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Morro Bay, CA

  • Jun 26, 2014 · 7:00 PM

Come and join us for an adventure in June away from the Phoenix heat.  Morro Bay is a protected inlet near San Luis Obispo CA.  The drive time from Phoenix is about 9 hours and the average temps for June is 67 daytime 53 at night.  Thurs June 26th-Sun June 29th.

Thursday June 26th   will be a travel day.  Please make your own arrangements for lodging.  You may wish to camp or stay in a hotel.  Here is one campground:

Morro Bay State Park San Luis Obispo, CA[masked])[masked]  http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=594

Events

Friday- Touring Hearst Castle in San Simeon, CA and wine tasting

It’s about a 50 min Drive from Morro Bay.  Cost is $25 and we will be going on  The Grand Rooms tour.  http://hearstcastle.org/   You will need to purchase tickets in advance.  I will be buying mine 2 weeks before for the 11 o’clock tour.  We can carpool once we know how many people want to attend.

Allow for 50 min drive + 15 min shuttle and extra time to park, etc. to be on time for the tour. 

 Details:  Visitors board the Hearst Castle bus at the Visitor Center as they begin their journey for the five mile trip to the top of the hill. (15 min bus ride).The view out of the window shows the natural beauty that attracted William Randolph Hearst to this spectacular location. Upon the conclusion of the indoor tour, guests may stroll the grounds and view both swimming pools on their own.  The guided tour is 40 min

Full details are on their website.  I plan on staying for at least a couple of hours. 

Then head back to a couple of tasting rooms right in Morro Bay. 

Morro Bay Wine Seller 601 Embarcadero  Morro Bay, CA 93442  805.772.8388.  Tasting:  Open daily at 10 am, tasting fee $5.  Another is Cayucos Cellars 131 North Ocean Avenue Cayucos, CA 93430 (805)[masked] Open Daily except Tuesday, 11 to 5:30 pm $5 tasting fee.

Saturday-meet at the bay for Kayaking at  9:30am.  Kayak Horizons is the outfitter [masked]  On the waterfront, just south of the Aquarium, at 551 Embarcadero, Morro Bay.  Depending on the tide, we may need to change the time of day we launch for the best experience.  We will know a few days before we leave.

We can reserve up to about 20 kayaks with them.  Please call them to reserve asking that the reservation be with the Paddle Arizona group.  (I will be calling them Monday morning to give them the name of our group).   If we have more than 15 people the price drops dramatically.  For a full list of prices, please to their website at http://kayakhorizons.com/

They are sit inside kayaks as this is a protected inlet.  Please be sure to bring a snack or lunch as we won’t be off the water until 2pm or so.  We will head to a restaurant for lunch.

Sunday- will be a hike for those that want to join before heading home.  We will meet at 8 am at the museum to possibly carpool up to the trailhead.  I am still checking the details with the park to assure we can get up there early and the cost for park entrance, if any.

Black Hill Trail - Morro Bay State Park Difficulty: Easy, Length: 3.0 miles / 4.8 km, Duration: 1-3 hours

Here’s a full description and map:  http://www.everytrail.com/guide/black-hill-trail-morro-bay-state-park

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  • Bob P.

    Michelle,

    Thank you for putting this great trip together.

    You all traveled a long way to see Morro Bay and
    the surrounding area. Good to hear you had a good
    time.

    Better if you had a week or more to see the area in
    and around Morro Bay. There is a lot to see and the
    summer weather is still cool with cooler nights.

    We have traveled the entire Pacific coast up to British Columbia. The coast line along Oregon is also very nice with lots of rivers and bays all the way to Astoria.

    There is a very nice state park near Astoria on the Columbia river and Pacific ocean. You could spend a
    week in the Astoria area. The state parks in Oregon are much nicer than in California.

    Bob

    July 2, 2014

  • michelle

    It was really fun. Thanks everyone for making it a great trip!

    July 2, 2014

  • Mory

    Thanks Michelle for organizing this amazing adventure.

