1100 Main St.
Morro Bay, CA 93442
Phone: (805) 772-5609
Fax: (805) 771-9092
1100 Main St., Morro Bay, CA, US, 93442
- Phone: (805) 772-5609
- Fax: (805) 771-9092
This stunning state park encompasses a sleepy coastal town, glorious beaches, lagoons, mountains and abundant wildlife. The most prominent feature is Morro Rock, a monolithic rock that towers over the coastline. Visitors can see a local colony of sea otters in the bay; there is also seasonal whale watching, where lucky visitors can see grey and humpback whales. For golf enthusiasts, Morro Bay SP features a lovely 18-hole golf course, minutes away from the main esplanade. Visit the website for more information about local accommodation and camping.
A small family owned and operated winery, Cayucos Cellars produces between 500 and 800 cases of premium wine annually, fermented using only the inherent abilities of wild yeast and aged for three to six years in neutral oak barrels before bottling. Cayucos Cellars' tasting room is located in downtown Cayucos.
San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden is one of the important landmarks of the city. This green stretch is home to different species of plants and covers almost five Mediterranean climate zones. However, this is not your regular botanical garden and boasts of facilities like food courts, amphitheater, specialty gardens, research center and much more. It also has special programs and tours for kids that cover a broad spectrum of activities ranging from gardening to water conservation. Apart from that, the San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden also hosts concerts, general tours, bird walks, art walks, cooking classes and similar events on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.
A small family owned winery that features handcrafted award-winning wines and offers wine tastings.
This local zoo features different species of animals from all over the globe. From a simple animal shelter to a full-fledged community zoo, it has certainly come a long way. This lovely zoo is an ideal outing spot that combines fun and learning together.
Considered a tourist landmark today, The Bubblegum Alley is a 70 foot long (21 meters) alley, on the walls of which passers by stick their chewed gum. The two walls are 15 foot (4.6 meters) high, and have often been referred to as an 'eyesore'. However, others have considered this alley as a work of art, and used this location to post different fraternity and sorority letters. The venue begun as a class graduating event between schools, which eventually turned into a competition, giving birth to this alley. Despite the opposing perspectives on this venue, Bubblegum Alley continues to be one of the most unique attractions in California.
Standing solitary inside the San Luis Cemetery is the Dorn family tomb, a pyramid that marks the graves of Fred Adolphus Dorn's family. Dorn was a lawyer who built this memorial in memory of his wife and child. Built of stone, the pyramid grabs once attention due to its sheer size of 25 feet (7.62 meters). It is also believed to haunted especially on Halloween nights.
Visitors can pick apples in September and pumpkins in October while at this farm which also offers a market, hay-bale maze, hot roasted corn harvested from its fields, and fresh-baked pies, including olallieberry and pumpkin. Open seasonally from May through December.
Watch the habits of the Elephant Seals along the beach areas during daylight hours during February and March.
Dedicated to healing and renewal, Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort
This balloon company provides incredible panoramic hour long flights at sunrise for one to four people at a time from Paso Robles throughout the year, weather permitting. Reservations are required.
More popularly known as the San Luis Opisbo Light Station, the Point San Luis Light is a distinguished lighthouse. It stands to a great deal of monumental value. It is located on the West coast of the United States. The lighthouse building was constructed and first lit in the year 1890. It was constructed at a time when a lighthouse was most needed in the vicinity. Occupying a cover of 30 acres (12 hectares), it stands stern even today. It has been registered on the National Register of Historic Places. It finely depicts the Stick/Eastlake style of architecture.