Camping in Big Sur California – Limekiln State Park

My close friend Bear organized a three night camping trip to Limekiln State Park in Big Sur California.

Lime Kiln State Park

The campground is beautiful – extremely lush and green – nestled in forest canyon along with a rushing stream and massive coastal redwood trees.

Big Sur Banana Slug

This area was originally used as a lime quarry for concrete back in the late 1800’s. Three large stone and iron kilns are still on the property and accessible via a very short but beautiful hike.

Bear makes a photograph.

In general, Big Sur is a wonderful place for photography. Thanks Bear, it was a blast.

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