Morro Strand State Beach
305 Yerba Buena Street, Morro Bay, California
- Pets Allowed
- Tents Allowed
“We stayed here Labor Day weekend 2016. A smaller state park. We did have full hook-ups which was nice. Full hook-up sites do not have a fire pit which is kind of a bummer. There is not a lot of space between sites but our 35' 5th wheel with slides on both sides fit fine. Short trek to the beach. Sand dollars galore! There is also a trolley that runs from the campground to Morro Bay which was nice to let someone else drive. Nothing fancy but we definitely enjoyed our stay!”
Stayed: 02/01/16 to 02/10/16
“A great place for motorhomes. ”
We were staying at a very nice private park nearby, drove by to check out this beachfront primitive camping we had used decades before. FHU's as of 4/1/2015 I'm told. Immediately we checked ReserveAmerica for availability. Weekends, even in February, even Super Bowl weekend, were pretty tight, but we managed to get a full week (which we subsequently extended). This is the first Cal State Campground we have used since we moved to multi-slide rigs pulling a dinghy 15 years ago. We want FHU's with satellite TV clearance with campground etiquette rules enforced. About time California started putting some of my tax money into its parks! This place is gorgeous with back-in sites providing a panoramic view of the Pacific out of the front windshield of your motorhome. It is not sheltered from the heavy winds that do occur in the area. Perfect? Until the group showed up Sunday afternoon in the tent area blasting music as we left for dinner. Unbeknownst to me at the time was that the campground hosts & park rangers were on them immediately. Kudos to the state for this awesome upgrade & the park personnel for enforcing the identified rules.