The town of Morro Bay is pleasant with year round mild weather. One of the areas destinations that should not be missed is the Morro Bay State Park, which features lagoon and natural bay habitat. The park also features a museum, with exhibits covering natural features and cultural history, Native American life, geology and oceanography. The park also has a colorful marina and an 18-hole public golf course. Morro Bay is a designated national and state estuary known for its thriving bird population.
The Museum of Natural History offers activities for all ages including nature walks, exhibits, lectures, puppet shows, videos, docent led tours and special events. It is also home of the Chumash garden that is located along the side of the museum. Hearst Castle is only minutes away. Hearst Castle is one of the largest of approximately 5,000 historic house museums in the U.S., with one of the most sophisticated guided tour programs in the country. Originally known as "Camp Hill," its wilderness offered a place for family members and friends to "rough it" on camping trips. Despite elaborate arrangements with separate sleeping and dining tents, Hearst envisioned more comfortable accommodations.
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