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Cayucos has three playgrounds with the park at 3rd Street housing the former town jail. 
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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 More Details
The Cambria Discovery Route highlights 24 points of interest along the northern coast of San Luis Obispo County.  More Details
Cayucos is a throw back to the original, laid-back California beach town with its relaxed vibe and Western influences. Time still moves a little slower in Cayucos. More Details
Explore the beautiful scenery and all that Edna Valley and Arroyo Grande Valley have to offer 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
The Oso de Oro Loop takes you on a diverse tour of Los Osos and Baywood Park.  More Details
Explore Oceano as part of the Highway 1 Discovery Route.  More Details
The stunning natural beauty of San Simeon Cove; the enchantment of a hilltop castle - what a beautiful way to start the day!  More Details
From Lopez Lake to Big Falls Trail, Cougar Trail and many more, Arroyo Grande has plenty of hikes worth exploring. More Details
Arroyo Laguna Beach is a windsurfing and kiteboarding spot along the northern San Luis Obispo Coast. More Details
A trekker’s paradise, Avila Beach boasts a wide variety of hikes and trails, from challenging to casual. More Details
At the north end of Pecho Road in Los Osos, you'll find access to the Morro Bay Estuary.  More Details
The current pier in Baywood Park is the fourth pier to have been built in the small community. More Details
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? More Details
Fun in the sun? Absolutely. When it comes to having a good time, Avila Beach parks offer the best possible conditions. The average temperature in this quaint beachfront town ranges between a comfortable 64 degrees F and 72 degrees F. The white sands of the beach are always close by, with attractions like surfing, swimming, […] More Details
Arroyo Grande and Edna Valley Parks are a family friendly destination with plenty of safe, fun opportunities for kids or pets to run, laugh and play. Spread a blanket in the grass, explore rugged terrain, partake in friendly fieldsports, or hit the playground for an afternoon of exploration. Whether you aim to get those wiggles […] More Details
A good public park can add so much to a vacation along Highway 1. In Cambria, parks are destinations for flying kites, barbecuing burgers, and letting the kids (and dogs) burn off some steam. Most parks here include wide views of the Pacific Ocean, where sea otters, whales, dolphins, seals and seabirds raise their young, […] More Details
This charming seaside town is a family-friendly destination with multiple parks and open spaces. Settle into one of Cayucos’ parks and let the kids burn off some energy — or the pets, for that matter! More Details
With its mild, sunny weather, rugged beauty and beachside location, Los Osos-Baywood has all the right conditions for a day at the park. More Details
However you choose to experience Oceano and Nipomo’s parks, you’re sure to find lots of secret spots to explore and space to roam. More Details
With their many miles of untouched coastline, beaches, forests — even a castle! — San Simeon and Ragged Point offer a wealth of spectacular family-friendly destinations. The parks here are wide-open for exploring and discovery. Ascend the “enchanted hilltop” of Hearst Castle to follow the footsteps of media magnate and billionaire William Randolph Hearst. Take […] More Details

Biddle Regional Park is a San Luis Obispo County Park located in the Arroyo Grande Valley at 3500 Lopez Drive.

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From the mountain's 640-foot summit, you can view the Morro Bay Estuary, the sand spit, and the hills of nearby Montaña de Oro. More Details
Black Lake Trail in the Arroyo Grande Valley is a 2 mile, easy to moderate hike out and back.  More Details
A 3.4 mile roundtrip hike that takes you along the coastal bluffs, passing tide pools, beaches and a scenic rocky coastline More Details
The Bob Jones Trail is the "City to the Sea" bike trail More Details
The Boucher Trail runs from the paved elephant seal viewing parking for 1.9 miles, to a half mile north of the Piedras Blancas Light Station. More Details
The Beaches & Parks Loop of Cambria takes visitors to points both historic and scenic. More Details
Known as Pines by the Sea, Cambria offers unqiue hiking trails that include both secluded preserves and seaside boardwalks. More Details
When it comes to Cambria hiking trails, you’ll find deep pine forests, coastal bluffs, and famous boardwalks - find moonstones and hidden treasures. More Details
The Cayucos pier was constructed in 1872 by Captain James Cass, the founder of Cayucos, and was then rebuilt and lengthened to 982 feet in 1876. More Details
The sandy beach offers mild weather, watersports such as surfing and swimming, tidepooling.  More Details
Cerro San Luis Obispo is the large morro looming over San Luis Obispo with the big "M."  More Details
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The trail is close to 3 miles and is open to hikers, dogs and mountain bikes.  More Details