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A PREMIER ‘GLAMPING’ EXPERIENCE

August 12 – Sept 12, 2019

Caltrans is advising Highway 1 will be fully closed overnight from 9 pm to until 5 am Sundays through Friday mornings just south of Ragged Point in South Big Sur  (which is approximately 15 miles south of Treebones).  They are constructing a new viaduct. This overnight closure will start on August 12 and continue for approximately one month. For more info visit www.caltrans.com


Unique lodging and dining on California’s breathtaking Big Sur Coast.

Expansive views in all directions.

HIKE     EXPLORE     DINE     RELAX

You can touch the earth here.

 


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handyFamily-500x288 As a family we are Inspired by the enthusiasm and talent of our staff, rejuvenated by our guests, and challenged to keep our business fresh but warmly familiar to those who return again and again. Thank you for your continued patronage and sharing your love for the outdoors with us.

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I pledge to:

Share our coastal roads in a safe manner.

Be mindful of the impact of my actions.

Protect and respect Big Sur’s natural resources, public and private property, residents, employees, and visitors.

Leave no trace; and not damage or take what is not mine.

Camp only where allowed.

Be vigilant and fire safe.

Be a steward of this precious resource for the enjoyment of all.

Honor the spirit of Big Sur as it honors me.

Put the pledge into action.


 Los Padres National Forest officials raise fire restrictions

GOLETA, Calif. – In response to the increasing potential for a wildland fire start, Los Padres National Forest officials announced that fire restrictions will be raised throughout the Forest effective tomorrow, June 29. These restrictions will affect the use of campfires, stoves, smoking materials and internal combustion engines, and will remain in effect until the end of fire season in late autumn.

Effective June 29, the following restrictions will be in effect:

  • No open fires, campfires or charcoal fires will be permitted outside of developed recreation sites or designated Campfire Use Sites (list attached), even with a valid California Campfire Permit. Lanterns and portable stoves using gas, jellied petroleum or pressurized liquid fuel will be permitted, but only with a valid California Campfire Permit, which are available free-of-charge on the Forest website and at any U.S. Forest Service office. Forest visitors must clear all flammable material for five feet in all directions from their camp stove, have a shovel available, and ensure that a responsible person attends the stove at all times during use.
  • Smoking is prohibited, except within an enclosed vehicle, building, or a designated Campfire Use Site, or while stopped in an area at least three feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable material.
  • Internal combustion engines may be operated only on roads or designated trails. This restriction is in effect year-round. Please make sure your engine is tuned, operating properly, and has an approved spark arrester.
  • Fireworks – even the “safe and sane” variety – are not permitted at any time or in any location within the Forest,

For a list of Developed Recreation Sites and Campfire Use Sites in Los Padres National Forest, or further information regarding Fire-Safe Camping, visit www.fs.usda.gov/lpnf or contact the U.S. Forest Service district office nearest you.

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