Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Big Sur
Categories: State Parks, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Featuring forests, granite cliffs, 2,500-year-old sequoia trees, and a 24 m (80 ft) waterfall that drops into the Pacific, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park offers hiking, camping, and scuba diving. The camping areas overlook the ocean, providing opportunities for whale watching. See the remains of McWay house, dedicated to the memory of Julia Pfeiffer Burns--a famous rancher of Big Sur. If you wish to camp at the site, you'll have a picnic table, fire ring, and restrooms provided. Make sure you take water, firewood, and clothes for changeable weather. A visit to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Big Sur vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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The hike isnt very long and the waterfalls aren't very impressive around this area. However, the views are breathtaking.
The views of the falls are simply stunning. You don't even need to hike as you can see it all from the road.
un lugar hermoso con mucha paz! parece una postal! Parada obligatoria si vas en auto del Big Sur!!!!a beautiful place with great peace! It looks like a postcard! Mandatory stop if you go by car from the Big Sur!show original
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