    July 1, 2014

  • Norman J

    Looks like a great time was had by all. Wish I could have joined in the fun. I was transporting my kayaks 2500 miles to go on a long long trip. ;-)

    1 · July 1, 2014

  • Lori B.

    Had a great time! Thanks Michelle for organizing this, we loved the variety of activities.

    June 29, 2014

  • Bob P.

    We will launch just south of the Natural History Museum next to Morro Bay State Park. We will launch our canoe and meet you guys up there by 10. We are only about 3/4 mile south it is only for kayaks and canoes with a small marina and a large parking lot.

    Lots of people rent kayaks and canoes from the Kayak Shack at State Park Marina Morro Bay to paddle over to the sand peninsula. There is a lot of free parking and a bathroom. I believe launching is free.

    Anchor park has a large concrete ramp for launching anything on wheels. There is a huge parking lot and a bathroom. I believe launching is free

    From where you meet it is less than about 2 miles to the harbor mouth with sea otters. There are lots of sea lions along the way.

    Bob

    June 24, 2014

    • michelle

      Friday morning you can meet bob and mark at the natural history museum also 10:30-11 they will be there. They will also launch sat morning

      June 27, 2014

  • michelle

    Hi bob and Mark are meeting 10:30-11am at the morro bay museum parking lot today

    June 27, 2014

  • michelle

    Thanks for posting. so for those not renting please launch with bob near the natural history museum

    June 25, 2014

  • michelle

    For Saturday morning, the people with boats who are not renting cannot launch from the rental shop. However, there is a park called Anchor Street Park just down the street a few hundred feet away he said with a public boat launch. So those of you bringing your own boat, please launch there and we'll kayak over and meet you there about 10. We are meeting at 9:30 and should all be on the water for the float by 10. Yeah.

    June 24, 2014

  • Mory

    An Update...we have arrived in California at Pismo Beach which is about 20 miles south of Morro Bay. Just a heads up...we left about 6:30 am and got to Indio about 11:00, then arrived in Ventura about 5:30. It took us about 6 hours to get from Indio to past Ventura on Highways 10, 57, 210, 134 then 101. It took us 12 hours from home to here. So....please plan your trip accordingly...we don't know which is the best route, but wanted to give you all a heads up.

    2 · June 21, 2014

    • JRiv

      Funny Mory, those 55 mph with trailer speed limit signs are everywhere :) Watch out for the cops. http://www.dot.ca.gov...­

      June 23, 2014

    • Norman J

      please have fun and be safe everyone. Wish I could go

      June 23, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hi,

    We pull our tent trailer all over California. I believe the
    maximum speed is 55. We just match the 18 wheelers, their speed limit is the same as smaller vehicles pulling trailers. Many times the big trucks are doing 60, 65, 70, or 75. I just see how fast the big trucks are traveling. They talk to each other and know where the police are watching speeds.

    I would not be passing the big trucks if they were going only 55, there is a good reason they have slowed to 55. We usually have no problems traveling at 60 or near 65 with the trailer. However, our tent trailer is very low profile. They can't see the trailer until we have passed them. But, when we see a highway patrol near we slow to 55. I don't want to challenge him to give me a ticket

    Bob

    1 · June 23, 2014

  • michelle

    Hi. Yes you can bring your own Kayaks. I will check to see if the people who rent and bring their own can both launch from their boat dock tomorrow morning when I call them.
    Thanks Bob for the update on directions to minimize the traffic near Los Angeles.

    June 22, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Traffic across LA avoid rush hours.

    It is best to be across LA between 9am and across before 3pm. Optimum is to get to Indio before 9am that puts you near San Bernardino near 10am. You should be near Ventura before 1pm.

    Sounds like Mory traveled HYs 10, 57, 210, 134 then 101 that is suggested as the shortest route or most recommended by google map and our Garmin Nuvi.

    If we hit rush hour traffic we go HYs 10, 210, 118, 126, and 101. Get on the 210 from the 10 near Redlands. That travels across the top of the San Fernando valley and LA with much less traffic at or near rush hours.

    Accidents stop traffic anytime.

