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Reviewed 2 June 2015

if you want to enjoy a day out in the woods alone, with your beloved one or with your kids this is the place to go!

Date of experience: August 2014
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Reviewed 27 May 2015

The parks Natural History Museum has a wealth of information and is set up brilliantly to entertain the kiddies. The walk up to the peak of Black Hill was rewarded with amazing views in every direction - if your looking for a place a little off the beaten path, this little gem should not be missed!

Date of experience: May 2015
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Reviewed 26 May 2015

Lovely, long stretch of clean sand. Waves not too large for kids, ideal for beginners in surf. Restrooms at beach. Great views.

Date of experience: May 2015
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Reviewed 23 May 2015

Morro Bay is a very pleasant place to visit - from the birds, to the bay, to the sand dunes, to the marsh, to the rock. This was the first time in 30 years that we have returned to camp. We tent campers. It was a mid-week visit, the camp was almost full, it was quiet, bathrooms and showers functional and clean, staff very helpful. A pleasant time.

Now to those darn beetles. Thirty years ago the camp ground was covered with large pine trees and RVs were not as common. The stone fireplaces seem to be it odd places, eg our fireplace was less than 8 feet from our neighbor's mobile trailer (you also get a round metal fire ring that can be use for cooking). It appears they had reconfigured the campground to accommodate 30-40 pull though RV sites. Or it is those darn beetles killed the pines leaving the campground mostly a treeless open area. If you are in a RV and like to stay inside you will be fine. If you are a outside person it is like living in a city, the sites are not visually defined and are small. If you use a tent consider the sites under the eucalyptus near the golf course, be warned that the heron have been nesting above, so anything may fall from the sky.

It was a enjoyable time visiting the State Park, but the State of California needs to invest in their state parks.

Date of experience: May 2015
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Reviewed 20 May 2015

Very well maintained Park. The parking spaces for trailers and motor homes are roomy and not close together. There are trees and lovely fire pits for each space and picnic tables. The water is across the street with kayaking, a museum and the town 1 mi away.

Date of experience: May 2015
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