Visiting Big Sur during this time of year can mean gorgeous sunsets, beautiful beaches, uncrowded hikes, mild weather during the day and slightly lower temperatures at night.
Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
your best bet is to stay at Pfeiffer Big Sur if you want to be near McWay Falls. This waterfall is just a 15-20 minute drive from the campground.
Kirk Creek Campground
Kirk Creek will always be one of our favorite campgrounds in Big Sur. It sits right on the bluff, overlooking the ocean.
Camp at Fernwood Resort among the redwood trees. The bonus to Fernwood is the restaurant and general store for those times when you don’t feel like cooking or if you forgot a few supplies.
Andrew Molera State Park
When camping at Andrew Molera you can vouch for the surfing and nearby hikes. All of the 24 campsites are hike in only. It’s well worth the short hike to the campsites. They do provide a picnic table, fire pit with grill, and food storage bin at each campsite. There are also restrooms and garbage bins near the campsites.
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