There’s no better way to spend the day than out on the incredible estuary in beautiful Morro Bay. Strolling the bayfront, fishing, kayaking or simply sitting on the dock…it’s all here waiting for you.
Delight in all the nature and wildlife that is at your fingertips in Morro Bay. Kayak with otters, whale watch, walk on the beach, enjoy the birds. Relax and take it all in.
Whether your taste for adventure runs to the extreme or serene, you can find it in Morro Bay. You can bike it, climb it, row it, surf it or simply soak it all in.
Fresh fish off the boat, oysters from the bay and dining choices to please every palate! Make Morro Bay your first stop for amazing dining experiences.
The seaside village of Morro Bay is a picture-perfect getaway for travelers seeking outdoor adventures and a gorgeous natural setting. Located along scenic Highway 1 midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Morro Bay is easy to reach and hard to leave. Once you experience the beauty and charm - not to mention the fun you’ll have kayaking, biking, fishing, beachcombing and just plain relaxing - you’ll wonder why you’d ever go anyplace else.
Of course, with its busy harbor and active fishing industry, Morro Bay is known as the place in San Luis Obispo County to savor local seafood, including local oysters and fresh salmon. Surrounding farms and vineyards yield a bounty of outstanding food and wines served with flair at Morro Bay’s renowned harbor-view restaurants. For many, it’s the antiquing, shopping and browsing the art galleries that pulls them in. Of course, capping it off is Morro Bay’s friendly, laid-back style - a warm and welcoming backdrop to the vacation of your dreams.
September 5 & 6
September 5 & 6 – Join us at the Morro Bay Community Center on Friday, September 5th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for a wine and cheese reception featuring: a flower show, information tables, speakers, and the crowning of a new Dahlia Princess. On Saturday, September 6th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the celebration continues with the Dahlia Parade. Since Morro Bay is celebrating its 50th anniversary, you can expect more surprises.For more information visit Morro Bay's 50th page..
September 13 & 14
Enjoy the BEST California avocados in all variations of culinary delights as well as refreshing margaritas, beer, specialty foods, live entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, and the beautiful Embarcadero, Morro Bay. You could win a year’s supply of avocados. The event runs from 10:30 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Saturday, and 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The festival takes place at 714 Embarcadero. See you there!
September 19 & 20
Anne Perry, one of the 20th Century’s top 100 suspense bestselling, award-winning authors, will stay in Morro Bay celebrating the 30th Central Coast Writers Conference. Twenty fiction and nonfiction authors, agents, poets, and publishers will share industry secrets during 36 interactive sessions at Cuesta College. “12 Steps to Amazon Success” and “Take Charge of Your Talent” plus sessions to improve craft, develop new techniques, traditional and ePublishing and “getting started.” Teen and teachers workshops, critique sessions with professional editors, and networking with writers of diverse genres and experience. Registration begins early June packages with attractive Morro Bay weekend stays.
The picture-perfect community of Morro Bay will now be a breeze for hotel guests to navigate thanks to the new FREE trolley service. The Morro Bay Tourism Bureau (MBTB) is partnering with the city to sponsor the trolley for the busy tourism season in 2014 starting Memorial Day Weekend and going through the first week [...]