Located on the southwest portion of the Discovery Route, the classic and historic beach town of Oceano is known for it’s majestic dunes, beautiful parks, fertile farm fields, and remains the only beach in California you can drive on. Established in 1893 as a railroad town, Oceano still retains most of the original flavor of the past. More>

Perhaps most famous as the locale for a poignant photograph of the Great Depression, Nipomo is where Dorothea Lange shot “Migrant Mother,” a haunting black-and-white photo of a hungry young mother with two of her seven children. Today, Nipomo – a name derived from the Chumash Indian word meaning “the foot of the hills” More>


 

Oceano

Map
Videos
Photo Gallery
Upcoming Local Events

 

Nipomo

Map
Videos
Photo Gallery
Upcoming Local Events