ATTRACTIONS

INSIDE AND AROUND THE INN
Just across the street is the Baywood Pier, a good spot to view the bay. Try a cappuccino from Back Bay Cafe while you watch a stunning sunset. The back bay is home to the Baywood Navy.  Don't miss "Beer on the Pier" every Monday at 5 to 7PM after the local farmers market .
CANOEING AND KAYAKING
Canoeing, kayaking and small boat sailing are quite popular. At high tide there is small boat access from the Baywood Pier to Morro Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Check out this beach horseback riding and kayaking video.
WALKING THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Sweet Springs Nature Preserve is a short walk from the Inn and is a great place for a picnic. You can take the Baywood Beach Walk which wraps around the peninsula. At high tide you might get your feet wet, but the views will be worth it.
BAYWOOD STREET FESTIVALS
Junefest takes place at the Back Bay Gardens across from the Inn. It’s a carnival with a Kayak race and a 4-mile run. It’s close, so relax and enjoy. Baywood also host an Octoberfest with  a Halloween parade, a 4-mile run and lots of great food and beer.
NEIGHBORHOOD DINING
La Palapa restaurant is just next door to the Inn. This family owned establishment offers both Mexican cuisine and fresh seafood. Fine dining is just across the street at the new Blue Heron.  Next to the Heron is Noi and Doi's Seafood Takeout, the Back Bay Cafe, and further up 2nd Street is the ever popular Noi's Thai.  Finally, just behind the Inn on 3rd Street is Nardonnes Pizza.
DIVE BAR DEFINITION & ALE
ONLY Los Osos-Baywood has the epitome "dive bar" known as The Merrimaker.  This bar defines it, as per Wikipedia. For finer ales, it's probably best to visit Baywood Ale House on 3rd Street, a short walk from the Inn.
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