Central Coast Outdoors
Kayak Morro Bay if you want to see the wonders of the Bay from the best seat in the house, in a kayak. Kayaking Morro Bay with an expert nature guide from Central Coast Outdoors ensures you will see the wonders of this extraordinary National Estuary. You can kayak Morro Bay in all its moods, sharing it with harbor seals, sea lions and sea otters, as well as literally hundreds of species of birds, including several rare and endangered species.

ArtEffects Gallery 805 772-5159
435 Morro Bay Blvd.

By The Bay Gallery 805 772-5563
910 Embarcadero Blvd.

Dale Evers Studio & Nature Quest Gallery 805 772-7818
1199 Main St.

Del Mar Arts 805 772-9096
2317 San Bernardo Creek Rd. Call for an appointment.

Gallery at Marina Square 805 772-1068
699 Embarcadero Blvd.

Harbor Lights Gallery 805 772-1385
601 Embarcadero Blvd.

Gray's Inn & Gallery 805 772-3911
561 Embarcadero Blvd.

Seawind Gallery 805 772-5808
365 Quintana Rd.

Morro Bay Cyclery 805 772-0208
214 Beach Street - Sales & Rentals. We Deliver. Rent bikes and tour the Bay. Ride out to the rock and watch the surfers and the sea otters. Enjoy a leisurely ride along the bay to the marina and Tidelands Park.

Morro Bay Community Center 805 772-6278
1001 Kennedy Way - Every Tuesday, 10:30am-2:00pm

At the Helm Boat Rentals 805 771-9337
845 Embarcadero Blvd. - Call for Reservations.

Sub Sea Tours and Kayaks 805 772-9463
699 Embarcadero Blvd. #9 - Tours of the bay with underwater and above water sights. Call for Reservations.

Tiger's Folly II 805 772-2257
1205 Embarcadero Blvd. - Tours of the bay in an working paddle wheel boat. Has a bar on board and offers clam chowder on Harbor Cruises. Sunday Champagne Brunch and Dinner Cruises. Call for Reservations.

Virg's Fish'n 805 772-1222 / 800 762-5263
1215 Embarcadero Blvd. - Sport Fishing. Whale watching and sport fishing, weather permitting. Call for more information.

Morro Bay Veteran's Hall 805 772-6278
209 Surf St. - Wednesdays from 11:00am-2:30pm for 39+ crowd $3.00 per person.

Farmer's Market
Spencer's Market on Main Street and Elena in North Morro Bay every Thursday from 3:00pm-5:00pm .

Fishermen & Farmer's Market
Main Street between Morro Bay Blvd. and Harbor Street every Saturday from 3:00pm-6:00pm .

Farmer's Market
Baywood Park at Second and Santa Maria Streets every Monday from 2:00pm-4:30pm .

Farmer's Market
Cayucos Vets Hall parking lot overlokking the beach every Friday from 9:00pm-11:30am .-summer

Virg's Fish'n 805 772-1222 / 800 762-5263
1215 Embarcadero Blvd. - Fishing. Whale watching and sport fishing, weather permitting. Call for more information.

Morro Bay Golf Course 805 782-8060
State Park Road.

Dairy Creek Golf Course 805 782-8060
Highway One.

Central Coast Outdoors 805 528-1080
Los Osos. We offer high quality day and weekend outdoor trips. These outdoor trips feature the best bike trips, hike trips and kayak trips that the Central Coast of California has to offer.

Kayak Horizons 805 772-6444
551 Embarcadero Blvd. Right next to the Yacht Club. Morro Bay kayak rentals, sales and tours. Plus we have a fully stocked kayak accessory store. From our location it's an easy paddle into the back bay, over to the Strand, or north along the beautiful waterfront. Large rental fleet includes basic singles and trandems, plus touring single and tandem boats. Dealer for Necky and Old Town Canoes & Kayaks. Open 7 days a week, 9-5.

Rock Kayak Company Rentals & Tours 805-772-2906
845 Embarcadero Blvd. - Call for Reservations

State Park Marina 805 772-8796
State Park Road in the Marina. Paddle from the only

Kayak Horizons
First timers to seasoned paddlers, we get you outfitted and exploring the 15 miles of protected waters in the beautiful Morro Bay Estuary/Bird Sanctuary. Easy flat-water access from our dock coupled with the abundance of nature make Morro Bay THE ideal kayaking destination.

