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Morro Bay Camp & Dive-July 19-22, 2019

Join Channel Islands Dive Adventures for our Morro Bay camp and dive weekend

Morro Bay offers lots of choices for the diver and non-diver or you can do as little as possible. Whatever you choose to do we will be there Friday to Monday, July 19-22, 2019.

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Trip Highlights

Morro Bay and the surrounding towns have more to do then time will permit. With Montana De Ore, San Luis Obispo, Cayucos, Cambria, Hearst Castle and the elephant seals at Piedra Blanca’s you will not run out of things to do.morro-bay

What is the plan?

That all depends on the weather and who shows up. Saturday we plan to go to Montana De Ore and spend most of the day there. There is some diving, snorkeling and lots of hiking, cool bluffs and small coves to do some beach combing in. Afterwards on Saturday evening we will have a group potluck. The main town of Morro Bay is 5 minutes from the campground with lots of cool shops and restaurants. A little further to the north is Cayucos, Cambria, Hearst Castle and the elephant seals at Piedra Blanca’s.

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Ken has dived the local area for years. You can read more about diving the Central Coast HERE.

Camping and Lodging

If you are not a camper you will find many choices in the area for lodging at hotels, motels or Airbnb. For us campers Morro Bay State Park is where we plan to be. We will not have a group camp area and each person must make their own reservations. Campsites at Morro Bay cost $45.00 per night and you are allowed 2 vehicles and up to 8 people per site. The campground is nice with lots of trees, bathrooms, token operated showers and a dump station. See this for Reserve California camping info.

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You can make your reservation 6 months in advance of the day you plan to travel and the sooner the better so trying in early January would be the best.

 

If you have any questions, please contact

Ken at info@channelislandsdiveadventures.com or call (805) 469-7288