8am to Sunset
Andrew Molera State Park
Andrew Molera Campground
November 4, 2023 - Trailcamp at Andrew Molera State Park is closed for the season. For camping reservations for next season, please visit www.ReserveCalifornia.com Campgrounds are expected to open in June 2024 and sites can be reserved up to 6 months in advance.
The footbridge across the Big Sur River has been removed for the winter season. To get to the beach or access Creamery Meadow, Ridge, Panorama or Bluff trails you need to wade across the river.
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HIGHWAY 1 CLOSURES
Northbound / Southbound 1 Full Closure
From South end of Limekiln Creek Bridge to Lucia
Due to Slide Removal
No estimated time for reopening of closure.
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Last updated: 11/16/2023 5:08pm
About Andrew Molera State Park
In the spectacular Big Sur area, this park is still relatively undeveloped and offers visitors great hiking and beachcombing as well as panoramic views of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, a federal marine protected area. Miles of trails wind through meadows, bluffs, beaches and hilltops.
The weather can be changeable. Layered clothing is advised. In winter, overnight temperatures can range in the 30s-50s (Fahrenheit). Winter daytime temperatures can be low 50s-mid 70s. In summer, overnight temperatures can range in the 50s-70s, with daytime temperatures typically in the 70s-80s. Summer mornings bring fog, which usually burns off by midday.
Near mile marker 51.2 on Highway 1, the park is located 21 miles south of Carmel.
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(CAMPING ONLY) LATE ARRIVALS: BigSur@parks.ca.gov
Additional Visitor Services
- Ventana Wildlife Society (Wildlife sanctuary and educational programs)