Baysong Eco Tours
Offers exclusive kayak and canoe paddling adventures on the Morro Bay National Estuary. The tours are varied in time and scope; each having a different focus, but always with wildlife observation, and wetland ecology and environmental education as the core intention.

Sub Sea Tours & Kayaks
We offer a variety of activities and tours that showcase the natural beauty of the central coast.  Families, adventurists, locals, and nature enthusiasts alike will find enjoyment in our diverse tours and services.

Tiger's Folly II
The Tiger Folly II offers tours of the bay in a working paddle wheel boat. Sunday champagne brunch and dinner cruises are available.

Morro Bay Golf
The number one "must play" golf course on the central coast, Morro Bay is a favorite among seniors, juniors and anyone who wants to feel they're playing a Pebble Beach-like track at a fraction of the cost. On a clear day, the tree lined fairways and ocean views are stunning, so bring your camera!

Charles Paddock Zoo
You probably have a favorite animal... The one you rush to see when you first get to the Zoo; the one that always manages to amaze, amuse and fascinate you. Whether it's furry, feathery or scaly, this is the animal that makes your Zoo visit so special each time.

Elfin Forest
The Los Osos Elfin Forest is located on the south-eastern side of Morro Bay in San Luis Obispo County. It is a nature preserve with exceptionally good access and outstanding views. It has a boardwalk that is, except for one short section, wheel chair accessible.

Giant Chess Board
One of our favorite places to visit, this coastal town has a giant chess board in a park on the Embarcadero. You can rent it for a small fee or play hop scotch on it for free!

Hearst Castle
Hearst Castle is a palatial estate on the central California coast and a National Historic Landmark. It was designed by architect Julia Morgan for newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst from 1919 until 1947. In 1957 the Hearst Corporation donated the property to the state of California. Since that time it has been maintained as state historic park where the estate and its considerable collection of art and antiques are open for public tours.

Montana De Oro State Park
This park features rugged cliffs, secluded sandy beaches, coastal plains, streams, canyons, and hills, including 1,347-foot Valencia Peak. Naturalists and backpackers enjoy the solitude and freedom found along the park's trails. There are also mountain biking and equestrian trails. The best-known beach is Spooner's Cove, across from the campground.

Morro Bay Aquarium & Marine Rehabilitation
The Morro Bay Aquarium was built in 1960 and is family-owned by Dean and Bertha Tyler. The Morro Bay Aquarium became a rehabilitation center for distressed mammals in 1984 and is a non-profit organization. It features three sea lions and a harbor seal that are housed here and were brought in because of their injuries or abandonment. Feeding the sea lions is fun for both children and adults.

Museum of Natural History
Just west of California's scenic Highway 1, midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, the Morro Bay State Park Museum of Natural History sits on a hill overlooking the Morro Bay Estuary. In addition to panoramic views of the coastline, the view from the museum includes world-famous Morro Rock.

Morro Rock
Morro Rock State Historic Landmark was formed about 23 million years ago from the plugs of long-extinct volcanoes. Member of the "Nine Sisters" of volcanic plugs. Home of nesting Peregrine Falcons. Closed to any climbing or disturbance.Morro Rock was an important navigational aid for mariners for over 300 years as it height of 576 feet made it the most visible in a chain of nine peaks. Portuguese explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo named the rock "El Morro" in 1542. In Spanish "Morro" means crown shaped hill. Morro Rock, sometimes called the "Gibraltor of the Pacific," is the last peak which extends from San Luis Obispo to Morro Bay.

The Abalone Farm
The Abalone Farm, Inc. raises California Red Abalone (Haliotis rufescens), one of the rarest and most sought after shellfish in the international market place. This species is considered the highest quality abalone available. Our years of experience enable us to deliver live abalone into domestic and international markets with negligible mortalities. Ocean Rose® live abalone is sold by the pound.

BMX Bike Park
The outdoor BMX Park consists of Skatewave modular equipment: quarter pipes, a pyramid, grind boxes and ledges, banks and benches.

Camp Swell
Camp Swell's Surf Camp is great for all ages and ability levels! All boards and wetsuits are provided. Located in Morro Bay, right across the highway from our shop, you will find mild conditions that are perfect for learning to surf. If you already can surf, this is the perfect opportunity to improve with the best.

