Located on the central coast 20 minutes south of Cambria, this historic fishing village has much to offer its visitors and residents. The most distinctive recognizable landmark associated with Morro Bay is the famous Morro Rock.
However, there is so much more to see and explore in and around Morro Bay.
For nature lovers and bird watchers, Morro Bay Estuary provides a nourishing habitat to more than 250 species of birds and over two-dozen endangered and threatened species.
There is never a shortage of things to do in Morro Bay. You can peruse boutiques and shops, or play golf on a world champion course. Discover a coastline of clean dunes, paddle down a silent estuary and spy on beautiful and rare birds, or sail in the wild Pacific just beyond the breakwater.