Explore Activities in Edna Valley & Arroyo Grande Valley

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Personalized private custom wine, beer, olive oil, and coastal tours. All tours are designed by a Certified Sommelier and led by knowledgeable, fun guides, that will share their insider tips. More Details
See the sights and highlights along the Highway 1 Discovery Route! Featuring 101 miles of adventure, the route stretches from the scenic coastline in Ragged Point south through the agricultural communities of Oceano and Nipomo. More Details
Our mission is to provide our guests with bespoke itineraries of outdoor activities led by our dedicated guides. More Details
Journey through and above Lopez Lake, where you can enjoy amazing views of the lake, and on a clear day you can see all the way to Oceano Dunes and Pismo Beach. More Details

Weekly market in small town Arroyo Grande

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From Lopez Lake to Big Falls Trail, Cougar Trail and many more, Arroyo Grande has plenty of hikes worth exploring. More Details
The Village of Arroyo Grande shines with bakeries, boutiques, bistros, and historic sites — a place that’s as relaxed as it is friendly. The strong culture of wellness and rejuvenation in Arroyo Grande may have something to do with that. Here, you’ll find plenty of stimulating and engaging activities, from walking the historic Swinging Bridge […] More Details
One of many family-friendly festivals along this stretch of Highway 1, the Strawberry Festival celebrated the delicious strawberries that grow in the area. Although the festival is no longer active, the Strawberry Stampede is still up and running. It’s a fun, fresh, and festive way to spend Memorial Day Weekend each year. The whole weekend […] More Details
The quaint, historic, and lively, Village of Arroyo Grande (Downtown), charms visitors with its one-of-a-kind shops, dining, and community events. More Details
The beauty and bounty of Highway 1 inspires a wealth of art and culture in each of its communities, Arroyo Grande and Edna Valley among them. In Arroyo Grande, find a lively sense of history inside impeccably-preserved buildings like the Santa Manuela Schoolhouse. This quaint spot and others like it bring history to life; in […] More Details
Along this abundant stretch of California’s Highway 1 lies so much to explore. And while the natural beauty of its white-sand beaches, majestic mountains and rolling vineyards shines brightly, so too does our cultural heritage. Here, a vibrant community of artists, performers, historians and storytellers brings joy, fellowship and creativity to life on Highway 1. […] More Details
Years of fine wine making, previously shared with only friends and family, led to what is Autry Cellars today. More Details
At Baileyana, our renowned Burgundian winemaker Christian Roguenant has created supple, distinctive wines of wonderful complexity. More Details
Bang the Drum Brewery offers both craft beers and mead. It is our goal to provide fantastic brews, a great atmosphere, and a unique experience for everyone.  More Details
The "Barn" is the South County Historical Society's Museum Annex which houses a variety of antique vehicles and agricultural artifacts from the South County area. More Details
Beach weddings along Highway 1 offer up the perfect combination of moderate year-round weather, gorgeous coastal scenery and oceanfront hotels and vacation rentals perfect for hosting your big day as well as your wedding guests. With miles of pristine coastline and untouched alcoves to set your big day, you can say “I do” backdropped by […] More Details
Whether you prefer lagers, wild ales, IPAs or porters, our stretch of Highway 1 has beer for every kind of palate. This is home to pioneering brewers who have helped usher the craft beer movement to the nation and the world. They also inspired younger brewers to start their own labels, putting their own unique […] More Details
Visitors can find a spectrum of options, with ideal beaches for sunbathing, beachcombing, wildlife viewing, surfing, tidepooling, doggie fun or even dune-driving. More Details