Visitors may enjoy redwoods, conifers, oaks, open meadows and great views of the Pacific and Big Sur gorge. Big Sur Lodge is located in the park. The lodge has 61 guest rooms, a conference center, meeting rooms, a cafe, and a grocery store with many accessible features. The park is located 26 miles south of Carmel on Highway One. Phone (831) 667-2315 for more information.
Ten designated accessible campsites provide accessible tables and fire rings, and are usable. Some sites have hard packed dirt surfaces; others have thick duff or loose soil. All campsites have water spigots nearby, some with accessible designs. Five combo restroom/shower facilities are available and are usable. Generally accessible paths connect campsites and restrooms.
Campfire Center: The campfire center is fully accessible. Parking, restrooms, and path to the campfire center are accessible. Assistive listening devices are available upon request.
The main picnic area has been improved and includes accessible parking, tables, restrooms, and paths that connect facilities throughout the area. This includes a raised deck and ramp system that connects to the Big Sur Lodge.
The Nature Trail is approximately 0.28 mile long and can be accessed from trails near the lodge or from day-use lot 2.
Big Sur Lodge: Accessibility improvements have been made. Parking for autos and vans is accessible. Please call the Lodge concession at 1-800-424-4787 if you have special needs.
Campground store and laundry: Accessible parking is available. An accessible path leads to store and laundry, but store aisles are narrow. Staff is available to assist customers in the store. Laundry room has adequate clear space to maneuver and assistance is available for reaching coin boxes.