We spent two nights camping at Montana de Oro State Park and loved it. It's in the town of Los Osos which is off the beaten track for most traveling up highway 1. It's very close to Morro Bay and Cayucas and that's where most people stop for a visit but I recommend veering off highway 1 by about 10 miles to go to Montana de Oro State Park. It has a beautiful, uncrowded and unspoiled beach, lots of hiking trails, and a small museum that was the main house on the property in the late 1800s. It has expansive views of the ocean, and Morro Bay, and is an out of the way treasure of a park. For anyone who wants to go off the beaten track, it's well worth it!
There are campsites for RVs and tents if you want to spend the night - you can reserve online for a fee.
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