Only 30 minutes from Cayucos, Hearst Castle is a delight for all ages. This site includes details, fees, hours and history
Montana de Oro State Park
The Santa Lucia chapter of the Sierra Club provides information on this senic park. Located just south of Morro Bay, the area offers guided nature walks and camping. "With sand dunes climbing hundreds of fee above miles-long beaches and eucaluptus-lined hiking trails, the Montaña de Oro park is a must" -Jaimal Yogis, Sunset Magazine 2009www.parks.ca.gov
Cayucos Community Art Gallery A non-profit corporation, located at the entrance of the famous Cayucos Pier. The Gallery features a variety of art forms reflecting the diversity of artistic talent in the community, drawings, paintings, photographs, ceramics, sculptures, notepaper, and cards.
Museum of Natural History, Morro Bay State Park
Explore interactive exhibits that reveal the dynamic natural forces at work on the Central Coast. (805) 772-2694. State Park Road, Morro Bay, CA 93442
Bicycling the Cayucos area
The San Luis Obispo Regional Rideshare offers Bike Route Maps of the area and a listing of local shops for bike rentals. Also find bus schedules and other local news.
Located north of Cayucos and west of Highway One. The property is approximately 355 acres consisting of grassland-dominated coastal terrace that slopes from Highway One to the Pacific Ocean. From Cayucos Pier to Villa Creek is 9 miles round trip.
Montaña de Oro
This park features over 8,000 acres of rugged cliffs, secluded sandy beaches, coastal plains, streams, canyons, and hills, including 1,347-foot Valencia Peak.
Limekiln State Park
The park features breathtaking views of the Big Sur Coast, the beauty of the redwoods, the rugged coast and the cultural history of limekilns. The park has 33 campsites.
Montaña de Oro
Located just inland from Spooner Cove, the park’s 40 primitive campsites beside Islay Creek have tables and woodstoves.
National Park Service This is the spot to find about about entry fees, campsite reservations and information for every National Park
San Simeon State Beach 204 camping units with RV spaces and dumping station. Call (805) 927-4509 for info. Campground Reservations can be made from March 15 to September 30 by calling 1-800-444-PARK (7275).
Fluid Earth Fins
A SLO based company manufacturing Eco Friendly Surf Board Fins. Produced from non toxic and biodegradable 50% corn-based bioplastic and 50% performance modifiers. Available at Shell Beach Surf Shop and San Luis Surf Company.