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Morro Bay
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    terflies that spend winter months clustering on the trees. Monarchs also spend time in the trees at the campground in the State Park and anyone can walk through there to see them.
While you are at the State Park you can walk the boardwalk out around the edge of the estuary. Many birds spend time feeding
on the edge of the pickleweed and often at high tides clustered on any available piece of vegetation. Bring your binoculars to get a really good view and if you are into photogra- phy this is a good place for it.
Morro Strand Beach is a good place for visiting tide pools during low tides. You can bicycle there
and then pick your way carefully across the rocks to peer down to see tiny crabs and anemones and other tidepool life.
A final adventure in Morro Bay could be a hike up Black Hill. This is accessed above the golf course and is a strenuous hike. There is a road up to a parking area and from there, one can make the final hike to the top. Once there you will get a 360-degree view of Morro Bay. Come down and stop in at the Bayside Cafe for some great food relaxing at the outdoor tables or inside all with views of the bay.
Whatever you choose, try an adventure day or two in Morro Bay!
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