What better way to spend the weekend then camping and kayaking along the Central Coast of California. After a night of camping and a kayak lesson we will head into the waters of beautiful Morro Bay where an abundance of sea life awaits. Highlights include, fresh air, calm waters, and wildlife viewing. Our tour will also include a visit to the sand dunes of Morro Strand and Pismo Beach.
Student and SRWC Member: $100
Faculty, Staff and Alumni Association: $130
Sponsored Guest: $200
Pre-Trip Meeting / Sign-Up Deadline
May 15, 2019 @ 6pm
3 - Adventurous
Trip Departs From
CSUSB Student Recreation and Wellness Center
Day 1: Let’s get ready for an adventure in Morro Bay! We will meet at the SRWC at 12:00 pm, gather any last minute gear, strap down the van with equipment, pack the kayaks and depart to Morro Bay State Park! We will have dinner (not provided) along the way in Santa Barbara. We will arrive at Morro Bay State Park shortly after dinner, set up camp and call it a night.
Day 2: On day 2 we will rise and shine at 7:00 am, to begin kayaking by 8:00 am. Don’t worry about knowing how to kayak, we’ve got your first timers, before getting in the water we will provide basic instruction on kayaking, so you can enjoy the beach elegantly traveling in the waves! After enjoying a few hours in the water we will have lunch, get cleaned up and visit the Museum of Natural History and take a scenic hike. Ending our day around a campfire with S’mores getting nice and toasty before heading off to bed.
Day 3: The adventure will be coming to an end on day 3, having breakfast by 8:00 am, packing up the van and preparing for our last water escape. We will take our last trip to the water, kayak for a few hours, taking in the scenery. After a few hours in the water, we will pack up the van, have lunch, change our outfits and take our last stroll in Pismo Beach. Stop for cinnamon rolls and be on the road by 2 pm.
5 meals are included, starting with breakfast on day 1 (2 breakfast, 2 lunch, and 1 dinner)
2 meals are not included (2 dinners). Bring money.
Hygiene and Comfort
We will be staying in reserved campsites. The campsites are within close proximity to drinking water, flush toilets and there are showers for a fee. You will have the option to share a tent with one or two people or sleep out under the cover of the stars. Light weight tents, warm synthetic sleeping bags, foam pads and ground tarps will be provided to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep. The ground consists of soft and hard soil.
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