like all campgrounds in big sur, it gets packed. But the campsites are decent and there's access to a beautiful beach nearby.
Obviously this is worth all the blood, sweat and tears getting here. The tribe was so kind, the village was cute, and the waterfalls were amazing. If you're lucky enough to get tickets, GO.
Such an awesome campground, all of the campsites are beautiful. Everything is so green, and the river was so blue.
The location is awesome, two harbors has a summer camp feel. Easy little walk to town, great for those who dock their boats. VERY loud and crowded, my husband and I were exhausted after a long hike from Avalon.
Such a beautiful campground, and if you're lucky enough (like we were) you may get the whole place to yourself. The beach is beautiful, and there's nothing like the sunsets here.
I almost font want to review it because I dont want to share this place with anyone. Awesome campground with only a few first come first serve spots. A creek runs along the campground and a beautiful waterfall 1/4 a mile away.
Plenty of hiking, swimming, and rock climbing to do. BUT very crowded and very noisy. Campground takes reservations but cant reserve sites. This can be great if you arrive right at check in, but not for those planning to arrive after work.
Good campground near Santa Cruz. There's running water and campsites are pretty spacious.
Many great spots with lots of privacy. Running water and free hot showers! The beach was beautiful and perfect for kayaking.
Campsites are pretty close and get get pretty busy. But the waterfall is a short walking distance, and Lake Britton is in the park as well. We did have a good campsite backed up to the cliff.
LOVE this campground. You get the best of both worlds, forest and beach. Not many campsites but if you can get a reservation it's worth it. There's. waterfall in the park and a beautiful creek that runs through.
The campsites are a decent size with some privacy. The campground is a great place if youre looking for somewhere to crash for the night. It was the only campground available during a meteor shower, so it was perfect
One of the few campgrounds in Big Sur with beach access. Very different than most campgrounds in the area. It sits right on the bluff with trees and tall grass. It's a beautiful campground.
Great for a quick little weekend getaway. Especially for those who are less experienced campers! Restaurant and general store in walking distance.
Campsites have a decent size and provide some privacy. Not too much to do at the campground but Trestles is walking (ish) distance.
By far the best campground there. The river front campsites are awesome and have a great size. There's plenty of shade (which is rare for the area), and the section of river is so fun.
The campground is beautiful and can get crowded. The campsites are pretty big and have some privacy. There's a hiking trail in the campground with a great view. BUT camp hosts were very strict (which is usually fine) and approached us about 4 or 5 times to tell us to do things (we couldn't pull into our campsite, too loud, fire was too big). All of these can be reasonable things to fix but my husband and I are avid campers and have never had issues with camp hosts.
There's about 90 campsites here, with a few on the outer loop that provide alot of space. There's some hiking trails that aren't dog friendly. Cuyamaca lake, Anza Borrego, and Julian are nearby to explore.
Beautiful with plenty of trees to create barriers between campsites. The beach is beautiful with walking paths throughout. There's also a little campstore.
The campsites have no privacy, and more like a dirt parking lot. But we go so my husband can surf, the beach is beautiful and you can just let your dogs go.