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Morro Bay is a Central Coast town with breathtaking views that will make your heart stop. Drive the camper van rental to Morro Bay, and you'll be able to see what I'm talking about!

Morro Bay is an idyllic coastal escape unlike any other. Even on the Central Coast, Morro Bay offers something different and special that you won’t find in many other places to kayak – protected waters full of fish with moderate year-round temperatures making it perfect for beginners as well as experienced paddlers alike! 

Stand-up paddleboards are a fun and easy way to get around the bay, with or without children. Beginners can take lessons from one of many local shops that offer them on their fleet; more experienced paddlers are challenged by trying how many different underwater creatures they spot while in Morro Bay's estuary home! 

Morro Bay is the perfect getaway for avid bikers who want to take their ride on beautiful stretches of beach and through scenic views. The city offers miles upon miles of bike trails, with many options available if you're looking for more challenging routes that will challenge both your legs as well as those in front or behind!

Morro Bay Fun Facts

Morro Rock is the westernmost peak in a chain of hills known locally as the “Morros” or the “Nine Sisters.” These scenic peaks follow a line that extends between Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo. They are the eroded remnants of a chain of ancient volcanoes that erupted between 20 and 26 million years ago.

The town of Morro Bay was founded by Franklin Riley in 1870 as a port for the export of dairy and ranch products. He was instrumental in the building of a wharf that has now become the Embarcadero. During the 1870s, schooners could often be seen at the Embarcadero picking up wool, potatoes, barley, and dairy products.

A portion of Morro Bay is also designated as a state and national bird sanctuary. It is also a state and national estuary. Much of Morro Bay is a state wildlife refuge where waterfowl hunting is conducted during the season and is one of the few areas in California where the Pacific brant goose is pursued. In 2007, the California Fish and Game Commission designated Morro Bay as a Marine Protected Area named the Morro Bay State Marine Reserve.

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