Explore California's Spectacular 17-Mile Drive In Pebble Beach
Sweeping coastline, rocky shores, majestic cypress groves, and impressive mansions - 17-Mile Drive in Pebble Beach offers it all. Take this famous scenic drive that winds along the California coast from Pacific Grove to Pebble Beach and you'll find a magical landscape of sea and shore, with world-class golf courses and stunning beaches. In the late spring and early summer, stop at the Fanshell Overlook to see the harbor seals and their pups. Watch the impressive waves at the Ghost Tree and visit the ancient Lone Cypress, one of the most photographed trees in the country. Explore the 5,300-acre Del Monte Forest, enjoy a relaxing picnic at Spanish Bay or splurge on lunch at the chic Lodge at Pebble Beach before heading over for a game of golf at the Pebble Beach Golf Links.
$10 per vehicle, cash only.
Open to visitors daily from dawn until 30 minutes before dusk.
Cypress Point Lighthouse
Lodge At Pebble Beach
Lone Cypress & Ghost Tree
What are different stops I should visit on Pebble Beach?
While the elegant mansions and spectacular scenery are more than enough to keep you interested, you'll definitely want to stop at several points of interest along the way. Take a photo of the famous Ghost Tree and Lone Cypress. Stop at Spanish Bay Beach and Stillwater Cove. Take in the views from Cypress Point Lookout. Stop for a drink at the Lodge at Pebble Beach and visit the famed Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Is there dining if I want to stop somewhere on the 17 Mile Drive?
Yes, you can stop any time to dine at one of the restaurants situated at the Lodge at Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, The Inn and Links at Spanish Bay, or Poppy Hills Golf Course. Or, if you prefer to enjoy the scenery at your own pace, pack a lunch and enjoy the views from picnic spots at Seal Rock or the Cypress Point Lookout.