Asilomar State Beach & Conference Grounds
Asilomar's conference grounds have been part of the Pacific Grove community for over 85 years and have been a part of the State Park System for nearly a half-century. Asilomar has evolved in order to assure its world-renowned retreat status, while protecting its incomparable natural and cultural resources. So that Asilomar may continue to meet the needs of our visitors, a general plan update was completed between 2001 and 2004. The plan was approved by the California State Park and Recreation Commission in September, 2004. This updated plan will ensure public enjoyment while continuing to protect the historic and natural resource values that help to create Asilomar's unique beauty and ambiance.
The Asilomar State Beach and Conference Grounds - General Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report (September 17, 2004) consists of the approved preliminary general plan with changes resulting from public and staff comments, and the State Park and Recreation Commission Resolution approving the plan.
The General Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report, Administrative Draft General Plan/Draft EIR - Response to Comments, Notice of Determination, and State Park and Recreation Commission Resolution (19-2004) are available for viewing and download below.
General Plan and Final Environmental Impact Report - September 2004
Administrative Draft General Plan/Draft EIR - Response to Comments - June 2004
Notice of Determination
State Park and Recreation Commission Resolution - Approving the Plan