Morro BayFind family fun at the Museum, campgrounds, beaches and trails. In Morro Bay you'll find calm waters for paddleboarding, kayaking and bird watching, protected areas for viewing wildlife, trails to explore with the kids or to take a long hike. Explore the Museum of Natural History and the nearby Heron Rookery overlooking the State and National Estuary. Read more
Montaña de OroThis wilderness near town offers tidepoling, camping, surfing, horseback riding, mountain biking, and much more... Montaña de Oro has it all, and just a few minutes away from the town of Los Osos. Read more
Monarch Grove, Pismo State BeachTens of thousands of Monarch Butterflies stop by Monarch Grove every year. Visit this amazing place, or wander the nearby lagoon and camp at the Pacific. Read more
Estero BluffsEstero Bluffs State Park preserves and protects a rich, diverse and scenic area of the Pacific Ocean coast where you can watch a world of wildlife. With inter-tidal areas, wetlands, low bluffs and coastal terraces it's a great place to explore. This area provides a natural habitat for a number of endangered species including the snowy plover. Read more
Harmony HeadlandsCoastal hiking along the two-mile trail to the ocean provides breathtaking views. The area supports rare, endangered and sensitive species of all kinds making it a great site for wildlife watching. Read more
working in connection with state parks the community and others to provide quality interpretive programs within local State Parks and preserve the natural beauty within them.
By joining CCSPA you actively help conserve your local State Parks and fund education about their value to mind, body & spirit. And there's a lot of great member benefits, like Martini de Oro pictured above!
There's several ways to keep up to date on all the special events, programs, and other goings on:
Check our Special Events page frequently by clicking here and follow us on Facebook for regular notices of upcoming walks, great photos and much more.
Your donations fund park visits for 7,000 school children each year, trees for Monarch butterflies, and exhibits at the Museum of Natural History at Morro Bay State Park and Spooner Ranch House at Montaña de Oro State Park. Click here to support these efforts!