Central Coast Trolley – Wine Tours
For groups from 2 to 66, the comfortable, air conditioned Central Coast Trolleys for the best Paso Robles/San Luis Obispo County wine tour.Â

Morrow Bay Wine Seller
Morro Bay Wine Seller is a retail wine store located in Morro Bay, CA. Boasting the only waterfront wine tasting bar on the Central Coast, MBWS features over 200 different wines, ports and dessert selections, as well as such hard to find goodies as gourmet cheeses, smoked fish, caviar, salsas and dipping oils, glassware and wine accessories.

Aron Hill Vineyards
Aron Hill is a small family vineyard where everything comes from the heart. Located on the west side of the Paso Robles Appellation, these vines are grown in the coveted Templeton Gap. The AronHill Tasting Room is located in the big yellow building on the waterfront at 845 Embarcadero Suite F in Morro Bay. Saunter along the boardwalk in full view of Morro Rock, listen to the seals barking and applauding their approval of the great wines from AronHill, then stop into the tasting room to see what all the noise is about.

Central Coast Wine Tours
Get ready for a flexible, fun-filled day in the vineyards, sampling liquid treasures crafted by passionate local winemakers. Discover several premier wine regions aboard The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle – a fleet of deluxe shuttles with friendly hosts and thoughtfully arranged itineraries. Reserve a spot on a public tour with pick-ups at most area hotels, or schedule a departure from your front door for a private group outing coordinated by a wine country insider.

Art Walk
Spend an enjoyable evening touring the many Art Galleries along the waterfront on the Embarcadero in beautiful Morro Bay. Sample great food and wine and converse with the artists.

Here you'll find the best of San Luis Obispo County's abundant opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and experience its unique beauty, history, arts and culture. Our mild, sunny climate, pristine beaches, world-class surf, stunning peaks and lakes, and quiet country roads offer something for everyone who enjoys the outdoors. You'll find popular attractions such as the famous Hearst Castle, historic missions, museums, wineries, performing arts, art galleries, antiques, boutiques, estuaries, wildlife and other points of interest. It is always a perfect time to visit the California Central Coast, conveniently located along Highway 101 half-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

San Luis Obispo County Attractions

Favorite Tourist Attractions on the Central Coast

Here you'll find the best of San Luis Obispo County's abundant opportunities to explore its unique beauty, history, arts and culture. You'll find popular attractions such as the famous Hearst Castle, historic missions, museums, wineries, performing arts, art galleries, antiques, boutiques, estuaries, wildlife and other points of interest.

San Luis Obispo County City of San Luis Obispo Pismo Beach Region North County Region

Hearst Castle

San Simeon

Magnificent Hearst Castle offers daily tours of this historic private 127-acre estate built by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. The castle consists of unique artifacts, Renaissance art, ornate swimming pools, fanciful gardens and over 165 rooms.

Historic Missions

San Luis Obispo

The county is home to two prominent missions. San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, in the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo, was founded in 1772. Surrounding the mission is Mission Plaza, a venue for outdoor events -- festivals, concerts and special events.

Shopping & Farmer's Markets

San Luis Obispo

From Farmers' Markets to antiques and unique gift shops, San Luis Obispo County has big shopping experiences in a small, intimate setting. Farmers Markets and quaint antique stores can be found in almost every city on the Central Coast.

Wineries & Vineyards

San Luis Obispo

National acclaim has been bestowed upon the prize winning wines and premium vineyards in San Luis Obispo County. Over 80 wineries welcome visitors to sample prize-winning selections and current releases.

Oceano Dunes


The dunes in Grover Beach and Oceano are one of the few places where you can drive your vehicle on the sand. The dunes adjoin the Oso Flaco nature preserve with rare plants and animals.

Pismo Beach/Shell Beach

Pismo Beach

Pismo and Shell Beach offer long white beaches, rocky cliffs and spectacular sunsets. This classic California beach town offers superb dining and shopping, golf, the dunes, horseback riding, surfing, body boarding, or fishing from a 1200-foot pier.

Village of Arroyo Grande

Arroyo Grande

Explore the Historic Village of Arroyo Grande, the Central Coast's unique turn-of-the-century downtown village. Here you'll find a unique array of antiques, specialty shops and fine dining, all nestled within the scenic atmosphere of historic buildings, natural beauty, and timeless treasures.

Baywood Park/Los Osos

Baywood Park

Baywood Park is a small town located next to Los Osos, and has incredible beaches, sunsets, nature preserves and dunes. Relax here, or use as a base to visit other parts of this very scenic county.



Downtown Cayucos still has the small town charm, while being located just steps from a great beach for swimmng, surfing and fishing. Enjoy the pier, great restaurants and antique stores in this charming old town.

