POINT LOBOS RANCH - NEW PROPERTY NOT OPEN TO PUBLIC USE PENDING FACILITY DEVELOPMENT
Monterey District State Parks - COVID-19 UPDATE
Due to the critical need to stop the #COVID19 surge, the Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park campground sites in Big Sur will temporarily be closed starting Sunday, December 13. Affected reservation holders will be contacted by ReserveCalifornia via email. Cancellations & refunds will be automatic.
About Point Lobos Ranch
This property is new and not currently available for public use, pending necessary planning, facility development and staffing.
The purpose of the Point Lobos Ranch property, in Monterey County, is to preserve and protect an extremely scenic portion of the northern Big Sur Coast, an area offering spectacular views of Carmel Bay and the Pacific Ocean coastline. The property contains one of the world's largest native Monterey Pine forests, examples of the rare Gowen cypress and areas of the rare maritime chaparral plant community. The property and surrounding public lands provide mountain lion habitat, and its San Jose Creek provides steelhead spawning grounds. The property contains significant Native American archaeological sites and an early twentieth century complex of ranch buildings.