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You will walk on a well-kept trail, bordered with stakes and cables to keep people off the delicate vegetation. Pygmy oaks and many species of seaside flora.
Great views of the estuary and the hills, with Morro Rock visible several miles to the north.
A walk through pigmy oaks is a different experience especially if the beautiful wooden path is above someoftheoaks. This maze of sturdy boardwalk takes you to an overlook of the back bay estuary and “on a clear day you can seek for mikes! Take in...More
El Moro Elfin Forest Preserve is a little tricky to find, but when you do, you will not be disappointed! The preserve is about 90 acres in size and is located above the Morro Bay Estuary Delta. There is approximately 1 mile of wooden walkway...More
This is a very well executed preserve with pamphlets, informative stops, and a well maintained boardwalk. In addition to the boardwalk there are several other sand paths that you can explore and get a closer experience to the Elfin Oaks. You can enter or exit...More
I didn't realize this trail existed and I wasn't sure exactly what to expect when my husband and I set out to find it. We were pleasantly surprised. The trail is actually a wooden path, so no special footwear is required. We stayed for about...More
Great place to walk and chill, see the sights and hope something pops up like baby quail! Several places to park to get onto the boardwalk. I was there on Monday afternoon and no one was present so great views and peaceful walk, it was...More
Short walk, but was disappointed, not thinking we would see anything special. Area is a loop trail. Not much to see along way, maybe some birds and lots of brush. When we reached the Elfin trees at mid point of trail, it was nice. Not...More
What a treat to find this easy and interesting meander through elfin oaks which are heralded to be up to 500 years old. We saw people of all ages including babies here because it is easy to walk on the board walk with little elevation...More
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I found a website with a contact method for you to double check directly with them, but trip advisor won't let me put a url in my reply. So... from what I am reading on the internet posted by others it looks like Yes, the... More
I found a website with a contact method for you to double check directly with them, but trip advisor won't let me put a url in my reply. So... from what I am reading on the internet posted by others it looks like Yes, the Los Osos Elfin Forest is dog friendly if on a leash. Look for the website with elfin dash forest and org in the name.