Plaskett Creek Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPlaskett Creek Campground Big Sur
Very nice campground full of grass, seawaves rocking the cliff are heard during night.
Firewood is for sale. Flushing toilets present. Pay the fee ($20 in 2014) into the box right after checking-in (max 30 minutes).
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