Cayucos is a charming little beach town rich in history and popular for its great beaches.
It is known for its fishing pier, beautiful beach and historical buildings. Many of the buildings left over from the prospering old town still stand as a variety of shops such as restaurants, antique stores, and speciality items. The sandy beach offers mild weather, watersports such as surfing and swimming, and tidepooling. Lifeguards are on duty during peak summer months. Junior lifeguard training is available through the County Parks of San Luis Obispo.
There are picnic tables, play equipment, restrooms, and outside showers available. The pier is lit for night fishing and a fishing license is not required while fishing on the pier.
Seasons/Climate - Recommended Clothing
The weather can be changeable; layered clothing is recommended.
Cayucos Veteran's Hall is located at the Cayucos Pier and is managed by the Cayucos Lion's Club. If you have questions about renting the facility you may contact them at (805) 995-2401.
Location - Directions
The beach is in Cayucos, five miles north of Morro Bay, at the foot of Cayucos Drive.
- Hours of Operation:
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- Park Office Telephone:
San Luis Obispo
- Purchase Annual Passes
Contact San Luis Obispo County for Information:
(805) 781-5930 (option 4) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please be advised, Cayucos SB is one of the few California State Parks that does not accept the Annual Day Use Pass.