Dog-friendly Limekiln State Park

Limekiln State Park

63025 Hwy. 1
Big Sur, California 93920
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Limekiln State Park features breathtaking views of the rugged Big Sur coast, hiking trails, beach access, rivers, waterfall, the beauty of the redwoods, and the cultural history of the limekilns.

The park has 29 developed campsites, some in the trees along Limekiln Creek and some near the beach. Each site has a picnic table, a fire ring and a space for parking.

Dogs must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and under control at all times. They must be confined to a vehicle or tent at night. Dogs are not allowed on trails.

The park is 56 miles south of Carmel, off Highway One; two miles south of Lucia.

Big Sur, CA - Photo Credit: @karagivesback
Big Sur, CA - Photo Credit: @karagivesback
Last winter’s heavy rains were not kind to California’s 90-mile Big Sur Coast, most of which is in Monterey County. First the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge on Highway 1 washed out, cutting off access to all but foot or helicopter traffic south of Big Sur Station. Then one of the largest landslides in California history reshaped the southern portion of the coastline by dumping a mountain of debris 600 feet into the Pacific. The good news is that on Oct. 13, the rebuilt Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge opened 35 miles of coastline that had been cut off for eight months. more »
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