Enjoy scenic views at a historic destination
You access Big Sur Lodge on Highway 1 from the North. Lodging, retail, and dining are all available seven days a week. Many trails are open. Visit our Big Sur News and Updates page.
IS EVERYTHING OKAY IN BIG SUR LODGE? IS IT DANGEROUS, I’M A LITTLE WORRIED?
Everything is fine and safe at the Big Sur Lodge! No danger! There was a big slide on the coast 40 miles south of Big Sur Lodge but that didn’t affect us. Our beautiful little valley is still serene and lovely!
IS YOUR RESTAURANT OPEN?
Yes! We are serving breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week either in the Homestead Restaurant, the Fireplace Room or on our Redwood Patio that overlooks the Big Sur River. You may order at the café and we will bring your delicious food to your table wherever you choose to land!
IS THE PFEIFFER STATE PARK OPEN?
Yup! Take a walk under the redwood canopy, and then jump in at the swimming hole! Hike along the valley trails. You can camp or you can just picnic and BBQ in the day use area.
I HAD PLANNED TO GO TO HEARST CASTLE AFTER LEAVING BIG SUR. HOW CAN I DO THAT?
It’s easy! Head back up to Monterey, then take 101 South to Paso Robles where Hwy 46 takes you right back to the coast… just a few miles from Hearst Castle. There are some lovely little wineries in the area! (Don’t forget to see the elephant seals!)
YES, BUT WON’T THIS ADD HOURS ON TO MY TRIP?
Nope. Although it will add miles to your trip, it will take just about the same amount of time as you will bypass 60 miles of narrow, windy road.
Travelers will be able to reach Big Sur from San Luis Obispo County by the end of July read more >>
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