You don’t have to be a professional photographer to capture the beautiful scenery that the Central Coast has to offer. From the cliffs of Montaña De Oro to the rolling hills of the Cuesta Ridge Botanical Area, it’s hard to beat our views.
Another summer, another bevy of activities to enjoy in the sun-soaked Central Coast. The natural world and pleasant weather makes this area a haven for outdoor enthusiasts all summer long. Additionally, our focus on wine, beer, and fresh, tasty food just go to show that we take our merrymaking very seriously.
With red tinted sunsets, white sandy beaches, and the deep blue ocean, the Central Coast is a patriotic place to be this Fourth of July. If you’re coming in to visit for this fun packed weekend, don’t miss out on the festivities, and follow these insiders tips to make sure you have a fun, exciting, and safe Fourth of July, whatever you feel like doing!
This Father’s Day, thank the man who has always been your role model with something better than a gift: an experience. Spend some quality time with your dad with one of these activities, whether your dad gets psyched running a marathon or is the kind of guy who likes to sit back and relax as much as possible. Whatever his personality, he’ll love spending time with you to celebrate Father’s Day on the Central Coast!
Donuts are loved by both kids and adults alike. Endless flavor combinations, toppings, and baking methods help make donuts unique. No shop makes them the same as the next, and SLO County has its fair share of unique donut destinations too. With National Donut Day quickly approaching on Friday, we wanted to share our favorite local spots to enjoy these tasty treats. Enjoy!
Summer is in the air! Days are longer and nights are warmer, making it the perfect time of year to enjoy free outdoor concerts across San Luis Obispo County. From Paso Robles to Pismo Beach, many towns along the Central Coast host summer concert series in local parks and plazas.