Spend The Day In Pebble Beach

Legendary…that is one word that comes to mind when describing Pebble Beach. Take your time to fully enjoy the sights which include the exquisite coastline, the iconic Lone Cypress, and 18th green at The Pebble Beach Lodge. While visiting Pebble Beach…


Take 17-Mile Drive – This is easily one of the most scenic drives in the world. Take your time when driving the scenic roadway that hugs the Pacific Ocean and winds through one of the most beautiful settings in the country. Keep an eye out for bicyclists, animals and people pulling over to take pictures of the several iconic landmarks that you will come across along the way. Don’t forget to tag us in all of your 17-Mile Drive pictures using #SeeMonterey!

Stop At The Gate – There are five entrances into the exclusive Pebble Beach neighborhood. Please be sure to stop and pay the gate attendant. Entry fees are $10 per vehicle, but the receipt works as a voucher towards purchases at many shops and restaurants in Pebble Beach. The gate attendant will also be able to give you directions and a brochure that details the notable and scenic points of interest as well as some of the safety guidelines to observe during your visit.  

Respect The Private Residences – Although Pebble Beach is open to the public, this is still a very private neighborhood that many call home. Please be mindful and respect the property rights of others. Trespassing laws are strictly enforced.

Watch Out For Poison Oak – This is a toxic plant that is found along the side of the roads and even in some areas of the golf courses. Look for the triple leaf pattern, with prominent veins and a shiny surface. During the summer and fall, the leaves take on reddish hues. Try to avoid this plant and if you come in contact, wash the area immediately with cold water and soap.


Interrupt Golf Games – Feel free to take a stroll alongside the celebrated 18th fairway of Pebble Beach but please be mindful of those who are playing golf and respect the rules of the course.

Start Fires – One of the biggest concerns for the Del Monte Forest is wildfires. Please be mindful of our dry climate when extinguishing your cigarettes as you drive through Pebble Beach or walk the golf courses and surrounding areas. Beach bonfires are also not permitted.

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