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Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park


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65084 Highway 1
Big Sur, CA 93920

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"I don't know when are you traveling, now the routes are closed, but I highly recommend Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park there is beautiful views to the sea there."  See More

"Nepenthe and Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park may be closed."  See More

":) Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park Andrew Molera State Park Treebones Resort : glamping at its best, these yurts offer ocean views."  See More

"Big Sur lodges in the Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park are outstanding."  See More

"There can be several stops ranging from wonderful aquarium and pier in Monterey, Henry Miller Memorial Library to lighthouses, hikes around Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and Plaskett Creek Campground and fantastic Limekiln Beach State Park."  See More

"Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is a beautiful place to hike."  See More

"You can stop at Hearst Castle, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park (Mc Way Falls) and of course Big Sur."  See More

"I recommend Andrew Molera State Park & Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park."  See More

"Be sure to stop by Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park to see the natural waterfall!"  See More

"Catching a sunset at Pfeiffer State Beach or morning light over the waterfall at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is a special experience."  See More

"My two favorites in Big Sur are Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and Big Sur Bakery and Restaurant."  See More

"Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is outstanding."  See More

"In addition, to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, there's also Andrew Molera State Park."  See More

"The Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is a great park for hiking with quite a few trails, complete with the amazing view below."  See More

"Big Sur also has Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and McWay Falls which are must sees there."  See More

"It's so beautiful, and there's plenty of state parks to check out if you have the time (Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Andrew Molera State Park, etc."  See More

"Be sure to stop off at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park for a little hike and great views!"  See More

"Stop at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park to see one of the most beautiful waterfalls."  See More

"Further south in Big Sur make sure to stop at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park to see the only waterfall on the west coast that lands directly on the beach."  See More

"I would suggest checking into Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park or Limekiln State Park or camp grounds at Montana De Oro State Park."  See More

"Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park into your GPS, and you can also pull over on turnouts along the road."  See More

"Pismo Beach beach Marisol At the Cliffs Resort has a nice happy hour and a lovely ocean view. In downtown Pismo near the pier you can rent surfboards/boogie boards/wetsuits if you wanna try those water sports out. Splash Cafe is know for its clam chowder it's always packed and has a real local feel, there is another in San Luis Obispo that is just as good and less crowds but not by the ocean. It also has delicious bread and pastries. Avila Beach is a really cute, really small beach town, at the end of the main road is Port San Luis and there you can rent kayaks and paddle boards to explore around the cliffs out to a tiny beach, a 5 minute walk will take you to a cute lighthouse and a really pretty view. If you happen to stay in San Luis Obispo there are lots of hikes with pretty views also, of my favorites are Bishop Peak. If you like wine tasting head to Paso Robles tons of wineries you can check out your options at >"  See More

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