17-Mile Drive is magical place. Follow the red-dotted line to arrive at an enchanting world full of dramatic coastal cliffs, snow-white beaches, mystical forests and iconic golf courses. Discover one of the most scenic drives in the world as you meet the inspiring Lone Cypress, ponder the giant trees at Crocker Grove, digest the untouched beauty at Fanshell Beach, behold the power of the Restless Sea at Point Joe, stroll the boardwalk above the beach at Spanish Bay, and much, much more.
17-Mile Drive is a mecca for golf, a haven for hikers, a dream for cyclists and a place teeming with aquatic adventures. Enjoy your time here!
Admission to 17-Mile Drive is $10.25 per vehicle, cash only. The gate fee is reimbursed with a purchase of $35 or more at all Pebble Beach Resorts restaurants, excluding Pebble Beach Market. Admission is complimentary for overnight guests of The Lodge at Pebble Beach, The Inn at Spanish Bay and Casa Palmero.
The 17-Mile Drive gates are open to the public from sunrise to sunset. Motorcycles are prohibited.
Please note: 17-Mile Drive will be closed to tourist traffic August 19-20, 2017 for the 67th Annual Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
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As a guest of Pebble Beach Resorts, you can reserve two complimentary hours in one of our Lexus test drive vehicles and experience the beauty of 17-Mile Drive.
You can also request a driver to transport you throughout the Resorts, our golf courses and the Monterey Peninsula Airport in a luxurious Lexus Guest Transportation vehicle.
Experience the breathtaking beauty found along 17-Mile Drive, including the captivating Lone Cypress, the inviting snow-white dunes and beaches surrounding Spanish Bay, and the spectacular 18th hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links on Stillwater Cove.
As one of the most famous and photographed trees in the world, The Lone Cypress has prevailed on its rocky perch for over 250 years.
This rock was caked in 4 to 5 feet of pelican and cormorant guano until 1930, when it was harvested as a fertilizer. Sea lions took advantage of the cleaned-off perch, and have been sun-bathing here at this active wildlife hub ever since.
Spanish explorer Don Gaspar de Portela and his crew camped here in 1769 while searching for Monterey Bay, giving the scenic picnic stop its name. There’s also a beautiful boardwalk here that wraps around the shoreline.
Home of the churning Restless Sea, early mariners often crashed upon these rocks. This vista offers incredible panoramas looking into Spanish Bay, and toward Spyglass Hill and Fanshell Beach.
Built in 1919, The Lodge is the heart and soul of Pebble Beach. The Lodge is perched above the dramatic 18th hole at Pebble Beach Golf Links, and is home to world-class dining and a bounty of boutique shops and stores.
The sand is so white here it once restored the pristine beaches of Waikiki. Former the site of an industrial sand mine, it now hosts one of Golf Digest’s Top 50 Courses You Can Play, one of the World’s Best Hotels according to Travel and Leisure, and a memorable bagpiper performance every evening.
A Tour of 17-Mile Drive
Enjoy a sneak peek of the spectacular stops that await!