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Like all decent campgrounds in popular California destinations, it’s getting almost impossible to get a campsite, especially a hook-up, in Morro Bay SP. Summer is definitely the worst. I just love this campground, however, and my husband and I have taken camping trips here since...More
We have a romantic feeling for this place because we stayed here for a couple weeks in 1999 before deciding to move to San Luis Obispo. Reality is: it’s a mixed bag. Reservations are a nightmare, campsites are small and close, there is traffic on...More
The park was ok, I had been told on the phone they had full hookups but arrived to no sewer which I should have known being a state park. All was fine, we were just there two nights for a pre-wedding party.
Arrived after a rain storm and enjoyed the intense aromatherapy from the canopy of Eucyliptus. Clean bathrooms, showers, and even cleaned RV pads. Only complaint was disrespectful camper who ran his generator after hours. Camp host finally stepped in to shut it down. Lovely raised...More
This state park is well worth the time to drive through. At each curve in the road you can get a different view that are all are impressive. The roads are a bit tight but there plenty of areas to park.
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It’s a 30 minutes drive from Morro to Pismo. The Morro Bay beaches are exposed to the NW and are pretty windy and wild! Pismo is in a protected bay and is much gentler and has great wide beaches which you can actually... More
It’s a 30 minutes drive from Morro to Pismo. The Morro Bay beaches are exposed to the NW and are pretty windy and wild! Pismo is in a protected bay and is much gentler and has great wide beaches which you can actually reserve space for your RV and camp overnight! Water temperatures tend to be colder than expected because of the cold water currents coming down from Alaska!
Follow SR 101 to San Luis Obispo & then take SR 1 to Morro Bay. Take S. Bay Blvd. heading West a short distance & branch off toward the right following the road on around to the Morro Bay State Park. Somewhere along the... More
Follow SR 101 to San Luis Obispo & then take SR 1 to Morro Bay. Take S. Bay Blvd. heading West a short distance & branch off toward the right following the road on around to the Morro Bay State Park. Somewhere along the line you should start seeing signs. If you find yourself going through a golf course you took a different but higher road (signs should still be able to point you in the right direction).
An option would be to head into Morro Bay and then backtrack a bit by wending your way through the town.