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Morro Bay RV Camping – Coastal Paradise Awaits!

Located 13 miles west of San Luis Obispo, the Morro Bay State Park is the one that features natural day habitats and a lagoon. The brackish and saltwater marshes that tend to breed the bird population are on the lagoon. Morro Rock, the most prominent landmark of the bay, has two marine protected areas located offshore from the bay.

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Morro Park offers recreational opportunities like fishing, kayaking, hiking, and bird-watching. The area surrounded by the bay has moderate weather; during summer, it is 30 degrees cooler than the inland areas.

The Morro Rock accentuates the beautiful coast of the bay, home to several pristine state parks, beaches, and wildlife estuaries. One can also enjoy many outdoor and recreational activities, such as surfing, hiking, golfing, and kayaking.

Following are some of the most renowned RV camping parks:

Morro Dunes RV Park

Located just north of Morro Rock and adjacent to the sand dunes, the Morro Dunes RV Park is where one can completely let go of themselves! If you want to be right on the beach and do all the activities of the marina, bay, and beach, you can park your car/bike and take a stroll.

The campground is the closest camp spot to Morro Rock. However, it is important to make early reservations as it is usually booked all summer.

Harborview RV Park

If you want to see the best view of Tillamook Bay which is there on the coast, you should visit Harborview RV Park, as you will enjoy more hookups. The RV campground is feasible and within walking distance of several restaurants and fish markets.

There is utmost care taken as the organizers keep the grounds groomed and landscaped the entire year long. One is able to enjoy the amenities such as picnic tables, barbecues, and a fire pit. The organizers extend their generosity and make sure that the guests feel at home.

Following are some of the amenities they provide:

  • Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Hot showers
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV

Cypress RV and Home Park

Tucked away in the heart of Florida Everglades and owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the Cypress RV is a fully functional resort that has equipped RV sites with air-conditioned cabins and full hookups. Want to enjoy the natural splendor of Florida Everglades? Come and enjoy the beautiful prairie this site has to offer!

The campground has 200 RV camping sites stretched on acres of land! We provide a full set of amenities at an extremely lucrative budget. One need not worry about splurging their hard-earned money! Our camping resort amenities include park model homes, travel trailers, motorhomes, and fifth wheels.

Rancho Colina

This RV Campground is open all year round with 60 RV spots. It has no tent camping, and the roads are also paved with crushed rock parking pads. There are some spots that have a picnic table. In the outskirts of the Morro Bay, there is a clean and quiet RV Park.

Besides that, there are marinas, beaches and the downtown bay area. This area is popular for its seafood restaurants. Approximately there are 10 campgrounds around the Morro Bay and one should make sure that they make their reservations early.

Silver City Resort

A small resort minutes away from the Mineral King Valley, offers its guests an authentic mountain experience which is perfect for adventure seekers, hikers and families. The resort is nestled in the heart of Carson Valley and has the crystal blue waters of the Lake Tahoe.

This spacious RV ground has over 200 pull-through as well as back-in sites and also has full hookups. The office is equipped with a convenience store with postal service and mail.

Morro Strand RV Park

This coastal frontage park featuring many picnic sites has a beach that connects the southern and the northern entrances to the beach. After coming to Morro Strand RV Park, one is subjected to a diverse array of animal and plant life.

This campground offers over 70 campsites for tent camping. The campground provides a fire ring and a picnic table with water spigots nearby. One need not worry about hygiene as there is an RV sanitation station.

Bay Pines Travel Trailer Park

An RV Park with amenities that you and your family will love, Bay Pines has an RV campground that offers an outstanding and picturesque view of the valley juxtaposed between the mystical mountains and spectacular hills.

Following are some of the best amenities and features one gets offered at Bay Pines:

  • Full hookups
  • Spa
  • Clean restrooms
  • Phone service
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Large heated pool

Coleman Park

Twelve miles east of Colebrook, lying on the shore of Little Diamond Pond, Coleman Park is a park that has a plethora of amenities for its visitors. This park is an excellent location for all fishing enthusiasts. The trout fishing in Little Diamond Pond attracts many visitors every year.

For all the RV campers, a dump station is on site, and the campers also have access to picnic shelters, a laundry facility, and restrooms. Some campsites are near the water’s edge while others are high above the water body.

Avid bird watchers have a sight to behold during the spring and fall migrations as many types of birds pass through these sites throughout the year.

Cerro Alto Campground

Well-known for hiking and mountain biking, the Cerro Alto Campground is located at a short distance from the beaches of Morro Bay. Visitors enjoy fishing, surfing, sailing, and kayaking at these beaches. The Cerro Alto Campground offers a pristine and serene environment.

This campground offers single-family sites for tent or for RV camping and each site is equipped with a campfire ring and grill as well as a table. Vault toilets are provided. However, no hookups are available.

Final words

With its breathtaking and serene views, sandy beaches, and an abundance of outdoor activities, Morro Bay is the perfect place for an RV vacation. The best part about Morro Bay is that every visitor finds a spot that ultimately meets his needs!

Doesn’t matter if you are looking for a quiet retreat or looking forward to an exciting adventure; it has something to offer everyone!

Written by Emma Parker

Hi, I'm Emma Parker, a passionate outdoors enthusiast and blogger. I love nothing more than exploring the great outdoors and sharing my experiences with others.

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