    Mory we drove from Thousand Oaks to Santa Barbara on the 101 yesterday afternoon to attend the solstice event. Fridays and Saturdays are always bumper to bumper from near Thousand Oaks to Santa Barbara from about noon to 5pm. Seems everyone goes to Santa Barbara from LA on the weekends on the 101.

    The drive north from Ventura along the 101 is spectacular.

    June 22, 2014

  • Sarah O.

    Not sure if I m going after all. Going to remove rsvp for now.

    June 21, 2014

    • Lori B.

      Ken and I were looking forward to seeing you!

      June 21, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hello Mark,

    My wife has a Kaiser medical appointment until about 9am Thursday and we should be at El Chorro campground before 1pm. That will leave us over 7 more hours of daylight. We will set up our tent trailer then may drive over to near the Morro Bay State Park museum parking at the free launching nearby. We may hike in the state park, don't drive in you have to pay day use fee. It is easy walk into the huge park area.

    You can easily drive through the golf course to a small parking lot just below black mountain. It is less than 1/2 mile to the top. The views are great near sunset of the sun setting over the Pacific and Morro Rock.

    Usually there are not high winds on Morro Bay even in the afternoon. Mornings are usually calm. Paddling against the current is best near the shores and is not bad.

    My cell phone is (805) 300-5404.

    There is a Farmer's Market in the center of San Louis Obispo beginning about 5pm on Thursdays. They block off 4 or 5 blocks in the center of town.

    June 20, 2014

  • Mark S.

    We have reserved Chumash Loop Site 5 at the El Chorro Campground for arrival on 6/26 and leave 6/29. We will then move over to the Morro Strand SP and have reservations thru Thursday night. We will be bring our travel trailer and kayaks. Our plan is to kayak fri with Bob, and Sat with the group, then do the hike Sun. We will then explore the coast the rest of the week.

    After reading about kayaking on the coast it seems like the earlier we start kayaking the less wind we will have and the tides will be in our favor. Low tides will be around 7am and 6pm and high tides are 1pm and midnight

    June 20, 2014

  • Nancy J.

    We will be staying at Morro Strand SP starting June 27. We can't do the Hearst Castle/wine tour that day. We will hook up with you at 9:30 am on Saturday at Kayak Horizons. Can we use our own inflatable? We will be leaving Benson AZ on Sunday June 22. Please keep us informed of any time changes. Looking forward! Thanks!

    1 · June 16, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hi,

    As of Monday 16 June morning there were 6 camping sites available at El Charro Regional Park for Thursday through Sunday. It is $123 for those days. 2 vehicles and 2 tents per site. I talked to them there are no first come first serve sites any more they are all reserved.

    Looks like temps for Morro Bay will be upper 60s to 70s daytime with night in 50s. Bring a jacket it will be cool and humid on the water and near the shore. There may be early haze with clearing full sun.

    Bob

    June 16, 2014

  • Bob P.

    We just reserved Chumash loop site 17 at El Chorro arriving Thursday leaving Sunday. Someone can put a tent on our site and park their vehicle with us, all we have is a tent trailer and our Grand Caravan.

    Our site has water and electric, we can share. We have electric outlet in our tent trailer if you need to charge something.


    The nearest grocery store is in Morro Bay about 6 or 7 miles away, Albertson's. Most other shopping is in San Luis Obispo. Morro Bay is a small town.

    We will arrive early Thursday. It is about 150 mile drive for us from Thousand Oaks on HY 101.

    It looks like they allow 2 vehicles and 2 tents per site at El Chorro.

    Just try to avoid the traffic through LA arriving at San Bernardino from about 6am to 8am then between 1pm and 6pm. If you go through LA near San Bernardino from about 8am to 1pm you should meet less traffic. Rush hours through LA are much worse than in Phoenix.

    Bob

    June 14, 2014

  • Lori B.

    We just reserved a primitive site at El Chorro online arriving the 26th and departing the 29th. We didn't have to reserve Sunday night though.

    June 14, 2014

  • Bob P.

    I checked the "El Chorro Regional Park" reservation
    website. There are sites available as of today Saturday
    14 June. The sites are available from Thursday 26 June through Sunday 29 June. You have to reserve for
    both Saturday and Sunday nights.

