We arrived late on Labor Day and spent two nights at environmental camp 4. While we've been to Morro Bay previously and have poked around this coastline a bit, we somehow have missed Montana de Oro up until this trip. We will be back! Great hiking, beach walking, fishing (fly fishing), camping, human and natural history...all against the backdrop of what must be one of California's most impressive stretches of coastline. I hate to say this, as I'm sure popularizing it will mean more difficulty in securing reservations, but environmental site 4 is hands down the best place to stay. Stunning views from atop the bluff with nobody else around (only one site with pit toilet and picnic table). Wow! Yes, this campsite does require a short walk (about 1/2 mile and a bit of a climb), but the access is along a fire road, and the effort is well worth the rewards.
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