Morro Bay Birding 101

Birding can be as simple as watching the seagulls fly by the window while enjoying fresh seafood at a waterfront restaurant. It can also be appreciated through local art, from photography to paintings, featuring numerous bird species. Morro Bay is an important bird area as it provides food and…

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A Guide to Holiday Lights in Morro Bay

Looking for a little holiday cheer? Delight in over 20 illuminated trees throughout Morro Bay during the month of December. And these aren’t just any trees – the town celebrates its commercial fishing roots during the festive period with lighted holiday displays made from old crab pots! For the…

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Ecotour Morro Bay

Why just tour when you can ecotour? With attention to sustainable tourism, environmental conservation, and local communities, ecotouring is a great way to travel AND feel good about it. Here in Morro Bay there are many opportunities to take your visit up a notch with cultural, wildlife, and…

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A Day at the Museums

How well do you know Morro Bay? There’s so much more than meets the eye. Learn about the city’s maritime history, the National Estuary, the marine life that call the bay home, the local skateboard culture, and more by spending a day at the museums. With four formal museums, within three miles…

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Spice Up Your Holiday Party by Booking in Morro Bay

The holidays bring people together. Whether for an extended family meal, office party, gift exchange, or cocktail hour with friends, there are many chances to celebrate this time of year. Make your holiday party unforgettable with the beautiful setting, intimate venues, and tasty food and beverage…

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Make the Most Out of a Trip to Morro Bay this Winter & Spring

It’s that time of year when the events are rolling-in here in Morro Bay – the perfect time to prepare for and plan your upcoming visit. Check out the breakdown of all the major upcoming events this winter and spring, along with recommendations on how to make the most of your travels with some easy…

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A Traffic Free Thanksgiving Tradition at the Coast

Add traffic-free to the list of things you are thankful for this Thanksgiving by spending Turkey Day in Morro Bay. Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of the year. With so many people trying to get to their turkey dinner you can be stuck in the congestion for hours. Sitting in bumper to…

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Morro Bay Food Tour - Seafood Edition

Catch yourself in Morro Bay! There are many ways to experience seafood in Morro Bay: learn more about the native habitat and fish species at the Museum of Natural History , join a fishing charter to try your hand at catching dinner, or enjoy fresh seafood and local recipes at waterfront restaurants…

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Morro Bay Triathlon

Take a dip, grab a bike, or tie up your sneakers--you can do it all in Morro Bay. As proof by the Morro Bay Triathlon next weekend (Sunday, November 3 rd ). Athletes will swim, bike and run north towards Cayucos and onto Highway 1, starting and ending at Morro Rock. But you don’t have to be a…

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Fall Fun in Morro Bay

Looking for some family fun this fall season? Morro Bay’s got you covered with trips to the pumpkin patch, opportunities to learn about the science of spooky skeletons, a wicked paddle parade, celebrating the annual wine harvest, and traditional trick-or-treating through our historic downtown. It’s…

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