking stretch of sand, and a large arch-formed rock formation simply off-shore makes for some dazzling sunsets.
On the central coast of California in Monterey County. The entrance is located three miles south of Carmel on Freeway 1. $10.00 entrance price per automobile. Campers staying at Kirk Creek and Plaskett Creek, Ponderosa and Nacimiento Campgrounds nonetheless receive FREE DAY USE at Sand Greenback Beach.
From a big car parking zone across the Highway One from Plaskett Creek Campground, a well-constructed stairway results in a crescent-shaped seashore that’s protected, like Andrew Molera State Park’s seaside, from the wind by bluffs. Wondering where all these beachs are in relationship to at least one another? Click on Here to view a map of the Big Sur Coast.