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“Morro” is the Spanish name for crown. Named “El Morro” by Portuguese Explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo in 1542.
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The Portola expedition noted this monolith during its explorations of California in the 1580s. It's both a historical landmark and an ecological preserve. The endangered peregrine falcon nests here. Just north of the Rock at Morro Strand State Beach is a popular surfing spot.
Morro Rock is a volcanic plug in Morro Bay, California, on the Pacific Coast at the entrance to Morro Bay harbor. A causeway connects it with the shore, making it a tied island. The rock is protected as the Morro Rock State Preserve.
Local landmark, you can park by the rock, walk on the boardwalk and beaches, fly a kite, watch the boats come in and our of the harbor, surf, our kids love running jumping on the sand dunes ...
Where can you see a 23 million year old volcanic plug, experience a peregrine falcon sanctuary, & enjoy a sandy beach w/ Pacific Ocean swimming? Head to Morro Rock in Morro Bay. Afterward, stroll down the quaint downtown shops, grab some taffy or beef jerky, enjoy fresh seafood restaurants, and soak…
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“We take our grandchildren there. It is a very fun and a very educational place and the kids enjoy it. Check it out on line for more details. ”
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“Great venue to see local bands and national acts alike. Great food, great beer selection, and friendly bartenders. Get there before 7 if you don't want to pay a cover on the weekends. ”
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“This is such a great old-fashioned family owned theatre. It feels very old-school with no commercials before films and a friendly staff to greet you at the door. Recently remodeled with great sound system.”
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“My favorite coffee place in Morro Bay. They also offer food, delicious treats (fresh-baked cookies, yum), and have a lovely patio.”
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