The photos for Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park have been updated (November 2013) and correctly reflect the new campsite numbers.
With 1,006 acres of redwoods, conifers, oaks, maples, cottonwoods and alders – plus beautiful open meadows – visitors often refer to Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park as a “mini Yosemite’. It offers miles of scenic hiking trails through redwood groves and offers spectacular views of the Big Sur area. The Park is located about 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean which can be reached by car or by hiking a trail along the Big Sur River to the coast. The campground has 184 campsites (for RVs, trailers and tents) located on the valley floor through where the Big Sur River flows. The campground has flush toilets, hot showers and WiFi! There’s also a camp store to load up on snacks and supplies. And don’t forget to spend some time cruising Highway 1 and seeing the sites like Pfeiffer Beach, McWay Falls, the Bixby Bridge, Ragged Point and the various little towns, spas and art galleries.