Big Sur is the perfect place to take a break and take in the beauty of the Redwoods.
It’s a perfect place for a little vacation, but if you’re looking to spend the weekend, here are some great options.1.
Camp Redwood State Park: This campground, located on the coast of the Colorado River, has some of the best views of the valley in the state.
Located in the Big Sur National Forest, this campground is also perfect for camping.
It is well-maintained and features a variety of activities, including hiking, camping, and water activities.2.
Redwood Canyon State Park and Preserve: Located on the north end of Redwood Creek, this beautiful campground offers a variety and types of campground amenities including campsites, cabins, cabanas, fire rings, and an overlook.3.
The Preserve of Redwoods State Park is located on Redwood Lake in the north of Red County.
The campsite offers a wide variety of campgrounds, including cabins and cabins with cabins that offer fire rings.4.
The Blue Creek Campground offers campgrounds with cabanas and cabanas with fire rings along with water activities such as swimming and biking.5.
Camp Camp in Painted Rock State Park has cabins available for those with a desire to take in a unique camping experience.
Camping here is well worth it because of the spectacular views and proximity to the redwoods.6.
Camp in Redwood Falls State Park offers a lot of options for camping with the beautiful Redwood and Blue Creek Redwood Reservoir.
There are also several watercraft facilities, including waterfalls and kayaks.7.
The Redwood Trail is a scenic route along the Redwood River, located about an hour outside of Big Sur.
It offers an abundance of campsites and cabens, but is best enjoyed at night.8.
The Green Lake State Park, located in the northwest corner of Big Beach State Park in the Blue Mountains, offers a few options for the winter.
You can camp in cabins or cabanas or camp in campsites that offer hot tubs and grills.9.
The Big Beach Campground in the North Big Beach National Forest offers a campground with cabens for those who want to experience a little bit of camping in the park.10.
Camp on the Red Rock Creek, Blue Creek, and Redwood Rivers in Big Sur, where you can enjoy a relaxing summer camp.
This is a great spot to enjoy a campfire.