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"Every piece of litter you remove reveals something beautiful..." More Details
A trekker’s paradise, Avila Beach boasts a wide variety of hikes and trails, from challenging to casual. Take in coastal views stretching from Point Sal to Point San Luis, or stroll beneath a canopy of live oaks and sycamore trees. More Details
If you're an active visitor who cares about the places you play, connect with, and appreciate, you may want to take advantage of the new Stewardship Cleanup Kit opportunity, offered by the Cambria Tourism Board. More Details
The mission of the Central Coast Aquarium is to cultivate a community dedicated to ocean stewardship.  More Details
Located on beautiful San Simeon Bay, the Coastal Discovery Center celebrates the connection between land and seas. More Details
The historic Dana Adobe in Nipomo transports visitors back to the time of vaqueros, ranchos and Mexican land grants. This special event center, art gallery and park provides a unique window into life on the California frontier. More Details
The Elfin Forest supports more than 200 species of plants, as well as 110 kinds of birds, 22 species of mammals, and 13 species of reptiles and amphibians. It is home to rare plants, butterflies, snails and birds. More Details
Find Elephant Seals on the beach, just off Highway 1. The rookery is easily accessible, free, and open to the public, year-round. More Details
The majestic Estero Bluffs State Park allows visitors to explore the landscape and beaches on the northern end of Cayucos. More Details
The stretch of Highway 1 between Ragged Point and Nipomo owes much of its magic to remarkably authentic farm-to-table abundance. More Details
The Ranch is far from the largest of coastal ecosystems, but packs more biological diversity into a confined area than many larger properties.  More Details
The Ranch is far from the largest of coastal ecosystems, but packs more biological diversity into a confined area than many larger properties. More Details
With its extravagant antiquities, architecture, and heritage, Hearst Castle welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Plan your visit today. More Details
Join us for kids activities and storytime with hands-on interaction with tide pool animals and aquarium exploration. More Details
The site is part of an Audubon Nature Preserve, featuring a vegetative restoration project and access trails to monarchs and other scenic areas within the preserve. From late October to February, thousands of black and gold Monarch butterflies cluster in cities along the Highway 1 Discovery Route. More Details
The site is in the final stages of being restored to a native botanical garden which will feature native plant communities endemic to the Nipomo Mesa and dunes complex. More Details
Paddle back in time with professional kayak guides to the 125 year old fully restored and quite beautiful Point San Luis Lighthouse in Avila Beach, California More Details
The secluded beaches, rugged cliffs and broad coastal terraces of the Pecho Coast have been privately owned and inaccessible to the public since the Spanish Mission Period.  More Details