Morro Bay, CA 93443There is never a shortage of things to do in Morro Bay. You can peruse
boutiques and shops, or play golf on a world champion course. Discover
a coastline of clean dunes, paddle down a silent estuary and spy on
beautiful and rare birds, or sail in the wild Pacific just beyond the
For nature lovers and bird watchers, Morro Bay Estuary provides a
nourishing habitat to more than 250 species of birds and over two-dozen
endangered and threatened species.
The Morro Bay Natural History Museum, located in the Morro Bay State
Park includes engaging exhibits, informative lectures, nature walks and
also features a discovery area for children which offers hands on
Morro Bay is also a wonderful starting point for visiting several
attractions in San Luis Obispo County. Montaña de Oro (Mountain of
Gold) State Park is Southwest of Morro Bay. The famous Hearst Castle is
just a short drive north of Morro Bay and in between are the charming
villages of Harmony and Cambria. To the east, you will find local
wineries offering tasting's of the famous Central Coast varieties.
Morro Bay is located along the coast of California, midway between San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
Traveling SOUTH from San Francisco:
Take U.S. Highway 101 south to Atascadero. Take State Highway 41 west,
then head south on Highway 1. Exit at Main Street in Morro Bay.
Traveling NORTH from Los Angeles:
Take U.S. Highway 101 north to San Luis Obispo, then head north on
Highway 1 to Morro Bay Then take Main Street exit.
Morro Bay has a diverse selection of hotels, motels, inns and bed and
breakfast inns, camping and RV parks and vacation rentals. Enjoy a
relaxing stay at a motel in Morro Bay California.
Harmony - A small village of working artists worth a stop and a look in
the few shops, which sell the local artwork. Check out the population
on the town sign. It makes you smile!
Avila Beach - Beach-goers love Avila Beach-perpetually sunny and the
warmest beach in the county. Home to the young at heart, this seaside
town attracts families, college students, and water enthusiasts with
its lure of the pier, deep-sea fishing, mineral springs, tennis, golf
barbecues and sight seeing.
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