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Montana De Oro State Park

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Chicago, Illinois, United States
Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

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 and bicyclists around. A very popular place.

Thank Bonnie T
Moore, Oklahoma
Reviewed 29 December 2016

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 easy hike down a gravel path to the edge of the cliffs over the water....

Thank flyingradish
Riverside, California
Reviewed 6 December 2016 via mobile

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 and serene.

Thank twofromLA
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

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. The place made me feel really happy and very small.

Thank Judith C
Reviewed 17 October 2016 via mobile

A beautiful easy walk on a paved walkway along the cliffs overlooking the ocean. Enter the national park and drive to the end. The views of the crashing waves were amazing, rock formations and the birds.

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Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 23 August 2016

We stayed for three nights on the Montana De Oro State Park campground (site 40). The campground is not very big and is fairly primitive (vault toilets only and no showers), but what you get is a very beautiful environment and a laid back atmosphere. Choose one of the sites on the outside of the last loop if you can...

3Thank daalex
Reviewed 10 August 2016 via mobile

Beautiful shoreline views of crashing waves and pounding surf. Sea caves, stacks and arches. Drive to the end of the road, park and walk back along the Bluff Trail. There is a bathroom (pit) at the parking lot. Watch for rattlesnakes! Dogs are not allowed.

Thank Melanie D
Reviewed 31 July 2016 via mobile

This place i love to go anytime i want to and the place i keep bragging and taking my friends and family whenever they come to visit. Some said its like Dublin (never been to Ireland). You can sit on the benches while watching the waves keep splashing the big rocks whenever its high tide. Or watch the sunset when...

Thank Neeyeen
Groveland, California
Reviewed 3 January 2016

This campground has no running water, and the toilet facilities are pit/chemical style. That said, the toilets are well maintained, and not smelly. And the campground itself is well laid out, the spaces are large and the sites on the outside of the loops are really nice with trees and shrubs between them for privacy. It is a short walk...

1Thank CTBCalifornia
Reviewed 28 October 2015 via mobile

The views were better than we expected. We had ventured out just for a hike and found ourselves among a beautiful seascape among rolling hills. I can image how even better everything would look in the spring with the lush green and spring blossoms. We called earlier for the tide information and were able to enjoy a large tide pool...

Thank ocsugarplum

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  • Free Parking
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Additional Information about Montana De Oro State Park

Address: Pecho Road, Los Osos, CA
Region: United States > California > San Luis Obispo County > Los Osos
Number of rooms: 173
Also Known As:
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“Pick campsite on outside of loops for more trees”
  • coastal views and beaches
  • inland trails for hike, bike and horses
  • view from above the campground towards ocean
  • looking down on campground from trails above
CTBCalifornia, 2 Jan 2016 | Read review
“We were in site 18 and had our tent under a tree. lovely.”
DonnaC549, 27 Nov 2013 | Read review
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