Morro Bay consists of three unique California Central Coast communities:
Los Osos. At the end of scenic Highway One is
Estero Bay. The area has become famous for its beautiful state parks,
bird estuary’s, and the distinct Morro Rock. Tourists and locals both
enjoy a variety of activities in the area, including fishing, surfing,
kayaking, golfing, bird watching, beachcombing, or just relaxing and
enjoying the sunset. Besides the nature and recreation of Estero Bay,
there are also fine restaurants, and unique shops.
Morro Bay, the largest of the three cities, is at the heart of Estero
Bay. Morro Rock, the last in a chain of long-extinct volcanoes, covers
over 50 acres at its base and towers 576 feet above the entrance to
Morro Bay. The waters that make up the bay are contained within a
three-mile sandpit and the shores of Morro Bay and Los Osos. The local
fishing industry is one of the most important along the California
Coast. On the Embarcadero, you can shop, walk to Tidelands Park and play
on the pirate ship, or simply sit and watch as the boats make their way
to sea. Peruse MorroBay.com and learn more about the treasures of Estero
The Econo Lodge® hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of Morro Strand State Beach and Morro Rock State Preserve. This Morro Bay, CA hotel is just minutes from area attractions like Hearst Castle, Mission Plaza and Morro Bay State Park.
This store specializes in marine sea shells and exhibits the largest selection of specimens on the Central Coast. Renowned throughout the world, The Shell Shop is the place to find Sea Clams, decorative corals, unique crafted sea shell jewelry and shells of all types.
The dishes served at the Shine Cafe are, fresh, exciting, healthy and satisfying. And that's because they use the highest quality of whole ingredients that nourish your body and soul. Components that taste amazing and help your body function at its very best.
Estero Bay Kayak Fishing began as a way to share our love of fishing and the area where we live, work, and play. We are located along coastal San Luis Obispo County on California's Central Coast.
Check-in @ 5:45 am
Launch @ 6:30 am
Weigh-in cutoff @ 2:30 pm
Cayucos is located at the Northern end of Estero Bay. Cayucos is a small beachfront community that contains the largest pier in the bay. Cayucos’ beach is what visitors expect in a California beach - sunny, sandy, and surfable. Take a walk or fish on the pier. Watch the otters and seals at play. Play in the surf or search for shells. But overall, be prepared to relax.