Riverside Campground and Cabins

Address: Route 1, Big Sur, California, 93920, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Route 1, Big Sur, is near Big Sur Station and Molera Horseback Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Sur

    See-Elefanten

    A travel blog entry by kumei on Apr 14, 2015

    21 photos

    " The Greatest Meeting of Land and Sea" so kann man unsere heutige Reiseetappe zwischen Pismo Beach und Big Sur am Hwy Nr. 1 bezeichnen. Wer die "französische Riviera" kennt...., dann ist das, was wir hier sehen, einfach noch um ein Mehrfaches gewaltiger.

    Heute sind wir definitiv auf dem schönsten und einsamsten Abschnitt des Hwy Nr. 1 …

    Big Sur

    A travel blog entry by jennie_michael on Sep 15, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Americans who blessed us! We then carried on along the coast road stopping along the way at Oceano Dunes. You are allowed to drive along this long dunes, we decided not to in a rental car, but we did paddle in the Pacific Ocean and saw a sea otter trying to make friends with an unsuspecting swimmer! We arrived in Santa Barbara and walked along the pier with an ice cream! Santa Barbara is a really lovely place, if you look past the several oil rigs ...

    Last Sea Day

    A travel blog entry by buddyp on Sep 12, 2015

    14 photos

    ... using their eyes and binoculars to scan for danger. If whales are spotted the course will be adjusted to avoid any harm. Of course radar is the primary safety tool, but small boats and whales cannot be seen by radar. Other officers observe the operation from a variety of terminals we were not allowed to see. The bridge is the widest point on the vessel The "wings" are designed to allow the crew to see each side through a glass floor window. This is used when the vessel ...

    Monterey - along the California Coast

    A travel blog entry by brucemcandie on Apr 12, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    Monterey is a little jewel along the California Coast. Quite some time ago this place was thriving due to the local fishing industry. Apparently this industry dropped off but tourism has kicked in and the place is a hub of activity. The hotel we stayed in hangs out across the water - very pleasant. Clam chowder is still a feature of almost any menu around here ...

    Leaving San Francisco For Big Sur

    A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 08, 2014

    14 photos

    ... nick-nacks by the RV load, the occasional low-rider pumping out gangster doof with the silver tooth chauffeur in wrap around shades smiling at inflatable orange girls. And the endless NO rules along with reminders that you are standing on US property and you will be trespassing if you proceed.

    We walked the beach front, from lighthouse to surfer statue whistling "This Land Is Your Land." From ice cream store to roller coaster, we fixed dinner in the ...