Morro Bay State Park has very moderate weather, so guests are encouraged to dress in layers (especially guests who intend on spending any time in or near the ocean). Due to the fact that the water is a lot cooler in Southern California, surfers and swimmers typically wear full body wetsuits.
Camping at Morro Bay State Park
Morro Bay State Park has 134 different campsites. Twelve of the campsites are ADA accessible. All of the campsites will also accommodate trailers and mobile homes of up to 35 feet. Fee entries for the park include 1 vehicle and one legally towed trailer. Additional vehicles will be charged per night.
Amenities at Morro Bay State Park
There are coin operated hot showers and restrooms throughout the park, so guests are encouraged to bring a lot of coins. Only 27 of the campsites have electric and water hookups. There is a dump station on campsites for recreational vehicles. There are also two campsites, which can accommodate groups of up to 35 people.
Things to do in Morro Bay State Park
Morro Bay State Park features the opportunity for their guests to go hiking, sailing, fishing, and bird watching. The park has a museum that features Native American life, oceanography, and geology. There is a public 18 hole golf course as well as a very colorful marina for guests to enjoy as well.
Morro Bay State Park
State Park Road
Morro Bay, CA 93442
Phone Number: (805) 772 2694
Camping at Morro Bay State Park Fees
Prices for campsites at Morro Bay State Park range between $35 and $170 per night. Group campsites are more expensive and there is a $10 fee for extra vehicles.