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Trails lead among Monterey Cypress and eucalyptus to two freshwater ponds, and around a salt marsh to the edge of Morro Bay.

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On those rare days when it's gray and gloomy anywhere else, count on the clouds to part and the sun to shine down on glorious Avila Beach More Details
"Every piece of litter you remove reveals something beautiful..." More Details
A trekker’s paradise, Avila Beach boasts a wide variety of hikes and trails, from challenging to casual. More Details
Did you know that the Cayucos Land Conservancy sponsors a Citizen/Scientist Project on iNaturalist to catalog all plant and animal life found at Estero Bluffs State Park? More Details
Visitors can find a spectrum of options, with ideal beaches for sunbathing, beachcombing, wildlife viewing, surfing, tidepooling, doggie fun or even dune-driving. More Details
With its mild, sunny weather, rugged beauty and beachside location, Los Osos-Baywood has all the right conditions for a day at the park. More Details
The Cambria Discovery Route highlights 24 points of interest along the northern coast of San Luis Obispo County.  More Details
When you spend a valuable hour or two collecting marine debris and litter with friends, family, or on your own, you help protect wildlife and make a difference with your visit. More Details
Cayucos is a throw back to the original, laid-back California beach town with its relaxed vibe and Western influences. Time still moves a little slower in Cayucos. More Details
Sunshine, shoreline, surf and even starfish — these are just a few treasures to be found in Cayucos State Beaches and State Parks. More Details
The mission of the Central Coast Aquarium is to cultivate a community dedicated to ocean stewardship.  More Details
Located on beautiful San Simeon Bay, the Coastal Discovery Center celebrates the connection between land and seas. More Details
The historic Dana Adobe in Nipomo transports visitors back to the time of vaqueros, ranchos and Mexican land grants. More Details
Explore the beautiful scenery and all that Edna Valley and Arroyo Grande Valley have to offer More Details
The Elfin Forest supports more than 200 species of plants, as well as 110 kinds of birds, 22 species of mammals, and 13 species of reptiles and amphibians. More Details
Find Elephant Seals on the beach, just off Highway 1. The rookery is easily accessible, free, and open to the public, year-round. More Details
The majestic Estero Bluffs State Park allows visitors to explore the landscape and beaches on the northern end of Cayucos. More Details