How do I get a reservation at Julia Pfeiffer?

How do I get a reservation at Julia Pfeiffer?

Reservations are required and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at Reserve California. You may also call toll free 1-800-444-7275.

Why is Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park closed?

UPDATE (February 10, 2021) – Much of this park is closed due hazardous conditions caused by the Dolan Fire and recent debris flows from heavy rains. The parking lot, restroom, Waterfall Overlook Trail and Partington Cove Trail are open. These areas contain numerous compromised trees and trail hazards.

How much does it cost to camp at Big Sur?

CAMPING FEES: $35/ night for a standard campsite at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. $50/ night for a premium campsite at Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. $30/night for an environmenal campsite at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park.

Is Pfeiffer Beach Covid open?

Area Status: Closed Beautiful beach with spectacular sunsets.

Why is Pfeiffer Beach purple?

The Purple Sand Realize that not ALL the sand on the beach at Pfeiffer is purple. There are patches generally along the northern part of the beach. It comes from manganese garnet in the hills being eroded and washed down the creek to the beach. You are more likely to see the purple sand after winter storms.

Does Pfeiffer Beach have purple sand?

Pfeiffer Beach, with its purple sand, IS down Sycamore Canyon Road at mile marker Mon 45.64. It is not a state park, but on Los Padres National Forest land. If you are heading north – the mile markers count UP.

Is Pfeiffer Beach hard to get?

Once you make it to the parking area for this tucked-away treasure, the sand is easily reached via a tenth of a mile long path. Pfeiffer Beach is sheltered by rock formations that look undeniably Big Sur as they get clobbered by waves. It only takes a short walk for Pfeiffer Beach to make a big impression.

Why does Pfeiffer Beach have purple sand?

Can you swim at Pfeiffer Beach?

Things to Do Swimming is allowed but no lifeguards are on duty. Pfeiffer is a day-use beach only. You can’t camp or stay after dark. You tend to see more of it if you go further north along the beach, but even more north than that the beach is known for attracting nude sunbathers.

Does Pfeiffer Beach really have purple sand?

The purple sand at Pfeiffer Beach is the result of manganese garnet deposits washing down onto the beach from neighboring hills. The streaks of purple are much more visible if you visit just after it has rained, which generally happens in winter and early spring in California.