Big Sur is famous for its camping locations. It is a natural habitat for redwood trees and diverse wildlife.
The park comprises about 200 camping spots that give a great view of the Big Sur River as it flows through the area.
This is the perfect campground if you are ready to connect with nature and be off the grid. There is no running water, showers, toilets, or cell service.
The camp offers tent sites, RV sites, camping cabins, and standard cabins. The campground has a quiet time rule from 10 pm to 8 am.
It offers a different camping experience as it is a privately owned campground with a family-friendly hotel resort.
This beautiful campground has ocean access and excellent hiking trails where you can see a great view of Big Sur, including the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary