Articles Tagged With ‘California State Parks’




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Bakersfield woman rescued from Morro Rock

Morro Bay firefighters rescued a 42-year-old Bakersfield woman from Morro Rock on Sunday. After receiving a call about the climber around 12:30 p.m., firefighters found her approximately 150 feet up the rock. The woman, whom... (Continue reading)

Popular Pismo Beach campground closed for most of winter

As with Morro Bay State Park, Pismo State Beach’s North Beach Campground is losing thousands of dollars in revenue as a result of the flurry of storms this winter. [KSBY] The North Beach Campground has... (Continue reading)

Storm deals Morro Bay State Park financial blow

In the aftermath of recent storms, Morro Bay State Park has remained closed to visitors for more than a week. As a result, 295 campsite reservations have been canceled, and the park has has lost... (Continue reading)

Whale washes up, dies near Pismo Beach

A gray whale calf died Tuesday, hours after washing ashore on Pismo State Beach near the Monarch Butterfly Grove. Passersby noticed the whale around 7 a.m. Officials from state and federal agencies then came out... (Continue reading)

DUI suspect drives into the ocean

Ford Explorer attempted to drive through the creek on Oceano Dunes. Rangers trying to tow it out. @KSBY pic.twitter.com/K45kiXJWdM — Megan Abundis (@meganrabundis) January 9, 2017 A man drove a Ford Explorer into the ocean... (Continue reading)

Chimney Fire grows slightly, map

The Chimney Fire has burned nearly 46,000 acres and is 61 percent contained, according to Cal Fire. A total of 49 homes and 21 outbuildings have been destroyed by the fire. Only 865 structures are... (Continue reading)

California Senate votes to ban smoking at the beach

California state senators voted Tuesday to ban smoking at beaches and parks. The bill would also prohibit disposing of tobacco waste at state parks and state beaches. [LA Times] Supporters of SB 1333 say the... (Continue reading)

More Grover Beach homeless to get the boot

The Grover Beach Police Department is planning on evicting residents of a homeless encampment next week. Most of the people living at the camp have rebuffed attempts by city employees and social services workers to... (Continue reading)

Bayside Cafe spot in Morro Bay up for grabs

The state of California may soon give the boot to the operators of a longtime restaurant situated in Morro Bay State Park. Bayside Cafe has been operating under a contract that expired in 1993, according to... (Continue reading)

Oceano Dunes dust suit can go to trial

A group of Nipomo Mesa residents upset over air pollution have brought forward a lawsuit against the state and county that is worthy of trial, a local judge has ruled. The Mesa Community Alliance is... (Continue reading)



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