Beachwalker Inn

501 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos, California, 93430, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 501 South Ocean Avenue, Cayucos, is near Morro Strand State Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Cayucos

    A Day at the Beach or A Newspaper Magnates Folly

    A travel blog entry by barrowtours2014 on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... the cool sea breeze caught some of us out and the aftersun will be in full use as we headed back for early showers and/ naps. A big thanks to L for organising kids games Back along the beach for another meal. This time in Brads and all very tasty - clam chowder and BBQ meats and salads - more beach games or cocktails back at the Cool Cat - no "car crashes" only a mental cocktail with fresh chilli ordered by Cliff but not to be repeated Back along ...

    Attending a wedding

    A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on Apr 05, 2014

    Jeremiah and Whitney's wedding was on Saturday, April 5th. I first met them at Rob's playoff party and again at the super bowl party. When Jeremiah discovered that I had returned to California, he insisted that I attend the wedding.
    My son, Robert, had volunteered to BBQ TriTip for the entire wedding of 120+ people. He had a couple of volunteer helpers and I joined the cooking team as ...

    Day 12 butterflies and sand

    A travel blog entry by drhammer on Feb 21, 2014

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    ... we got to where we could drive on the beach we noticed you could pay more and camp!! I said how much and the lady said $10. Rachel asked her some questions and they chatted, but she had me at $10-- I mean for real only $10 so we paid and looked for a spot. The first mile or so was driving only and then we came to a guy renting 4 wheelers and then another and then another. We then saw the massive sand dunes that stretched as far as I could see inland. Then ...

    From Diamond In The Rough To A Lump Of Coal

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on May 12, 2013

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    ... large eucalyptus, cypress and monterrey pine trees. A trail leads to Black Hill which offers a spectacular 360 degree view of the area.

    As much as we like camping here there are two drawbacks, one naturally occurring the other not. Much of the year fog enshrouds the coastline. Usually it burns off by noon, but not always. We have found that fog is less prevalent in the fall and winter, so that is when we usually visit. When the gloom overwhelms us we ...

    So Many Sand Dollars

    A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Jun 25, 2012

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    ... the bay, and found Morro Strand State Park. We pulled in and found that it was simply a parking lot with campsites on the edge of the beach, and was also $35 dollars a night. Seriously?!? I guess since the gas prices were about normal we were going to have to pay more somehow. I was not thrilled with this place, and didn’t really like any of the campsites. But it was getting late and we needed to find a place for the night before the sun went down. I finally agreed on ...