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Sweet Springs Nature Preserve

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Nice quiet walk

I decided to stop by here and check it out, it was a pleasant walk near the water. I only saw three... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Los Osos, California
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Quiet beautiful path in wetlands area

This is a small and quite place to take a walk. We spent 1 hour walking and viewing. We did not... read more

Reviewed June 5, 2018
Sally J
Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I decided to stop by here and check it out, it was a pleasant walk near the water. I only saw three other people while I was there. Nice views of Baywood-Los Osos and across to Morro Bay. I saw a few birds, one lizard,...More

Thank Hillrm
Reviewed June 5, 2018

This is a small and quite place to take a walk. We spent 1 hour walking and viewing. We did not see many birds (just ducks). But it is a sweet place for a short walk. Not the highlight of our trip, but certainly this...More

Thank Sally J
Reviewed May 9, 2018

My family and I have been visiting the Morro Bay for over a decade and we only recently visited here. We had a beautiful walk here along the boardwalks and dirt paths. There is a beautiful wooden viewing platform along the end of one of...More

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Reviewed March 16, 2018

Went here last weekend while staying in Morro Bay. Was hoping to see birds but, hardly saw any. Still a nice walk and appreciate the wooden pathways in certain sections and the info signs that described the types of birds seen in the area.

Thank peterlc63
Reviewed January 22, 2018 via mobile

Since I have lived here all my life I have been coming to this preserve along time. It is a special place to see the views and wildlife. It has been improved in the trails and bridges. It’s not a large area but is enjoyable....More

Thank We4palls
Reviewed January 22, 2018

Lots of birds, and since they have recently outlawed dogs it is more friendly for the wildlife. It's a small park so it won't take too much time.

Thank Martinezman1025
Reviewed January 18, 2018 via mobile

What a lovely discovery! This small reserve (about 30 acres) is an island of peace and quiet and the home to more types of birds than I could count. I was there for a little over an hour and saw at least two dozen different...More

Thank Jon R
Reviewed December 24, 2017

This is an Audubon site so the area is protected including no dogs allowed. Bring binoculars for spotting birds in the trees as well as watching the shore birds. January is a good time to spot migratory birds!

Thank AnnLosOsos
Reviewed December 11, 2017

The sweet spring nature preserve has on expanded with many new beautiful breath taking trails the ambiance so rebuilding of being of life step back and slow down.

Thank rickalbropainting
Reviewed December 8, 2017

I have been visiting this little preserve for 30 years. They built a new trail that is handicapped accessible and leads to a nice wood observation area. The new trail does connect to the old trail around the pond and the area facing the estuary....More

Thank Wanda L
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