California Coastal Trail

The 1200 mile California Coastal Trail extends the length of California (passing through 15 counties in the state). In San Luis Obispo County, the trail extends north through the Guadalupe-Nipomo dunes, the Oceano Dunes, Grover Beach, Pismo Beach, Avila Beach, Montana de Oro State Park, the community of Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos, Cambria, San Simeon and north into Monterey County.

Examples of the Coastal Trail in San Luis Obispo region include the Pismo Beach Promenade in Pismo Beach, the Pismo to Grover beach boardwalk and the Harborwalk in Morro Bay. Other segments in design or ready for construction include segments between Port San Luis Harbor and Avila Beach and a segment connecting Avila Beach to Pismo Beach and the Morro-Bay to Cayucos Connector which has completed environmental review.

Finally, SLOCOG, with partners, is implementing a Coastal Trail Plan for the corridor from the Estero Bluffs north of Cayucos to the County line, in collaboration with the California Coastal Conservancy and California Department of Parks and Recreation. More information can be found here.

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