Morro Bay 'Sea'lebrities

Morro Bay is brimming with wildlife. From sea stars beneath the bay’s surface, to falcons flying overhead at the Rock, it is a great place to safely get a look at a variety of plants and animals without needing binoculars. A particular staple of our oceanside community, and the most photographed…

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Shop our Downtown Makers

Just two blocks from the water in the heart of Morro Bay you'll find a walkable downtown filled with original makers, boutiques, and intimate dining options. The shops here are unique - an extension of the cities' vibrant artistic community. Many owners craft the very goods and services they sell…

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Road Cycle Like a Morro Bay Local

Robert “Red” Davis is Morro Bay’s bike man, and he has the credentials to back it up: serving as the Chair of the Morro Bay Citizens bike committee, former President of the SLO Bike Club for eight years, and the founding member of Bike SLO County. He’s often seen around town in his bike uniform –…

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Chase your New Year's Resolution in Morro Bay

As we near the end of January, now is a great time to reassess how those New Year’s resolutions are going. Let us help - find your resolution below and get some inspiration about how you can reach your 2019 goals. Get active Morro Bay can make exercise fun. Take a beach run on our hard-packed sand…

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Vacation Rule #56: Winter is for Wave Watching

If you missed the King Tides in Morro Bay in December, fear not, you can observe their spectacular power when they return next week. And this time they will produce the highest and lowest tides of the year. The most obvious place to watch the waves, and their spray, is just south of Morro Rock at…

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Morro Bay Ecotourism: Winter Birding Your Way

You can still register the day of the festival starting at 6 am on Friday, January 18 th . Just check in at the registration desk located at the Morro Bay Community Center at 1001 Kennedy Way and receive your festival packet and pass. But there are also so many reasons to come to Morro Bay for the…

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Morro Bay Ecotourism: Winter Bird Festival 2019

“Birds are important because they keep systems in balance: they pollinate plants, disperse seeds, scavenge carcasses and recycle nutrients back into the earth. But they also feed our spirits, marking for us the passage of the seasons, moving us to create art and poetry, inspiring us to flight and…

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Discover the culinary delights of Morro Bay in January

Treat yourself to a food filled retreat in Morro Bay and save. With fresh locally caught seafood, proximity to nearby vineyards, restaurant month celebrations, and hotel deals, now is the time to book your Morro Bay getaway. Seasonal Seafood: The ocean and the bay provide fresh and diverse seafood…

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A Guide to Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Morro Bay

With the new year just around the corner, where do you want to be when the clock strikes midnight? Here are five ways to spend your New Year’s Eve in Morro Bay. With Music Take to the dance floor and let last year’s difficulties and next year’s worries fade away. Restaurants to bars, many local…

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