Los Osos CA - Baywood Park boasts a population of about 15,458 according to 2006 estimates. more statistics
Some parts of Los Osos CA tend to get visited by deer more than others. It is not unusual to have some munching on the front yard grass of Los Osos properties in several residential areas. Other places have have a nice view of Morro Bay or Morro Rock. Can you imagine seeing these when you look outside?
This small town is the gateway to Montana De Oro, a state park and a hiker's paradise. It has nearly 8,000 acres of rugged cliffs, secluded sandy beaches, coastal plains, streams, canyons, and hills. There are also trails for mountain biking and horse riding. This is one of my favorite get-away spots, for I enjoy searching for ocean wildlife such as starfish, crabs, and sea anemones in the tide pools and watching the waves crash along the cliffs and rocks. Just go down Los Osos Valley Road, past where it turns into Pecho Valley Road. Follow it down. You can't miss it.
There is also Sweet Springs Nature Preserve on the north side of Ramona Avenue. Here you find cypress and eucalyptus trees, freshwater ponds and a salt marsh. This little 24 acre preserve is home to several endangered species. And in late October through March, as many as 8,000 Monarch butterflies are known to cluster there.
If you are interested in purchasing Los Osos real estate, or if you want her help in finding special view properties, homes, building lots, acreage, or if you just want more information on the area contact Christine McDonald! She is always happy to help and knows a lot about this area.