Coyote Outdoor Recreational Sports is hosting a weekend trip to Morro Bay May 31 through June 1.
With the Spring quarter winding down to a close, warm weather and sunny beaches are arguably on the minds of the students, staff, faculty and members of the San Bernardino community.
This trip gives anyone ages 18 and older the opportunity to escape the bipolar weather known to plague the Inland Empire.
According to the CSUSB Recreational Sports information page, this weekend trip offers a plethora of different activities for those who wish to attend.
Furthermore, these activities include kayaking, paddle boarding, camping, and even hanging out at hot springs.
Attendees will be residing in a seaside village located at the Morro Bay campgrounds.
This bay area features the infamous Morro Rock, a lagoon, a natural bay habitat, beautiful sunsets and a cool sea breeze anyone can enjoy.
With such a variety of different activities, Recreational Sports has come up with an itinerary for the weekend trip.
On day one of the trip, all attending will meet at the Student Recreation and Fitness center at 2 p.m. where all belongings will be packed up onto the vans.
Chaperones will make sure all of the necessary gear and attire for the trip is present.
Participants will then begin their 300 mile trip to their location at Morro Bay Campground.
The drive will only take about four hours. Along the way, there will be a dinner stop in the city of Santa Barbara.
Once everyone has arrived at the campground, the van will be unpacked and attendees will hunker down for the night.
Day two begins with everyone waking up at 7am for breakfast, as well as gear and lunch preparations needed before and after afternoon activities.
Participants then will head out on the water for some opening day kayaking until noon.
With the arrival of noon comes a lunch break followed by a drive to Pismo Beach.
Here, attendees have the opportunity to enjoy the beach while hanging ten in the surf featured at Pismo.
After an eventful day, participants will eat dinner, take a trip to the Avila Hot Springs, and then head back to camp for the end of day two.
On the morning of day three, everyone will wake up at 8am, eat some breakfast, pack up their belongings from the camp sight, ready up a lunch, and head over to the beach for a day of paddle boarding.
The activity will end around 1pm followed by lunch and then the trip back home.
Like day one, there will be a stop for some dinner. Those attending should arrive back to the university around 8pm.
In order to participate in this as well as all other Recreational Sport trips, one must register at the front desk of the Recreational Fitness Center. The registration deadline is May 29 at 6pm.
Prices include $100 for students and SRFC members, $130 for faculty staff and alumni, $145 for affiliates, and $200 for a member of the community.
This does not cover dinner expenses to and from the campground so be sure to bring some money for the stops along the way.
For more information, call 537-CAMP or visit the CSUSB Recreational Sports website.