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Morro Bay, CA a historic fishing harbor located along Highway 1 of the Central Coast. The cities most distinctive and recognizable landmark is the famous “Morro Rock.” The rock stands at 581 feet tall and provides an iconic figure to the local harbors boardwalk and venues. Here you will find coastal boutiques, shops, fine dining, local wineries, adventure outfitters including kayaking, surfing, sailing and fresh fish markets notable for the local halibut, salmon, oysters, and rock cod.
There is much more to see and explore in and around Morro Bay. The town in nestled next to an estuary providing a nourishing habitat to more than 250 species of birds. The Morro Bay Natural History Museum offers engaging exhibits, informative lectures, nature walks, and a discovery area for children offering hands-on exploration.
For more local information and insights to the coastal community, visit Morro Bay.
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