Land. Meet sea.
Big Sur, California Visitor Bureau   
Eco Adventures

Tour #1 - Big Sur Ecotour:
Get ready for a classic Big Sur adventure - exploring misty redwood filled canyons, waterfalls, rocky beaches and several intriguing historic sites, all in the span of one day!
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Tour #2 - Sea Kayaking:
Enjoy sea kayaking at the southern end of the 60 mile stretch of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, the nation's largest protected marine area. The tour takes place in the breath-taking natural harbor of San Simeon Cove, 15 miles south of Treebones. Read more...

Wild Coast Restaurant
Rates and Reservations


"The 16 yurts perched along the ridge above Highway 1 embody the natural beauty and off-the-grid living that has long characterized Big Sur."  - Bonnie Tsui, the New York Times

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Treebones is five hours north of Los Angeles and four hours south of San Francisco. We are in the most Southern end of the Big Sur Coast; approximately a 60 minute drive South (30 miles) from Big Sur Village.
Treebones Resort
71895 California 1
Big Sur, CA 93920 US
Phone: 831-927-2390
Website: www.treebonesresort.com

Big Sur Visitor Bureau - Treebones Resort




Even more remote than Big Sur itself, closer to San Simeon than Carmel, Treebones Resort is luxury camping with spectacular scenery, world-class hospitality, an outdoor sushi bar, a restaurant, heated pool and hot tub, and the one and only human nest, 10 foot high with a futon inside, designed by an artist with an imagination.

 

There are 16 yurts and five campsites, all with incredible views and each enchanting in its own way.
Yurts were used in Mongolia because they were light and portable. The Treebones yurts are on a foundation, so they're not going anywhere, and the canvas walls are thin enough to hear raindrops. Showers and restrooms are shared and centrally located.

At night, if the breeze comes from the south you can hear elephant seals barking on the shores below and during the day, if you're perched on whale rock, you might see gray whales in the spring or blue or humpback whales in the summer and fall.

A true "green" business, Treebones collects eggs from their chickens and serves fresh fruit and vegetables grown from the Treebones garden.

Like many Big Sur businesses
, Treebones Resort is family built and family operated.

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Here's a fun video of the Handy boys, two sons of the founder of Treebones.