Riverside Campground and Cabins

Riverside Campground & Cabins

Big Sur, California 93920
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Local Phone: (831) 667-2414
E-mail: reservations@riversidecampground.com

Riverside Campground & Cabins offers 45 sites for tent campers and RV's, and 11 cabins along the Big Sur River on 16 acres surrounded by majestic redwoods. Pets are welcome in campsites, cabins and rooms with the exception of the studio unit. Beach access and hiking trails are nearby. The campground is 22 iles south of Carmel and 68 miles north of San Simeon. Hot showers and laundry facilities are available on site.

Dog-friendly policies:

  • Size: All sizes
  • Breed restrictions: none
  • Maximum number allowed: If more than 2 dogs, please discuss this with our staff.
  • Cost per dog: $5/night in campsites; $20/dog/night in cabins and rooms.

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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 »
dog running on beach in big sur
September on the California coast brings the clearest weather of the year, making it an ideal month to take in the scenery and chase waves. Our favorite dog-friendly coastal-cabin hideouts start with a trio of 1940s and ‘50s era motels—Sea Breeze Inn & Cottages,Andril Fireplace Cottages; and Bide-A-Wee Inn & Cottages—in the Monterey Peninsula town of Pacific Grove. All are within walking distance of dog-friendly Asilomar Beach and a gorgeous trail hugging the dramatic and much-photographed coastline.  more »
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Hang tight to the steering wheel and make sure Rover is well secured when you head down Highway 1 from the Bay Area to the Central Coast. You’ll need all the attention you can muster to negotiate 122 miles of vertigo-inducing curves, each framing a view to make you gasp. more »
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