Morro Bay State Park Campground is run by the California Department of Parks and Recreation. The bay has a pristine saltwater marsh on its northeast edge that offers excellent birdwatching opportunities. There is a Museum of Natural History in the park.
Morro Bay State Park offers a beautiful escape from city living. It’s adjacent to the majestic Morro Rock and offers opportunities for fishing, sailing, birdwatching, and hiking. It also has a marina and is near an 18-hole golf course.
“Very friendly staff and perfect location for hiking and golfing. Sites are a little close together inviting conversation with your neighbors. We like privacy, but we met wonderful people. We will come back based on the location.” – Quiteria, Google review