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  •  Live Music on Highway 1
    Highway 1’s dynamic live music scene plays out at a multitude of unique venues. From cozy bars to renowned stages, Highway 1 offers an eclectic array of live musical experiences to suit every preference. Visitors find that Highway 1 concerts transcend traditional spaces, unfolding at lighthouses, beer gardens, vineyards…
  • 3rd Street Park

    3rd Street Park

    Cayucos
    Cayucos has three playgrounds with the park at 3rd Street housing the former town jail. 
  • Activity Map ~ Highway 1 Discovery Route
    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.
  • Arcadian Adventures

    Arcadian Adventures

    San Luis Obispo
    Our mission is to provide our guests with bespoke itineraries of outdoor activities led by our dedicated guides.
  • Arroyo Grande Cycling

    Arroyo Grande Cycling

    Arroyo Grande
    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.
  • Arroyo Grande Farmers Market
    Weekly market in small town Arroyo Grande
  • Arroyo Grande Hiking

    Arroyo Grande Hiking

    Arroyo Grande
    From Lopez Lake to Big Falls Trail, Cougar Trail and many more, Arroyo Grande has plenty of hikes worth exploring.
  • Arroyo Grande Village

    Arroyo Grande Village

    Arroyo Grande
    The quaint, historic, and lively, Village of Arroyo Grande (Downtown), charms visitors with its one-of-a-kind shops, dining, and community events.
  • Arroyo Laguna Beach

    Arroyo Laguna Beach

    San Simeon
    Arroyo Laguna Beach is a windsurfing and kiteboarding spot along the northern San Luis Obispo Coast.
  • Art and Culture of Arroyo Grande & Edna Valley
    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…
  • Art and Culture of Avila Beach
    The culture and art found in Avila Beach has its roots in the beauty and proximity of the ocean itself. From art galleries and art shows to public art, historic architecture and jewelry classes, everything is influenced by the calm San Luis Bay. Find a wealth of fine…
  • Art and Culture of Cambria
    The charming hamlet of Cambria lies along a stretch of Highway 1 so picturesque, it can’t help but foster creativity and culture. This historic town sets the stage for some of Highway 1’s most beloved and meaningful artistic endeavors. Visit the Cambria Center for the Arts, where locals…
  • Art and Culture of Cayucos
    The sunny beach town of Cayucos boasts a wide array of arts and culture to explore and enjoy. The common thread between it all? The presence of the mighty Pacific Ocean, just steps from downtown Cayucos. The influence of the sea can be found in nearly every artistic…
  • Art and Culture of Highway 1
    Our abundant stretch of Highway 1 combines incredible scenery with rich art and culture offerings. Here, artists, performers, historians and storytellers come together to create a vibrant community. From Hearst Castle’s world class art collection to historic buildings and colorful murals, there’s much to take in. Explore native flora and…
  • Art and Culture of Oceano and Nipomo
    Art and culture come alive in Oceano and Nipomo, providing enriching opportunities for the whole family to enjoy. From exploring California’s early Rancho history at the Dana Adobe & Cultural Center to discovering local art galleries and studios, experience a captivating mix of historical and creative offerings. Whether…
  • Art and Culture of San Simeon
    The cultural landscape in San Simeon is dominated by Hearst Castle, the rambling estate built in 1919 by media magnate William Randolph Hearst. A passionate art collector, Hearst’s love of antiquity was influenced by childhood travels with his educator mother, Phoebe Hearst. The 90,000-square-foot home and gardens set…
  • Audubon Sweet Springs Nature Preserve Stewardship Travel Logo
    Trails lead among Monterey Cypress and eucalyptus to two freshwater ponds, and around a salt marsh to the edge of Morro Bay.
  • Avila Beach Activity Map Stewardship Travel Logo
    On those rare days when it's gray and gloomy anywhere else, count on the clouds to part and the sun to shine down on glorious Avila Beach