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Andrew Molera State Park

47555 Highway 1

There are 24 identified sites. Camping is allowed only at these sites with a maximum of four people per site. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

The establishment of 24 sites with a limit of four people per site will allow for maximum availability of individual campsites, yet continue to meet the required carrying capacity. Due to these changes, however, group camping at Trail Camp is no longer feasible. Dogs are not allowed in Trail Camp, on any trails, or at the beach. Please contact the park for additional information.

Bridge Notice - Seasonal bridges that cross the river are installed, depending on seasonal conditions, from around June through October.


Kristie Moore

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
We did a 9 mile hike here. The trails are not too well maintained- a lot of tall bushes and trail should be cleaned more often. Check the weather, might be windy near the ocean or for 2 miles of the hike. Beautiful view of the ocean, not too much shade. $10 parking cash only. Like this review if it’s helpful!

Naomi Donabedian

Monday, June 18, 2018
Most of the hikes are open. Beach access. Recommend the loop, 9 miles, all spectacular. You will need to cross a creek to get to and from some hikes. Bring exact change for the parking, $10. No cashier when I arrived.

Cherri Metzger

Saturday, June 23, 2018
This is a beautiful park. The beach is classic central coast and remote. The ridge hike is awesome Last trip there I found a baby rattlesnake on the trail, so keep your eyes open.

Genaro Morales

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
The whole area is absolutely beautiful. I'd go every year if I could! The water is cold, so bring a wetsuit! A short walk brings you to the beach, I wild bring water shoes because you have to cross a stream. It gets very crowded on holidays, so be sure to plan accordingly.

Bryan Duggan

Sunday, June 3, 2018
The campground is currently closed due to storm damage, so the park is day use only right now. It's still a great park for easy hiking to the ocean and for a day on the beach. It's in a beautiful location, and it's not far from any of the other parks in and around Big Sur.

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