Iconic Carmel Beach can be accessed from Treetops by walking directly west on Ocean to the beach. There is no end to the scenery: the majestic Pacific Ocean, surfers catching a ride on the waves, dolphins and otters swimming about, dogs frolicking off-leash, the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright house and…
Get out there in the morning or evening glass-off's afternoon winds are variable.
“This area of Monterey California includes Big Sur is one of the most beautiful places in the world and Point Lobos is no exception. Truthfully this is what I consider a taste of Big Sur without the hour drive. You'll find nature at its finest natural forests that kiss breathtaking seascapes. Tip: your absolutely welcome to pay to enter the State's Parks fees for parking on the parks limited car count. Or simply park off HWY 1 and walk in. Just before you arrive at the Ranger's Station outpost booth. Take a right onto the trail that is designated towards the scenic headlands view of the bay of ocean. That's protected from the wind. This is a fantastic walk and spectacular views of the Ocean. ”
“Located 15 min from Treetops, Garland Ranch Regional Park in Carmel Valley is a popular spot for leisure hiking. Breathtaking views lie around every corner of this 4,462-acre park, with trails varying from easy to strenuous. Notable features at Garland Ranch Regional Park include the Carmel River, Garzas Creek, a redwood canyon and a charming waterfall. Historic buildings dot Garland Ranch Regional Park, allowing visitors to experience Carmel Valley as it once was.”
“The mission is a magical and historical place. Even just a walk through the courtyard will take your breath away.”
“Places for entertainment, shopping and eating like Movies, Macy's, Whole Foods, Rite Aid, Starbucks, Chipotle, Pizza My Heart, Bank of America, etc. ”