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Virginia is a great guide! Super patient and knowledgable about local wild life. She took great care of our group and showed us a variety of birds and wild life living in Morro Bay. We had so much fun! Sea otters are my favorite!
This is a great shop located at the marina in MB. Fantastic opportunity to get out on the water and see the otters and sea lions. Paddle through the harbor to towards the rock and get out on the dunes to hike along the ocean....More
Kayak shack is located in the Marina area of Morro Bay State Park. This is a beautiful area off the beaten path. There is a camping area across the road, in close proximity to a golf course. There are also several hiking trails around the...More
This was one of the best kayaking experiences I've ever had. Rental fees are very affordable. If you got at high tide the water will be just right for exploring the Bay and all of its channels. You can see hundreds of birds and some...More
On the south end of the bay, it was laid back and the staff helpful and friendly. Perfect for our day of kayaking as we had the wind at our backs on our return. Away from the rock and the boardwalk but we had great...More
Teens wanted to paddle board in the bay, but were advised the water was a bit to choppy and they might be risking a soaking. So instead they soaked each other racing in kayaks. My daughter and I took a nice canoe and we went...More
I was with my daughter and youngest grandson visiting my oldest grandson in California this past winter and somehow ended up in Morro Bay. I had never been in a kayak but my daughter thought it would be a great thing to do. It was...More
When we visit our son at Cal Poly, we usually hit a local trail for a family outdoor activity. However the weekend we were here, the temperature was in the mid 90s- a bit too hot to hike. I suggested we head to Morro Bay...More