Montaña de Oro State Park
Overview- A great network of hiking and biking trails make this state park a perfect destination for expert and beginner hikers and bikers alike. Spooner's Cove beach is a great place to relax and explore the tide pools- starfish, sea urchin, crabs, anemone an underwater wonderland. Sand Spit is the…
MdO has many hiking trails ranging from flat easy strolls, to challenging uphill hikes with steep grades. There are a few beaches to spend the day on, and many mountain biking trails.
Beautiful beach and place to picnic. It has an early 1900’s house/museum you can tour for free. Gives you a on-site to what life was like back in the day living beach front at this gorgeous beach. It’s a nice drive if you go the back way. Take 101 freeway north about 10 miles to Los Oso’s Valley Rd…
This is a beautiful place to visit unfortunately it is not dog friendly because it’s a State Park.
“You have to visit this place at least once in your life! (They were closed in October 2020 due to Corona Virus, so please call ahead)”
“Walk around Mission Square and all around downtown San Luis Obispo for tons of shopping, theaters, food, and fun.”
“A 1,546-feet-tall volcanic summit that formed more than 20 million years ago offering a great workout, not to mention stellar panoramic views. The out-and-back trek is approximately 3.5 miles round-trip and varies between grassy slopes and mixed forest before opening to reveal the other neighboring 'Nine Sisters' peaks, and SLO laid out before you. Dogs are allowed on the trail. Rock climbing & bouldering aplenty.”
“its a great place to take a drive get some beach air and enjoy nature at its best!Has a boardwalk, information boards, and free parking.”