Activities in Los Osos & Baywood

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The Oso de Oro Loop takes you on a diverse tour of Los Osos and Baywood Park.  More Details

Trails lead among Monterey Cypress and eucalyptus to two freshwater ponds, and around a salt marsh to the edge of Morro Bay.

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A campfire, a marmot and a flask of whiskey...These are the humble beginnings of Baker & Brain Wines. More Details
At the north end of Pecho Road in Los Osos, you'll find access to the Morro Bay Estuary.  More Details
Bay Beauty Spa is the only day spa on Morro Bay's waterfront.  More Details
The current pier in Baywood Park is the fourth pier to have been built in the small community. More Details
Although it takes up just one block, the Baywood/Los Osos Market is small but mighty.
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Overlooking the entire Embarcadero in Morro Bay, we are passionate about enjoying wine in a warm and friendly atmosphere.  More Details
The Central Coast boasts some of the best beaches in the U.S., and certainly on the West Coast. Visitors can find a spectrum of options, with ideal beaches for sunbathing, beachcombing, wildlife viewing, surfing, tidepooling, doggie fun or even dune-driving. More Details
Grab your binoculars and start your bird watching adventure in Wine Coast Country! San Luis Obispo County has an array of bird species to follow, from Pelicans and Long-Billed Curlews to Finches and Sparrows.
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From the mountain's 640-foot summit, you can view the Morro Bay Estuary, the sand spit, and the hills of nearby Montaña de Oro. More Details
A 3.4 mile roundtrip hike that takes you along the coastal bluffs, passing tide pools, beaches and a scenic rocky coastline More Details
Butte Drive is Los Osos offers scenic views of the Cuesta Inlet from the south end More Details
Rod Baker describes himself as a "self taught" independent glass artist, beginning with stained glass over 30 years ago. More Details
From the serene protected waters of Morro Bay to the rocky cliffs along Shell Beach, kayaking is a sport that can be enjoyed by all.  More Details
The Central Coast Polo Club was started in 2002 to give the people of the Central Coast the opportunity to experience the "Game of Kings, and the King of Games." More Details
Chablis is a unique, 50-foot, two-story riverboat that graces the gentle waters of Morro Bay Harbor.  More Details
Over 75 cities and 200 million people worldwide have participated in CowParade, one of the most successful art endeavors ever. More Details