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 Sunday, we “spring forward” to find our days filled with another brilliant hour of sunshine. Once Daylight Savings Time takes effect on Sunday at 2 AM, the sun won’t set on the Central Coast until after 7 pm, giving us plenty of time after work or school to enjoy the outdoors.
It may be the heart of winter here on Central Coast, but that can’t keep the #CentralCoasting from happening! Part of #CentralCoasting is about making the most of what you’ve got, and February’s entries did just that, taking advantage of both the sunny days and the not-so-sunny ones too.
Valentine’s Day is a special time everywhere in the world, but here on the Central Coast, we like to celebrate with more than just a dinner or a night out! We are lucky to be home to tons of different activities, like hiking, dining, and outdoor adventures. If you’ll be visiting the Central Coast this Valentine’s Day, try out these ways we celebrate! Even if you won’t be here in San Luis Obispo County for Cupid’s favorite holiday, customize these above average suggestions to match your city, and live like a true Central Coaster!