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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.
The pier, at the intersection of 2nd Street and El Morro Ave., overlooks the shores of the back bay of Morro Bay. The Los Osos Oaks State Reserve Half-mile east of South Bay Boulevard on the south side of Los Osos Valley Road. The reserve has an easy one-mile trail through the “Pygmy Oaks”, which are dwarfed coast live oaks. The low canopy reserve is on the site where Chumash once lived.
Stay at the nicest ocean view homes in Morro Bay. Golf Stay & Play packages available. Offering personalized service to help you make your vacation a great success. Ask about their weeknight specials. (805) 704-1169
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.
Half-mile east of South Bay Boulevard on the
south side of Los Osos Valley Road. The reserve has
an easy one-mile trail through the “Pygmy Oaks”,
which are dwarfed coast live oaks. The low canopy
reserve is on the site where Chumash Indians once
On Santa Maria Avenue between 2nd and 3rd streets. The market takes place every Monday from 2-4:30 p.m. (805) 748-1109.
The resort includes a golf course with tournaments, private lessons and pro
shop, lodging and a clubhouse grill. 1945 Solano Drive. (805) 528-5252. Read more at https://www.slovisitorsguide.com/los-osos/los-osos-gateway-nature
The forest has nearly 200 species of plants, more than 100 varieties of birds, and many species of mammals and reptiles and amphibians. The forest includes a 1-mile boardwalk that is wheelchair accessible at the north end of 16th Street. Guided tours are given on the third Saturday of each month at 9:30 am starting at the north end of 15th Street off Santa Ysabel. (805) 528-0392.
The Museum of Natural History is a fun place to explore, discover, and learn about habitats of the area and impacts of natural and human forces through hands-on displays, activities, and events. This destination museum is located in the heart of Morro Bay. Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission: $3 adults; free for children 17 and under. 20 State Park Rd., Morro Bay. centralcoastparks.org. (805) 548-0391.
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.
The newly renovated Inn at Morro Bay, unique among Morro Bay hotels, is ideally located on California’s Central Coast, halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Nestled on 4,000 acres just inside Morro Bay State Park, the Inn offers visitors a true coastal hideaway of unsurpassed natural beauty.
Morro Bay, California offers life in the slow lane, and exciting activities for all ages. Shop for antiques in town, or watch rare birds in the National Estuary. Spend a gourmet afternoon wine tasting in the lush countryside of Paso Robles. Hearst Castle, historic San Luis Obispo, and centuries-old missions wait to be explored. Harbor cruises are available daily.
That is, if you can tear yourself away from the Inn at Morro Bay’s relaxing grounds. Read more about visiting Morro Bay in the Morro Bay Travel Guide: https://www.slovisitorsguide.com/morro-bay/morro-bay-visitors-guide
Located at the State Park Marina it’s the best kept secret on the Central Coast. Seafood dinners, such as fresh fish, steamers and fish and chips. Meatloaf served Thursday nights. Lunch daily starting at 11 a.m., dinner Thursday-Sunday 4 – 8:30 p.m. Located across the street from the State Park Campground entrance. (805) 772-1465
Casual outside waterfront dining. Fresh fare & comfort food for breakfast, lunch & sunset dinners. Fresh seafood with south of the border selections and clam chowder bread bowls. Open daily. Take out too. Pet friendly & WiFi. 699 Embarcadero #6, (805) 772-8988
Perfect Union is a full spectrum dispensary carrying a large selection of medicinal and adult use cannabis products. The cannabis lifestyle is absolutely meant to be shared with friends and those we love, 1000 Quintana Rd Suite A, perfect-union.com (805) 254-4146