Elephant Seals

San Simeon

Elephant seals can be observed along small coves just south of the Piedras Blancas lighthouse. Populations have grown from a few dozen in 1990 to current estimates of nearly 10,000.

Montana de Oro State Park

Baywood Park

A beautiful nature preserve on the coast in Los Osos. Great hiking and sightseeing opportunities. Tidepools. Make sure to visit beautiful Spooners Cove inside the park, which also offers a small natural history museum of local teasures.

Morro Bay Estuary/Morro Rock

Morro Bay

Morro Rock, the near by dunes, harbor and estuary are beautiful to look at and a year-round attraction to visitors. You'll find wonderful stores, art galleries and boutiques right next to the beautiful Pacific Ocean.

Paso Robles

Paso Robles

Paso Robles is in wine country and is known for its relaxed ambience and beautiful drives. The scenery is as delicious as the wines they produce. Enjoy wine tasting, historic downtown shopping, and annual wine festivals and car shows.

Town of Harmony


Harmony is one of the smallest towns in the USA, with just 14 inhabitants. It offers historic buildings with small boutiques, pottery shop, glass maker, several crafters and artisans, and a charming winery overlooking the tiny town below.

Village of Cambria


The quaint Village of Cambria is host to many boutiques, local artists and quality art galleries with paintings of the natural beauty of the area. Moonstone Beach in Cambria provides dramatic views of the ocean.

Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa
(Mission Plaza in downtown SLO) This is considered by many to be the most beautiful of all California missions. Founded in 1772 and still an active church.

Performing Arts Center San Luis Obispo
The state-of-the-art, 91,500 square foot center located on the Cal Poly campus is the result of a partnership between the city, Cal Poly and the Foundation for the Performing Arts. The 1,350 seat Harmon Concert Hall is acoustically one of the best halls in the world and has been JBL Professional's exclusive North American test and demonstration site.

Bustling with activity, downtown offers great shopping, outdoor and indoor dining, night life, and its famous Thursday Night Farmer's Market where you can buy locally grown fresh produce and enjoy an outdoor barbecue.

California Polytechnic State University
Cal Poly is known throughout the world for its excellence in learn-by-doing education. Largest schools of engineering and architecture in the west. Visitors welcome. Walking campus tours are offered each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. & 2 p.m., except major holidays. Self-guided tours can be taken anytime; call tour hotline 756-5734 for the latest update. Don't miss the Shakespeare Press Museum, Poly Canyon, horse and dairy units, and the ornamental horticulture greenhouses.

Railroad Depot
(South end of Santa Rosa Street) This restored depot brings back memories of the time when railroads were America's lifeline.

Jack House
(536 Marsh Street) Built in the late 1870s and deeded to the city by the Jack family in 1974, this historic Victorian home has been fully restored into a “living museum,” giving visitors a glimpse of life at the turn of the century. Admission $2. Call 781-7308 for recorded information about docent guided tours.

San Luis Obispo Art Center
(1010 Broad St.) San Luis Obispo's community art center in Mission Plaza features the works of many of SLO's most talented amateur and professional artists. Admission is free. Open to the public 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

County Historical Museum
(696 Monterey St., next to the Mission) Tells the story of San Luis Obispo's colorful history via changing displays of old photographs and artifacts. Open Wednesday through Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free admission.

Cuesta College
(5 mi. west of SLO on Highway 1 north) Known statewide for its dedication to lifelong learning, this scenic 150 acre campus, bordered by Hollister Peak and Cerro Romaldo, is open to visitors.

San Luis Obispo's Children's Museum
(1010 Nipomo St.) A museum just for children and others who like to explore and learn. Kids can race to the scene of a fire on the back of a fire engine, watch themselves on television or zip down a dinosaur slide. Admission $4. Call 544-KIDS or visit the website for more information.

Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center
(1039 Chorro St.) Not to brag, but our center has received rave reviews from more than one travel writer. Open daily, Sunday and Monday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Maps and complete information on San Luis Obispo and points north and south. Information on Hearst Castle and tickets. National Forest Adventure passes, special event tickets, books, postcards, and other souvenir items also available. Complete calendar of events going on throughout the city and county.

Golf Courses–Public
Cypress Ridge Golf Course El Campo & Halcyon Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 489-2781

Laguna Lake Municipal Golf Course
11175 Los Osos Valley Rd. San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 781-7309

Morro Bay Golf Course
201 State Park Road Morro Bay, CA 93442 771-4341 reservations

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