Track
alternate around Los Padres 35 miles
campsite (La Panza USFS Camp. Seasonal creek water. Shade but no views. May have OHV traffic on weekends, otherwise likely quiet.)
Rough Camp (Five star, dry, rough camp.)
campsite (Los Gatos Creek County Park, 44 undeveloped campsites. No water spigots. May have OHV users on weekends. Nothing special, but legal, level, and has picnic tables.)
County Line. Dry Rough Camp (County Line. No water. Top of pass. BLM Access Road and Parking Area. Access to legal rough camping on BLM land at parking area. There appears be grassy level area 100 meters NNW on top of small ridge which would have a nice view.)
BLM campground (Water?? Laguna Mtn BLM Campground. New in 2010 or 2011. http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/hollister/Laguna.html)
BLM Campground (Water?? Sweetwater BLM Campground (new in 2010 or 2011). Water??? http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/hollister/Laguna.html)
BLM Parking (Approx Location. Short Fence BLM Trailhead. New in 2010 or 2011. http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/hollister/Laguna.html)
USFS Campground
Rough Camping (Good area for rough camping in this large hanging valley. Most of the Arroyo Seco Indians Road is too rugged for camping. There is a tiny seasonal stream nearby, I think at this spot, but it might be a few hundred yards further south.)
USFS Campground (Escondido USFS Camp. Possibly has water "stone horse trough under the trees next to a spring".)
Water (KCL Campground. Clear but non-potable water. Confirm that it is running prior to trip.)
USFS Campground (Memorial Park USFS Campground. No water at campground, but available from nearby Arroyo Seco river <1 mile north along road.)
Paso Robles (All services including Amtrak, Greyhound, Restaurants, Groceries, Bike shops, motels, Library, Walmart (for long term parking).)
Soledad
Greenfield
King City
Coalinga
Parkfield Cafe&Lodge (http://www.parkfield.com/ V6 ranch has a cafe (Thu-Sun 11:30-8:00) and lodge. They may permit tents on the lawn next to the lodge. Friendly, remote, beautiful. Parkfield is not a "town" and has no other services.)
Cafe (Jack Ranch Cafe (and James Dean Crash Site and Memorial.) (805) 238-5652)
Campground & Store (Water. Campground. Small shop with limited groceries and limited hours. Access to Pinnacles National Monument. Store phone (877) 444-6777. http://www.nps.gov/pinn/planyourvisit/camp.htm)
Store (Noggles Place Grocery. Might be seasonal or have limited hours. (831) 674-1576)
Cafe (Pozo Saloon. Good food, live music. Limited hours (Fri, Sat, Sun lunch and dinner) www.pozosaloon.com (805) 438-4225)
Store/Pizzaria (Bee Rock Country Store 805/472-9677. Open 7 days. http://beerockstore.com/)
Store (Lockwood Store. (831) 385-5750 &#8206;)
Store (Oak Hill Market. Full service grocery store. Every day 7AM-9PM. http://www.theoakhillcenter.com/market/)
Water (KCL Campground. Clear but non-potable water. Confirm that it is running prior to trip.)
Milpitas Hacienda (Water spigot http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hacienda_(Milpitas_Ranchhouse) Completed in 1930 for use by William Randolph Hearst as temporary housing for his employees and guests and headquarters for activities taking place on the surrounding land. The lodge building, designed by architect Julia Morgan, replaced and expanded upon an earlier wooden structure known as the Milpitas Ranch House which was destroyed by fire in the 1920s. The 1930 hotel has also been known as Milpitas Hacienda,[3] Hacienda Guest Lodge[4] and Milpitas Ranchhouse, under which name the property was placed in the National Register of Historic Places on December 2, 1977.[2] The lodge includes a restaurant, a lounge, a cantina, offices, public assembly rooms, guest rooms, a swimming pool and a tennis court. Hearst sold the structure and its surrounding property to the United States Army in 1940 for use as a training facility. The land and buildings were established by the Army as Fort Hunter Liggett. Today, the Army owns the building and a concessionaire operates it as a public hotel within the military base.)
Water (Community Center Building. Water Spigot. Shade. Picnic Table and lawn.)
Cal Fire Station (Water. Cal Fire Station. May be seasonally closed (?) but may have water spigot even when closed. 831-389-4591)
Jct to water (Route goes west down hill. 400 m north is a Cal Fire Station, which may be seasonally closed (?) but may have a water spigot available.)
Water (USFS picnica area and parking.)
Carrizo NM Visitor Ctr - no H20 (http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/bakersfield/Programs/carrizo/goodwin.html Open Thurs-Sun 9-4, Dec through May.)
Pinnacles NM