Kayak Morro Bay from the best location on the waterfront. Lots of free parking right outside our door and a location that makes paddling to all the interesting sites easy and fun. We have a large rental fleet featuring Old Town and Necky Sit-In Kayaks and Canoe. We prefer Sit-In kayaks because you can stay dry and warm while enjoying a stable nice tracking paddling experience. Fun and inexpensive. Bring the whole family.
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Open 9-5. Closed on Wednesdays until the end of March. 805-772-6444
Note: No reservations taken. All rentals walk in first come first serve. We have a very large rental fleet so it`s very seldom we run short.
On the waterfront, just south of the Aquarium, at 551 Embarcadero, Morro Bay.
Now offering Stand Up Paddleboard rental featuring Ocean Nalu Paddleboards.
First timers to seasoned paddlers, we get you outfitted and exploring the 15 miles of protected waters in the beautiful Morro Bay Estuary/Bird Sanctuary. The Central Coast and San Luis Obispo county`s most beautiful location. Morro Bay is composed of 2300 acres of mud flats, eelgrass beds, tidal wetlands and open water. Two dozen threatened or endanger species live in the area including the Peregrine Falcon, Brandt Goose, Brown Pelican, Sea Otter and Snowy Plovers. Morro Bay is a major West Coast wintering area for over 100 species of birds providing year around bird watching opportunities. Its waters are home to California Sea Lions and Harbor Seals, which use the mud flats as a hauling out area. Many type of marine invertabrates and fish are also abundant in the bay. The sand spit, which forms Morro Bay, is an excellent place to walk among the dunes, beachcomb, picnic or simply enjoy the solitude of over five miles of quiet beach. Easy flat-water access from our dock coupled with the abundance of nature make Morro Bay THE ideal kayaking destination.
Blue Heron on sailboat Photo: Robert F. Davis
Kayaking Morro Bay. Fun for the whole family
Photo: Linda Ashworth
Photo: Tom Dawson