Public restrooms are scarce in Big Sur. California State Parks provides access to restrooms without charging park entrance fees. Most businesses provide restrooms for guests. If you use a business’ restroom, please purchase something from the business as compensation for using their facilities. Also, please bring plastic bags, disposable gloves and toilet paper should you have to use the roadside - PLEASE DON’T LEAVE TOILET PAPER OR ANYTHING ELSE FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO DISCOVER.
MM = mile marker, roadside markers along Highway 1 in Monterey County that indicate the number of miles north of the border between Monterey and San Luis Obispo counties.
MM 66 | Garrapata State Park | Trail Head for Rocky Ridge Trail, Highway 1
MM 61 | Botchers Gap Campground | Highway 1 / Palo Colorado Rd + 5 miles
MM 51 | Andrew Molera State Park | Highway 1
MM 47 | Big Sur Pfeiffer State Park | Highway 1 |
MM 46 | Pfeiffer Beach | Highway 1 / Sycamore Canyon Rd + 2 miles
MM 46 | Big Sur Station Visitor Center | Highway 1
MM 36 | Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park | Highway 1
MM 21 | Limekiln State Park | Highway 1
MM 19 | Kirk Creek Campground | Highway 1
MM 19 | Nacimiento Campground | Highway 1 / Nacimiento-Fergusson Rd + 11 miles
MM 18 | Mill Creek Picnic Area & Beach | Highway 1
MM 14 | Sand Dollar Beach | Highway 1
MM 14 | Plaskett Creek Campground | Highway 1
MM 12 | Willow Creek Picnic Area & Beach | Highway 1