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Road trip with surf stops, we have camped at Montana de Oro State Park in the past. This last road trip return from Christmas in Eureka and a couple of days surfing in Santa Cruz, we were aiming to cover ground. So only stopped to...More
We must've just hit this State Park at the wrong time. We were told it was a great place to see birds and wildlife, but we didn't see any at all. Disappointing. The drive, however, was curvy and scenic. And there were lots of campers...More
We originally came here to try to see some tide pools at low tide. I guess we just hit it at the wrong time but we never did see any. We enjoyed a short walk on the beach and then we parked and took an...More
We started at the sand spit road parking lot and walked down to the beach. We then strolled along the beach for an hour toward Morro Rock, before turning around and only saw a hand full of other people the whole time. Very beautiful, secluded...More
Big WOW for this state park. We spent the day hiking here. Bring hat, water, jacket, camera and lunch, good walking shoes and a smile. The power of the ocean is truly felt here. There is a beach as well as hikes on the cliffs....More
Response from Lsanturri | Reviewed this property |
As far as I know the park only offers camping but the city of Morro Bay was an affordable, quaint place to stay. We were able to walk to restaurants, the Rock and small shops from our hotel. It was ~10 mins from the park.
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"Pick campsite on outside of loops for more trees"