    I am not sure there are any first come first serve sites
    at this campground. This is summer nearly at the ocean most of the sites are reserved by Europeans 6 months in advance.

    I have to call them on Monday to speak to a person
    about the sites and availability.

    They should allow 2 tents per site. But, may charge for
    more than 1 vehicle per site.

    I would not wait too long they will be gone.

    Bob

    June 14, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hello,

    My email is: [masked]
    phone is: [masked]

    Before sending any information I have to be sure
    there is some assurance of open campsites at the
    "El Chorro Regional Park".

    I believe there are many reserved sites with some first come sites. I would expect at least 2 vehicles and 2 tents per site. They charge for more vehicles per site.

    I have to verify that it is first come first serve. I believe there may be less than 10 first come first come sites. If so we may be able to get there by 10am.

    Let me nail down the availability and registration procedure. The good thing is: I will be there fairly early Thursday much better than Friday or Saturday.

    I would not be at all surprised if Morro Bay State Park was reserved full from May through the end of September. There is only one Pacific ocean and Morro Bay estuary in summer it is very nice.

    We will figure something out.

    Bob

    June 13, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hello,

    We live near the Pacific coast in California. We never
    even try to camp at any state parks near the coast anytime near summer. All the parks are reserved 6 months in advance, call Morro bay State Park and they will tell you.

    We are going to leave early in the morning and get up to a county park with in about 7 or 8 miles of Moro Bay before noon.. The park is "El Chorro Regional Park" on HY1 toward San Louis Obispo there are several first come serve campsites the rest are reserved. It is within less than about 7 miles from the ocean and Morro Bay.

    I will leave our cell phone number. I will try to pay for one or two extra sites. I will need names, addresses, and license numbers to register the sites

    There is a trader Joes in San Luis Obispo with lots of good wines just off HY101 before the turn off for HY1.

    We have all day to paddle, it gets dark after about 8:30pm.

    Bob Palevac

    June 12, 2014

    • Lori B.

      Can we have your email so we can give you our info.

      June 12, 2014

  • Sarah O.

    Some of this is my own confusion. Ha ha....was thinking there was carpooling and sharing a house rental. I didnt look at description about case tour but will get ticket. I also will find camping etc....

    1 · June 12, 2014

  • Sarah O.

    Im confused. Are we all making separate lodging arrangements? Separate travel? If we r all camping somewhere ill want to make sure im adequately prepared. Sorry for my own confusion.

    June 12, 2014

  • Lori B.

    Has anyone reserved their castle tickets yet?

    June 12, 2014

  • Lori B.

    Where are people staying? Does anyone have room at their campsite for us to park our suburban? We will split the cost. Thx.

    June 12, 2014

  • michelle

    Thanks for uploading

    May 12, 2014

  • Roger B

    How far of a paddle do you plan on for Saturday, need to know whether to reserve one or two kayaks. Thanks.

    May 3, 2014

    • Mory

      I having never been there but in hearing about it you kind of go with the tides. Go out with the tide and return with the tide. I always double my trip plan in the way to pack stuff, a 2 hour could stretch out to a 4 hr. And so on, a 4 hour could lean towards 6 hours. I never pack light. Always be prepared for a longer estimated float plan, Things happen... It might be just too nice to go back to shore. Sorry this may not answer your question. Again never been there but hope to paddle as much as we can. Safely of course.

      May 4, 2014

    • michelle

      Thanks for replying Mory.

      May 12, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hi,

    How do I let you guys see or attach some images of Morro Bay? Most of these were at low tide.

    I have about 9 images shrunk down to under 200k each.

    I had about 50 images of the area all over 2 meg .jpg each, I shrunk 9 using paint resize.

    Bob

    May 10, 2014

    • Mory

      Click on photos... Click on upload photos.... Cluck on existing album.. Find Morro Bay and away you go........

      May 10, 2014

    • Bob P.

      Mory, thanks for the information. I clicked on photos. Sorry but, can't find the upload photos.

