A Place to Stay

Big Sur, CA

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Listing Size 16ft - 25ft

Mostly flat


Please make sure you and your party have read and understand ENTIRE listing description including part about reservations BEFORE requesting to book. Currently ONLY booking within 2 weeks > or less - NOT accepting reservations more than 14 days out. A place to camp. Sites require walking away from vehicle with gear. Bring your own pads, bedding, tent, etc... In the center of the California coast Where the mountains meet the sea Find a place beside the creek To relax and take it easy Flooded In January of '21 an atmospheric river descended upon the canyon in which we lie at the bottom of. The heavy rains and winds brought down trees that were burnt from a large fire a few months prior. The logs damned and burst causing a flood of epic proportions, scouring the earth, moving boulders as big as a house and taking out trees as big as a bus. Our home and many facilities were destroyed as the banks breached as high as 30 feet from the river bed. We are currently in the process of reestablishing the basic...


Amenities

Bathroom
Water

Cellular coverage

Verizon
None
AT&T
None
T-Mobile
None

Availability

1 night minimum stay

November 2022

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The neighborhood

G’s place is located in Big Sur, CA


Policies

House Rules

Engine warm-up allowed
Infants allowed
Pets allowed
Smoking allowed
Fire pits allowed
Events or Parties allowed

Cancellations

Strict

All bookings are final, and no refunds are awarded to no-shows.


Meet the host

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host


In January of '21 an atmospheric river decended upon the canyon in which we lie at the bottom of. The heavy rains and winds brought down trees that were burnt from a large fire a few months prior. The logs damned and burst causing a flood of epic proportions, scouring the earth, moving boulders as big as a house and taking out trees as big as a bus. Our home and many facilities were destroyed as the banks breached as high as 30 feet from the river bed.
$60.00 per night