Camping Morro Bay State Park in California

Morro Bay State Park is known for the beautiful Morro Rock that is a landmark to Mariners and its nationally recognized full of life estuary. The park is home to the Morro Bay State Park Museum of Natural History, the Morro Rock Natural Preserve, the Heron Rookery Natural Preserve, and the famous Morro Bay State Park Golf Course.

Camping at Morro Bay State Park

Morro Bay has 135 campsites shaded by a mixed forest planted in the 1930s.

Photo courtesy of Liu Shu Chen

Photo courtesy of Liu Shu Chen

Amenities at Morro Bay State Park

Morro Bay State Park has a restaurant, a marina, cafes, and picnic areas. The picnic areas include barbecue pits and tables. The Museum of Natural History has a handicapped accessible parking lot, restroom, exhibits, and trails. The campfire center and picnic sites are also accessible. Restrooms at the marina and the campground are accessible as well.

Things To Do in Morro Bay State Park

Activities at Morro Bay State Park include camping, fishing, boating, surfing, biking, hiking, and bird watching. The marina has rental canoes and kayaks for visitors. Kayaking is popular on the bay, but visitors are advised to check the tide schedule before getting in the water. The golf course has amazing views of the estuary, the bay, Morro Rock, and the ocean. It is truly breathtaking. The course is open to the public and features a pro shop, a driving range, and a café.

Morro Bay State Park

State Park Road
Morro Bay, CA 93442
(805) 772-7434

Morro Bay State Park Hours
Please call the park for hours of operation.
Museum and gift shop: 10 AM to 5 PM.