The quaint seaside town of Morro Bay, California invites travelers to enjoy the many benefits of visiting mid-week this May and June! Avoid the crowds, enjoy the food and wine in over 80 restaurants and take your time shopping at all the unique boutiques. Life in this small beach town is reminiscent of how California beach towns used to be: charming, relaxed, fun, quirky, yet filled with surfing, sailing, fishing, golfing, and kayaking. There’s so much to see and do in this bustling seaside village including ocean-side golf, kayaking, sailing, hiking, fishing, surfing, whale watching, biking, bird watching, or kite flying. Morro Bay offers activities for all ages to enjoy in an unspoiled slice of California located along coastal Highway 1 in San Luis Obispo County.
“We’re encouraging guests to visit Morro Bay mid-week in May and June and pack in boatloads of adventure,” explains Jennifer Little, Tourism Manager for Discover Morro Bay. “Not only will visitors appreciate the low room rates but they will also avoid the crowds and beat the traffic at the same time. It’s a real Win/Win/Win!”
There’s Something For Everyone in Morro Bay
A visit to Morro Bay means tons of family fun. Watch the kids light up at the idea of kayaking with sea otters, bicycling out to iconic Morro Rock, exploring the Morro Bay Natural History Museum or Skateboard Museum, surfing, paddle boarding, whale watching, kite flying and tide pooling. Girl power is alive and well in Morro Bay, the ideal location for a best friend’s getaway along California’s Central Coast. The variety of lodging options in Morro Bay offers BFFs the opportunity to stay in beach front vacation rentals, luxurious inns, leading brand hotels, reliable budget or specialty accommodations right on the harbor. Whether your taste for adventure runs extreme or serene, guys will find lots of healthy activities in Morro Bay. There are lots of events in town for guy pals to watch together or, plan your mancation around the many running, biking and triathlete competitions where guys can give it everything they’ve got. Surrounding farms and vineyards yield a bounty of outstanding organic produce, fresh seafood and award-wining local wines served with flair at Morro Bay’s renowned restaurants, wine bars and craft breweries.
For more information visit www.morrobay.org
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