On the bay’s northeast edge featuring a pristine saltwater marsh, lagoon and natural bay habitat, Morro Bay State Park has opportunities for sailing, fishing, biking, hiking, and bird watching.
This 135 campsite park is a mixed forest originally planted by Civilian Conservation Corps crews during the 1930s. The Morro Bay State Park is an ideal spot to camp as it features a pristine saltwater marsh that supports a thriving bird population. The park museum has exhibits that cover Native American life, geology, oceanography and local wildlife. There is also have an 18-hole public golf course and a colorful marina that includes a restaurant and kayak rental shack in the park.
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