Posted 16 May 2010   California, San Luis Obispo, Spots, USA

This quiet beach is most often found completely solitary from all people. It gets quite rowdy at around high tide and puts out some really good wraps and liners if your patient.

The spot is directly across form Morro Rock on the opposing side of the bay. If you’re familiar with the area you know what I’m talking about. Paddle or swim the 100- yard channel to the spit. On the North Side of the jetty it is calm and small. Take a small walk over the rock jetty and you’ll never forget it. It is also good for surfing but they have had problems with great whites and sick rip tides where you will never be found so be careful.

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  1. You can also take Los Osos Valley Road all the way from SLO going north on the 101. Once you go pass SLO and then Los Osos, you will be entering Montana de Oro State Park. You will see a sign on the right that says Sandspit. Park on the lot and walk down the beach. There are good breaks on both sides of the beach, especially during the winter and go during high tide. Bring a wetsuit, some water, and a buddy.

    Posted by Jorge on 10 August 10 at 6:21pm [Reply]
  2. What time is best?

    Posted by Mike Pollack on 23 October 11 at 11:47pm [Reply]

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