Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is a state park in California, 12 miles south of Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park on California’s Pacific coast. A main feature of the park is McWay Falls, which drops over a cliff of 80 feet (24 m) into the Pacific Ocean. The park is also home to 300-foot (90 m) redwoods which are over 2,500 years old. The park is named after Julia Pfeiffer Burns, a respected resident and rancher in the Big Sur region in the early 20th century, who lived in the area for much of her life until her death in 1928. The 3,762-acre (1,522 ha) park was established in 1962.
|Lookout Trail Viewpoint (0.1 miles)|
McWay Cove (0.8 miles)
McWay Falls (0.8 miles)
Point Sur Lighthouse (15.9 miles)
Little Sur River Beach (16.8 miles)
|Bixby Creek Bridge (19 miles)|
Castle Rock Viewpoint (19.1 miles)
Cannery Row (33.4 miles)
Pinnacles National Park (35.1 miles)
Piedras Blancas State Marine Reserve and Marine Conservation Area (41 miles)
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Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, 52801 California State Route 1
Big Sur, California 93920
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