United States California
A charming coastal town in Central California, known for its iconic volcanic plug hill, harbor, and marine life including sea otters and seals.
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Nestled along the stunning central coast of California, Morro Bay is a picturesque stop on a Pacific Coast Highway road trip, offering travelers the chance to admire the dramatic Morro Rock, a volcanic plug standing mightily at the harbor's entrance. Visitors can marvel at the rich marine life, take a stroll along the charming waterfront, or explore the vibrant estuary while enjoying fresh seafood caught by the local fishing fleet. With its breathtaking coastal views and serene natural beauty, Morro Bay provides a tranquil retreat and a chance to witness the diversity of the Pacific coastline.
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Morro Bay Guides
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) Looking to explore the Central and Southern California coastline? This road trip along Highway 1 (aka Pacific Coast Highway, PCH) covers my favorite spots to soak up the sun and relish in some of California's most quintessential views. Convertible required.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) Ready to hit the road and feast your eyes on some of the most stunning coastal views America has to offer? Buckle up, because the Pacific Coast Highway, also known as Highway 1, is a road tripper's dream—a ribbon of tarmac stretching along the edge of the western United States, flaunting ocean vistas, charming towns, and awe-inspiring landscapes that you'll be reminiscing about for years to come. As you wind your way from the misty shores of the north to the sun-kissed beaches in the south, there are some stops that simply can't be missed. So let's talk about the Pacific Coast Highway road trip and all the scenic pit stops that make this journey an adventure of a lifetime.
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) This summer we are hitting the open road in an RV and exploring California’s National Parks and the coast.