Montaña De Oro State Park is where a hiker can reach the top of a mountain and wade through some tide pools all in the...
moreMontaña De Oro State Park is where a hiker can reach the top of a mountain and wade through some tide pools all in the same morning. The unique topography, encompassing mountains, ocean, coastal plains and unusually carved cliffs, is a huge draw for hikers and day-trippers. The park is also equestrian-friendly, with many wonderful trails perfect for long horse rides. The hikes range from moderate to strenuous, making for exhilarating outdoor excursions. Montaña de Oro State Park also features campgrounds. less
We were visiting SLO and went to Montana de Oro State Park to watch sunset. Gorgeous views and landscape!more
Not a touristy beach, but not empty either. This is a rocky windswept beach. Not the so cal sandy warm variety.Great with families! You can get right out of the car to sit on the little crescent...more