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  • Things to Do in Arroyo Grande and Edna Valley Stewardship Travel Logo
    Arroyo Grande and Edna Valley offer a range of activities across a landscape of vineyards, farmland and rugged wilderness. From world class wine tasting and family friendly lake sports to historic sites and antiquing, you’ll never run out of great things to do in this pastoral California playground. If you’re…
  • Things to do in Oceano/Nipomo Stewardship Travel Logo
    Looking for fun things to do in Oceano/Nipomo? Home to scenic dunes and great casual dining, this serene coastal oasis is one of Highway 1’s best kept secrets. Motor across the beach by day and take in live theater by night—It’s all on the roster. Ready to get out there?…
  • Things to do in Avila Beach Stewardship Travel Logo
    Looking for a good time in Avila Beach? You’re in luck: this beachside community has a wealth of things to do for families, couples, solo travelers and dog travelers. For thousands of years, Avila Beach has attracted visitors looking to relax by its calm waters and experience the beauty of…
  • Things to do in Los Osos Baywood Stewardship Travel Logo
    Looking for the best things to do in Los Osos Baywood? With hiking, tidepooling and oceanfront dining on the roster, there’s never a dull moment along Highway 1’s scenic back bay. Whether you seek adventure or relaxation, this overnight itinerary is your roadmap to the best things to do in…
  • Things to do in Cayucos Stewardship Travel Logo
    Looking for fun things to do in Cayucos? This beautiful coastal town features plenty of exciting activities for the whole family to enjoy. From hiking and dining to antique shopping and pier fishing, Cayucos is a relaxing coastal escape with laid back charm to spare. Whether you’re a surfer, hiker…
  • Things to do in Cambria Stewardship Travel Logo
    The coastal town of Cambria blends seaside fun with elegant appeal. Nestled along Highway 1 where pine trees meet the Pacific, you’ll find a range of activities to enjoy, from wine tasting to horseback riding. Top things to do in Cambria include hiking, sightseeing, dining and shopping—but there’s…
  • The Sweet Springs Nature Preserve Stewardship Travel Logo
    Located at the meeting of freshwater run-off and the saltwater ocean, the Sweet Springs Nature Preserve is a jewel of natural Los Osos. At 32 acres, the preserve is owned by the Morro Coast Audubon Society and includes hiking trails, interpretive signs, footbridges, and memorial benches. Local…
  • Be an iNaturalist with the Cayucos Land Conservancy Stewardship Travel Logo
    Did you know that the Cayucos Land Conservancy sponsors a Citizen/Scientist Project on iNaturalist to catalog all plant and animal life found at Estero Bluffs State Park?
  • Best Parks in Los Osos-Baywood Stewardship Travel Logo
    With its mild, sunny weather, rugged beauty and beachside location, Los Osos-Baywood has all the right conditions for a day at the park.
  • Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) — South End Stewardship Travel Logo
    Vast and teeming with life, the Pacific Ocean impacts nearly every part of life on the Central Coast, from wildlife to wine. But if not for the protection of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, this landscape might not be so pristine or majestic.
  • Tide Pools and Sea Life of Cayucos Stewardship Travel Logo
    With 100 miles of Pacific coastline, our stretch of Highway 1 boasts abundant sea life including marine mammals, tide pools, and kelp forests.
  • Wildflowers on Highway 1 Stewardship Travel Logo
    Brittlebrush, poppies, bluebells, lupine, sand verbena, and evening primrose are just a handful of the incredible wildflowers that bloom on the Central Coast.
  • Farm to Table Near Highway 1 Stewardship Travel Logo
    The stretch of Highway 1 between Ragged Point and Nipomo owes much of its magic to remarkably authentic farm-to-table abundance.
  • Wine Country Biking Stewardship Travel Logo

    Wine Country Biking

    Arroyo Grande
    The most scenic way to experience wine country is from the saddle of a bicycle. In the Edna Valley, enjoy the ride of your life.
  • Hiking Oceano and Nipomo Stewardship Travel Logo
    A hike across the varied trails of Oceano or Nipomo means wildlife, peaceful lagoons, abundant native plants, and views of the Pacific coastline.
  • Los Osos State Parks and Beaches Stewardship Travel Logo
    With natural splendor to spare, Los Osos boasts two state parks and beaches: Montaña de Oro State Park and the Los Osos Oaks State Natural Reserve.
  • Cayucos State Parks and Beaches Stewardship Travel Logo
    Sunshine, shoreline, surf and even starfish — these are just a few treasures to be found in Cayucos State Beaches and State Parks.
  • Kayaking and Paddleboarding in Avila Beach Stewardship Travel Logo
    Avila Beach sits on a protected cove that boasts slightly warmer temperatures and calmer conditions, both on land and sea. More often than not, launching out in Avila Beach means sunshine, glassy waters, and a clear view from Point Sal to Point San Luis.