      May 12, 2014

  • Mory

    Here is a bit more information about this event, great web site for other future adventures.

    http://www.paddlingcalifornia.com/Morro_Bay.html

    May 7, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hello,

    Both Friday and Saturday the tides are flowing into
    the bay from about 6 or 7 am till after noon. There is an inflow. But, paddling along the shore or the far sand bar gets you out of the fast flowing current(s).

    It is this changing tide flow that make the bay so nice.
    Paddling in Morro Bay is nice anytime. It is an incredible estuary.

    The paddle across the bay to the peninsula is great to see with huge sand dunes and many places to land in the sand.

    Here is a website with the tides for that Friday and Saturday, 27 and 28 June.

    http://tides.mobilegeographics.com/locations/3916.html?y=2014&m=6&d=27

    Bob

    May 4, 2014

  • Bob P.

    There is camping about 6 miles east of Morro Bay at El Chorro Regional Park, California HY 1. It is a county park. Maybe we can hold sites and go before noon. Not sure if sites are reserved?

    The Motel 6 is on HY 1 north of the city close to beach.

    Kayak launching is free and parking next to Morro Bay State Park. We launch any time to go to the peninsula. You have to watch the tides when traveling to the mouth of the bay. Better to launch about when tide is finished going out and the will push you back to the launching place.

    The Hearst Ranch wine tasting room has great sandwiches in the town of San Simeon close to the Hurst Castle.

    Trader Joe's is in San Luis Obispo just off HY 101 with good wines.

    Morro Bay State Park has very nice hiking trails. Just drive through the golf course, you can drive up to a parking lot just about 1/4 miles from the top of Black Hill.

    Paddle over to the huge peninsula with huge sand dunes across the bay with great views of Morro Bay.

    Bob

    April 21, 2014

    • David

      Agreed! Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Look forward to paddling this venue with you.

      April 25, 2014

    • Mory

      Wow, looks like we got some paddling to do. Bob thanks show much for in lighting us with the ins and outs and where to's.

      April 26, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Morro Bay is about 4 miles long from the harbor mouth to Los Osos and about 2 miles wide. We may be able to paddle the entire perimeter in less than 6 hours.

    Best is: the bay changes from low to high tide. Much of the bay is mud flats at low tide and shallow even at high tide. In the shallows there are clams everywhere in the mud.

    It is great to paddle in water less than 6 inches deep in many places that become mud flats at low tide. The Kayak Shack at Morro Bay State Park Marina is where we usually launch it is free with lots of close free parking next to the state park. Check their rental rates.

    http://www.morrobaykayakshack.com/

    This is about I mile south of the center of the tourist areas (restaurants, shops, and Kayak rentals) where there are several Kayak rental places.

    The clam farm with a floating platform is south and near the peninsula of the Morro Bay Kayak Shack.

    Morro Bay looks like much of California before huge high rises, development and big money arrived.

    Bob

    April 25, 2014

  • Bob P.

    This is the internet site address for the tides on
    Friday and Saturday 27 and 28 June 2014 for Morro
    Bay, CA.

    It has both days on one chart.

    http://tides.mobilegeographics.com/locations/3916.html?y=2014&m=6&d=27

    With Michelle and Mory's permission I can show people the bay on Friday morning. We have a 17 foot Grummin canoe with our dog. We can not go into the open ocean with our canoe. We can go to the mouth of the bay next to the Rock and a little beyond.

    Bob

    April 24, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Camping anywhere on or near he Pacific Ocean is hard to find even mid week in California. It is usually reserved 6 months in advance.

    The place we usually camp is just about 6 miles east of Morro Bay on HY 1 it is:

    El Chorro Regional Park, California HY 1. It is a county park.

    We can arrive before noon on Thursday and hold a few other sites. Once there you have the site until Sunday if you wish. I believe they are at least $30 per night. It is quiet and not too far inland. There are trees, grass and bathrooms. There are some sites than can not be reserved and are first come first serve.

    Morro Bay State Beach is another camp area. It is just pavement north of Morro Rock. It is about 1/4 mile to the open ocean not the bay. It has big surf not good for kayak launches.

    Maybe we can hold sites before noon. Not sure if sites are reserved? We will need license #s and names for permits.

