Oak Stone Outfitters offers premier hunting guide services on the Central Coast of California. With 80,000 total acres of opportunity , guests can explore the rural beauty of Bradley California. We offer spacious and comfortable lodging as well as meal packages. Our properties are equipped to handle large groups ranging from beginners to lifetime enthusiasts.
In addition to the exceptional hospitality of our operations, our expert guides strive to deliver the experience of a lifetime. Sprawling hills of untouched land serves an ideal environment filled with ample game and the ability to learn as well as strengthen your craft. We provide a number of hunts, including Big Game Hunts, Upland Hunts, and Combo Hunts. Regardless of the game that you decide to pursue, our skilled hunting guides will be there to assist you in taking home a prized trophy (see our Taxidermy and Game Processing options) along with a lasting remembrance.
Enjoy a fun-filled day with your family at the newly renovated waterpark. It features two 600 ft slides, a safe pool area for young children, and an exhilarating 48′ half-pipe Stampede. Relax under a shady cabana with delicious food & drinks. 6840 Lopez Drive at Lopez Lake Recreation Area, mustangwaterpark.com, (805) 489-8898
The festival is an annual event held in SLO County. Attendees are transported to the Renaissance era with live entertainment, costumed actors, artisans, and food vendors. The festival features armored combat, live music, falconry, dance, and period comedy shows. 504 Madonna Road SLO, CCRenFaire.com, (805) 550-9177
Morro Bay State Park, located at 60 State Park Rd. Morro Bay, features lagoon and bay habitat, all in view of Morro Rock. The park has opportunities for sailing, fishing, hiking and bird watching and features a marina and an 18-hole golf course. The Morro Bay Golf Course is located at 201 State Park Rd. Call (805) 772-1923 for hours and tee times.
The park is a California state park, visit parks.ca.gov for information about parking, hours and other attractions.
Offering unique 5 star rated Horseback riding experiences in Paso Robles wine country. Locations include Coastal Trails, Private Estate Ranches, Elite Vineyard Properties and Lakes. All rides come with complimentary wine tasting. Private and customizable one hour to half day packages available.
Treat yourself to a delicious meal and incredible vistas of Morro Bay Harbor aboard Chablis Cruises. Featuring weekly chowder and sightseeing cruises. Check our website for wine tasting and special events! Private charters available. Reservations highly recommended. Across from the stacks in Morro Bay, Chabliscruises.com, (805) 772-2128
197 W. Grand Ave., Grover Beach. Carries everything you’ll need to spend a day riding the dunes. ATV rentals include fun lightweight ATVs for the smaller dunes as well as fully-automatic models for inexperienced riders. Carries ATV and dirt bike parts. Two-hour minimum. Group rates available. Open Mon. to Fri. 8 am.-6 p.m. Sat & Sun 8 a.m.-8 p.m. bjsatvrentals.com, (805) 481-5411
Looking for a memory-making adventure? You’ll find it here! Test your agility on the ropes course, zipline over the lake, or walk the wine barrel bridge to the 40′ freefall. Great food & drinks at The Sipline Bar & Grill. 6800 Lopez Drive in Lopez Lake Recreation Area, vistalagoadventurepark.com, (805) 710-7970
From September 1-June 14 tours are offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, except federal holidays. From June 15-August 31 tours are offered on Mondays-Saturdays except federal holidays. Call for details (805) 927-7361
This nine-hole executive course is located within feet of the ocean. 27 par. Open dawn to dusk daily. The course also offers a great seaside location, which means golfers rarely get too warm. You are almost guaranteed a perfect golf day. 9 La Sage Drive. (805) 481-5215
This 1,200-foot pier is a major fishing attraction. For serious recreation, try kayaking, surfing, or scuba diving. For a more relaxed afternoon walk the pier and then head to the downtown area for shopping
Located off Highway 58. The park offers a variety of services year round. Some services include fishing and boating, hiking and trails, picnics, camping, and swimming. The park is located on several thousand acres of land that has been designated as open space. Two camping areas are open and backcountry campgrounds are accessible by boat. The swimming area is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Be sure to stop at the one gas station in town before driving out to the lake, as there are no gas services once you leave town. (805) 788-2397
1750 Ramona Avenue between 16th St. and Oak Park Blvd. Open to skateboarders and inline skaters. Helmets, knee pads and elbow pads are required. Onsite staff.
(805) 543-8235 or (805) 473-4580
Located on the north end of Ramona Avenue between Broderon and 4th Street, the park is open from dawn to dusk and has trails that wander through the Monterey cypress and eucalyptus trees around two freshwater ponds and a salt marsh to the edge of Morro Bay.
Located at the corner of Los Osos Valley Road and Palisades Avenue, the park includes a 17,000-square-foot skate park, three tennis courts, playgrounds and restrooms. The park is ideal for walking or picnicking and is the site of the Los Osos Valley School, one of five original one-room schoolhouses between San Luis Obispo and the coast. Of those five, only two still exist today, both in Los Osos.
Margarita Adventures is the ultimate blast for the entire family! Here in the heart of San Luis Obispo County, you will embark on six ziplines spanning nearly 1.5 miles total, starting with a thrilling 2,800-foot tandem ride and finishing with an unforgettable 1,800-foot journey over Pinot Noir vines. To book a tour or for more information visit Margarita-Adventures.com or call (805) 438-3120
The park is well-used with daily visitors throughout the year who go there to hike, picnic, fish, camp, surf, take a dip in the ocean or visit the tide pools. The park’s visitor center is located at Spooner’s Ranch House Museum above Spooner’s Cove. The park is free to enter. (805) 528-0513. For camping call (800) 444-7275.
Nitt Witt Ridge is a hilltop home transformed by one man into what has been described as an “assemblage of sculpted junk.” Arthur Weal, spent many years collecting items fellow Cambrians were throwing away in order to create the home, which has been named a California Historic Landmark as a true example of a folk art environment. Tours available. 881 Hillcrest Drive, (805) 927-2690
Located at the end of Grand Avenue, this is undeniably one of Grover Beach’s main attractions.
Thousands flock to the Oceano Dunes State Recreational Park to camp along the ocean in tents and RVs every week. Rent and ride dune buggies and ATVs on the beach and enjoy riding for the entire afternoon.
There is a small cost per vehicle to drive on the beach. Several ATV rental shops are located within Grover Beach. Overnight camping is allowed on the beach and the scenic boardwalk leads visitors to the Monarch Butterfly Grove in nearby Pismo Beach.
Located at the corner of Cliff Street and Shell Beach Road, Shell Beach. This 11-acre park is popular with walkers, photographers, dog lovers, joggers and fishing enthusiasts. Observe dolphins, whales, sea otters and other sea life as well as sea and shore birds such as gulls, cormorants, and Peregrine falcons