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Directions to Pescadero Creek Inn

“There is a road, no simple highway, between the dawn and the dark of night, and if you go, no one may follow, that path is for your steps alone”  ― J. García.

Located midway between Santa Cruz and San Francisco, the way to Pescadero Creek Inn is as easy going to the west edge of the continent, then making a few quick turns! Pescadero Creek Inn, 393 Stage Road, Pescadero, CA 94060.

Driving Directions:

From San Francisco: take Hwy 280 south  to Hwy 1 toward Pacifica. Continue south on Hwy 1 through Half Moon Bay for about 16 miles to Pescadero Beach. Turn left onto Pescadero Creek Road. 

From the Peninsula: take Highway 92 west to Half Moon Bay, turn south on Highway One and go about 16 miles to Pescadero Beach. Turn left at Pescadero Creek Road (Look for the blinking light and the green Pescadero sign on the left).

From Santa Cruz: take Highway One north past the Pigeon Point Lighthouse. Continue about 8 miles north of the lighthouse and turn right at Pescadero Creek Road. (Look for the blinking light and the green Pescadero sign on the right).

From Pescadero Creek Road & Highway 1: go about two miles to the first stop sign at the intersection of Pescadero Creek Road and Stage Road (At the flashing red light and the flag), turn left onto Stage Road, go through town, past the church on your left, over the bridge on Pescadero Creek and our Inn will be the first and only house on the left.

Finally, if you are coming to the coast during the evening commute time or on weekends, you may wish to consider an alternate route over Hwy 84 to avoid the slow traffic. To get to Hwy 84, take Hwy 280  to the Woodside Road exit, turn west at the bottom of the off ramp and follow that road for about 20 miles until you reach Highway One, where you would turn left for about 5 miles to the Pescadero Creek Road turnoff. Hwy 84 is a windy mountain road so take your time and enjoy the drive through the redwoods. "I may be going to hell in a bucket babe, but at least I am enjoying the ride" - Bob Weir