If you're a first time visitor to McWay Waterfall Trail, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions near McWay Waterfall Trail.
Here are some of the most recommended attractions near McWay Waterfall Trail.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:
"Nepenthe has the best view and McWay Falls is a must see." See More
"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
"My favorite is the McWay Waterfall Trailhead- real easy and you get a view of waterfall falling straight onto the beach." See More
"Big Sur River Inn - - but I think the road is still closed from the Landslide in February - - Esalen - ditto I think Esalen may still be clsoed - re-opening in August." See More
":) Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park Andrew Molera State Park Treebones Resort : glamping at its best, these yurts offer ocean views." See More
"If you're up for a big adventure, near Pfeiffer Beach you can hike to Sykes Hot Springs." See More
"While you're down there, be sure to check out the Big Sur Bakery and Restaurant, Big Sur Deli, Big Sur Spirit Garden, Coast Gallery & Cafe, and Henry Miller Memorial Library." See More
"For the drive from SF to LA, I'd stick to the coast and check out Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park where there is an amazing cove with a waterfall right off the road." See More
"If you are taking the coast road between SF and LA, then that is probably scenic Highway 1 through Big Sur To break up the driving, you could spend each night in a different place, for example, 1st night along Highway 1 / Big Sur State Park, in a nice though pricey hotel." See More
"Check out Pfeiffer Beach Day Use Area in Big Sur." 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
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