5 Must See Winter Attractions on the Central Coast

1. Winter WonderSLO Winter WonderSLO opens December 18th. Skate till you drop! Since 2011, Winter WonderSLO Ice Skating has been the Central Coast’s Holiday tradition. Complete with holiday decorations and bright, twinkling lights, you can rest assured that you’ll be skating in San Luis Obispo’s magical version of a winter wonderland. Want to go? The rink is open from December 18th through January 3rd, including Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Years.  Golden Tickets, which are more expensive but can be used for 17 individual sessions, are available from October 1st – December 17th or until they sell out. You can also…

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3 Must-See Holiday Decoration Destinations

The Central Coast is a beautiful place to be year-round, but there’s a certain magic in the air during the holiday season that has us falling in love with the area all over again. Across San Luis Obispo County, you’ll encounter festive fun around almost every corner—whether you’re shopping around downtown, hiking one of the Nine Sisters, or relaxing on the beach.

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3 Must-See Pumpkin Patches on the Central Coast

October is the time for all things pumpkin! With a pumpkin patch in nearly every city and town within the county lines, California’s Central Coast is a pumpkin-lover’s paradise. Check out our guide to the best pumpkin patches around for a day of family fun!

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Must-See Spots in Paso Robles

Want to do something new and exciting in Paso Robles? Check out the Paso Robles Inn’s new website, where we feature the best wineries, adventures, and family-friendly activities in the Paso Robles valley. Just scroll down the home page to an interactive map, which you can toggle between categories to explore various types of destinations, from wineries to kid-friendly attractions.

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Must-See Venues of Festival Mozaic

Festival Mozaic, while originally a festival to celebrate Mozart and his music, has since evolved into a celebration of classically-inspired music and the beauty of our own Central Coast landscape. In years past, there have been a variety of different venues in which world-class musicians perform and share their love of the genre, and this year is no different. To learn more about this stand-out festival, click here, or read on to discover some of the most fascinating, gorgeous, and historic venues that Festival Mozaic will make use of later this month. Tolosa Winery The sun-drenched vineyards of Tolosa Winery provide…

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Must-Haves for a Central Coast Summer Concert

It’s a warm late afternoon in the middle of summer, and you’re listening to live music, leaning back on a picnic blanket and feeling the sunshine warm your face. Near the stage are adults and kids dancing to the music, and you join the party while sipping on a cool glass of Central Coast wine. The friendly and relaxed energy of your neighbors and friends is palpable, and it feels like you have no worries.

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Must-Have Items for an Outdoor Summer Concert

It’s a warm late afternoon in the middle of summer, and you’re listening to live music, leaning back on a picnic blanket and feeling the sunshine warm your face. Near the stage are adults and kids dancing to the music, and you join the party while sipping on a cool glass of Central Coast wine.

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Oceano Dunes Must-Do Activities

On the Central Coast, we’re lucky to enjoy easy access to the Oceano Dunes, California’s most extensive coastal dunes that are still remaining. Thrill-seekers flock from all over the United States to take advantage of this impressive off-highway playground—swimming, surfing, camping, hiking and more during their time in Pismo Beach. An official Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation area, visitors can drive trucks, ATVs, dirt bikes, and more along this unique stretch of land. On your next #CentralCoasting adventure, try out some of our favorite dunes activities! Horseback Riding For a romantic escape or a fun family getaway, horseback riding with Pacific Dunes…

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