Morro Bay, CA, February 21, 2017 – Take a deep breath in the great outdoors and save this spring on al fresco adventure when you stay in a Morro Bay hotel, motel or inn. In March and April the weather is warm and the water is abundant, perfect for families and spring breakers to dive into epic adventure for less. Check into a Morro Bay hotel and receive a passport worth $130 in savings on activity rentals and tours including boogie boards, surf boards, kayaks and tours, paddleboards, sailing tours, golf and surreys.  And, these spring lodging specials offer even more in savings.  

We welcome families and spring breakers to Morro Bay to get outdoors and explore our town for less this March and April,” explains Jennifer Little, Tourism Manager for Discover Morro Bay. “Spring offers some of the best weather throughout the year here in Morro Bay, and after a long rainy winter, we wanted to offer some incentives to get people back outdoors and play.”

A true gem, Morro Bay is a seaside fishing village located mid-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco known for sustainably caught fresh seafood, miles of unspoiled beaches, and bustling waterfront and downtown districts offering abundant shopping, restaurants, wine tasting, events and outdoor adventures – the way California used to be. Check out these discounts:

The Paddleboard Company - 2 for 1 Paddleboard Rentals

575 Embarcadero, Morro Bay, CA 93422; (805) 225-5555 or (805) 704-5059
Receive 2 for 1 paddleboard rentals throughout March and April. Friday-Sunday walk-ins are welcome; Monday-Thursday by appointment only. Meet owner Sandi Twist and tour beautiful Morro Bay harbor by paddle. Explore 2,300 acres of mud flats, eelgrass beds, tidal wetlands and open water.

AZHIAZIAM - 2 for 1 Half-Day Surfboard or Boogie Board Rental

1140 Front Street, Unit B, Morro Bay, CA 93442; (805) 771-0199  
AZHIAZIAM (As High As I Am) is located right on the waterfront in Morro Bay and offers a lifestyle clothing brand that celebrates the gift of human flight.

Red Anchor Charters – Save $30/Hour on Bay Cruises and Whale Watching

Slip 1, 501 Embarcadero, Morro Bay CA 93442 - on the dock at the Estero Inn; (805) 235-5488
Set sail aboard the 32-foot Gulf Pilothouse Minerva out of Morro Bay! Captain Drew Jacobson will take you on a cruise of the bay and then venture outside the harbor to the great wide-open Pacific.

Central Coast Outdoors - 10% Off Kayak Tours of Morro Bay

Morro Bay Marina, State Park Road, Morro Bay, CA 93442; (805) 528-1080
Enjoy a fun-filled morning of paddling through the waters of Morro Bay, into the “back bay” where you’ll witness the wonders of this extraordinary natural estuary. The Morro Bay Estuary Natural Preserve and its 800-acre wetland is home to a huge variety of land, sea, and shore birds, both migratory and resident as well as dozens of endangered species.

Kayak Horizons - 10% Off Kayak Rentals

551 Embarcadero, Morro Bay, CA 93442; (805) 772-6444
Enjoy a morning of kayaking Morro Bay! Dennis Krueger of Kayak Horizons will fit you with a kayak and share all the local secrets of where to go, and what to watch for when kayaking out on Morro Bay. 

Farmer's Kites and Surrey’s - $5 off of a 2-seater surrey rental or $10 off of a 4-seater surrey rental 

1108 Front Street, Morro Bay, CA 93442; (805) 772-0113

Time for some exploring! Enjoy riding around the Embarcadero and out to the iconic Morro rock in a fancy surrey for a close encounter of this natural wonder. The 578-foot tall mass of volcanic rock rises above of the Pacific Ocean, separating the inviting sands of Morro Strand State Beach from the blue waters of Morro Bay Harbor. 

Morro Bay Golf Course - 1 free bucket of range balls

201 State Park Road, Morro Bay, CA, 93442; (805) 772-1923
Morro Bay Golf Course is a storied “must play” course for avid golfers. Called the “Poor man’s Pebble Beach,” the course’s terrain is hilly and the putting is challenging, but the payoff is quite grand, with ocean and bay views overlooking the estuary on all 18 holes.

For information on all the exciting things to do and see in Morro Bay, visit

About Morro Bay

A true gem, this seaside fishing village with bustling waterfront offers a picture perfect getaway for travelers who seek food, wine and outdoor adventures found in a gorgeous natural setting. Located along coastal Highway 1 in San Luis Obispo County just south of Big Sur, midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Morro Bay offers year round activities in an unspoiled slice of California. Recently recognized in as her home in Finding Dory, Morro Bay was named as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, and outdoor activities are a way of life. From ocean-side golf, kayaking, sailing, hiking, fishing, surfing, biking, and bird watching, to kite flying, shopping, dining, wine bars, local craft brews and miles of unspoiled beaches, there is something for everyone.

Sitting majestically between the beach and the harbor lays the iconic and historic landmark Morro Rock, welcoming travelers from miles away as they approach Morro Bay. Located just minutes from world-renowned Hearst Castle, historic missions, breathtaking Montana de Oro State Park, and surrounded by vineyards from Paso Robles to Edna Valley, Morro Bay is a destination designed to fit any style and budget for families, couples or groups. Morro Bay also offers a myriad of year-round events including food, wine and music festivals, art fairs and car shows unique to the town. For more travel information visit or follow Morro Bay on its Facebooktwitter or Pinterest pages.


Susan Hartzler 
Public Relations Manager 
Mental Marketing 


Jennifer Little 
Executive Director 
Discover Morro Bay