Morro Bay

1. Visit Embarcadero and Morro Bay Rock
Enjoy the walk on Embarcadero and enjoy the beautiful sites of the Morro Volcano Rock. Visit the gift shops and buy unusual gifts for family and friends at Under the Sea Gallery. Take in the many restaurants and eateries along Embarcadero including Giovanni’s Fish Market for great tasting and reasonable price seafood lunch or dinner. Clam Chowder, fish and chips, fried calamari. You name it, and Giovanni’s Fish Market, got it !  Take in the iconic Morro Rock that is made from a volcanic rock and represents Morro Bay. You can take breath-taking photos on Embarcadero with family and  friends, and the beach vibe is unmatched anywhere as a tourist attraction.

2.  Harbor Boat Tour and Whale Watching 

Morro Bay Harbor Tour

Take the 45 minute Tiki Harbor boat ride that explores Morro Bay harbor. Enjoy the local sea wildlife, sea otters, sea lions and the natural beauty of the Morro Bay harbor. Learn the history of this beautiful area with a 45 minute guided tour. Take the hour long sunset cruise or try the Whale Watching Tour for an unforgettable experience seeing and taking photos of the larger sea life in Morro Bay.

3.  Rent Kayak or Paddle Board 

Morro Bay

Become a participant rather than a spectator by renting a kayak or paddleboard and exploring the beautiful bay on your own time. Rentals are very reasonable and it’s a fun activity you can do with friends and family.

4.  Explore Great Seaside Restaurants:  
Treat yourself to delicious meals with an ocean view. Many seaside restaurants lay on the boardwalk called Embarcadero. What better treat than to have a fantastic meal with friends or family with an ocean view. Tognazzini Dockside Restaurant and Fish Market, The Galley Seafood Grill and Bar, and House of JuJu By the Bay, are just some of the fantastic restaurants located with a seaside view in Morro Bay.

5.  Visit Morro Bay State Park
Lots of hiking trails are available at the Morro Bay State Park with the natural beauty of Morro Bay and Morro Bay Rock. The park is a great place for the family to hike and explore. The park offers camping grounds for tents or RV. Enjoy the serenity of this beautiful park with an overnight stay. The park has a number of picnic spaces with tables and barbecues. Savor a mouthwatering dinner while admiring the breathtaking views of the bay and surrounding scenery. If you are a bird watcher, than this is the place. Because it draws a diverse range of bird species, Morro Bay is a sanctuary for birdwatchers. The park offers fantastic chances to see birds including ospreys, great blue herons, and white egrets.

6. Morro Bay Golf Course
In Morro Bay, California, there is a public golf course called the Morro Bay Golf Course. It has a driving range, a practice putting green, and 18 holes of golf. The course is renowned for both its difficult layout and stunning vistas of the ocean. It is accessible to both locals and tourists, and golfers of all ability levels can play for reasonable fees. In addition, the Morro Bay Golf Course features a pro shop for all your golfing requirements and a clubhouse with a restaurant and bar. Regardless of your level of skill, the Morro Bay Golf Course offers a picturesque and delightful round of golf.

7. Morro Bay Farmers Market
Every Thursday from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm, the market is hosted in the parking lot between Main Street and Harbor Street. It is a well-liked location for both locals and visitors seeking a flavor of the Morro Bay community and fresh, locally sourced goods. Exploring and supporting local sellers at the Morro Bay Farmers Market is a terrific way to find fresh vegetables, unusual gifts, or just a fun afternoon out.

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