Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is a state park in Monterey County, California, near the area of Big Sur on the state’s Central Coast. It covers approximately 1,006 acres of land. The park is centered on the Big Sur River. It has been nicknamed a “mini Yosemite.” Redwood trees are known to live up to 2,200 years.
Pfeiffer Big Sur is an extremely popular campground. Reservations fill up six months in advance, even in the winter. All campsites at Pfeiffer Big Sur are on a reservation system. During peak season, the entire campground is usually reserved (booked 6 months in advance). Occasionally, there may be cancellations that allow some day-of sites to be available. To get a day-of campsite (also known as a walk-up campsite), you must be physically present at the park’s entrance kiosk. Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park has one cabin available for reservation.