    Norman, we will pass on Hearst Castle and will kayak with others on Friday. We know the bay.

    Bob

    April 24, 2014

  • Norman J

    Any chance of more kayaking events during the trip?

    2 · April 23, 2014

    • David

      My thoughts exactly Norman. I am up for as much kayaking as possible.

      April 24, 2014

    • JRiv

      Curious where the group is considering camping ? So far, I get the impression people are staying overnight at various locations. Is there a group camping plan?

      April 24, 2014

  • Bob P.

    This is Bob Palevac from Thousand Oaks, CA. is Morro Bay is our favorite camping canoeing place in the winter in California. It is only 2.5 hours north of our home.
    The estuary is very shallow, you can paddle through areas very shallow to dry at low tide.
    You can easily paddle across the peninsula about 1/2 mile away with huge sand dunes and the Pacific
    ocean with heavy surf on the other side.
    The mouth of the harbor is only about 1.5 miles away and you can paddle into the Pacific ocean.
    There is a ocean otter family that lives near the mouth of the harbor. Watching the otters in the ocean and estuary is very nice.
    San Simeon close to the north. Great tours of the Hurst Castle. Tours of the castle are very nice and run by the state. There is wine tasting in the area.
    Morro Bay State Park is the best. The Morro Bay State Beach camping is not good. It is just a parking lot far north of the city and rock.
    Give me a call (805)[masked] Bob Palevac

    1 · April 21, 2014

    • michelle

      The sites of interest on the paddle will help when we develop a float plan. Thanks again.

      April 22, 2014

    • JRiv

      Michelle, Are you camping on this trip, staying Hotel? How many days? I'm trying to figure out if I can fit this trip in

      April 23, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hearst Castle is spectacular. He bought thousands of acres of land and built his castle on a hill top over looking the Pacific ocean. He had lions, zebras, and giraffes on his land. We saw a small heard of zebra near HY 1 two weeks ago.

    He bought a church in Spain and numbered every stone. They took it apart and bought it by boat to the pier off the coast and carried every piece up the hill and reassembled it on his property. It is amazing what you can build with a few hundred million dollars.

    You get an idea how wealthy the Hearst family was at that time. The wealth is incredible.

    Just north of the Hearst Castle on HY 1 is a sea lion colony on the beach with maybe over 100 smaller females and huge males over 800 lbs each. It is less than 5 miles north. There is a huge parking lot with viewing areas. It should not be missed with great sounds and pictures.

    April 23, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Hi,

    Take a jacket and hat. This is the Pacific coast. Days are easily 60s and nights can be 50s and very humid. You may think it is cold.

    We lived in San Diego about 20 to 30 years ago only 5 miles from the Pacific. Even in July and August we had to wear jackets at night and close our windows it got too cold.

    The water should be in high 50s. In the shallows near
    the peninsula it will get much warmer in the bay. Paddling the shallows of the bay (estuary) is very nice traveling over the submerged mud flats.

    You can probably paddle the entire bay in less than
    5 - 6 hours including going out to near the rock.

    Best place to launch is at the state park with cheaper rentals:

    http://www.morrobaykayakshack.com/

    There is a very nice café next to the free boat launch.

    Bob

    April 23, 2014

  • Bob P.

    Paddling in Morro Bay is very nice. There is a dredged channel marked by bouys and is close to the city. It runs south toward Los Osos. Further west are very shallow areas. At low tide there are mud flats and shallows. Paddling through the shallow areas of the bay is wonderful and always changing with the tides.
    It is great to paddle to the mouth of the bay near the “Rock”. You can easily get to the ocean through here. We usually have our canoe and don’t want the big swell and waves. The otters usually are in the bay near the opening to the ocean.
    It is wonderful to paddle across to the peninsula. It is all sand beaches and huge dunes in the middle. There are many great landing places for kayaks and canoes.
    You can paddle way south about 2 miles to the city of Los Osos at the south end of Morro Bay.

    For the Morro Bay tide table just Google “morro bay tide table 2014” and you get the tides for each day.

    Bob

    April 22, 2014

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