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The Central Coast boasts some of the best beaches in the U.S., and certainly on the West Coast. 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
The California Coastal Trail is a network is a network of public trails for walkers, bikers, equestrians, wheelchair riders and others along the 1200-mile California coastline. More Details
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This 11-acre park is very popular among dog walkers. More Details
California’s Central Coast provides a fun and safe playground for both dogs and their humans. Stay in dog-friendly lodging, dine in dog-friendly restaurants, and frolic on dog-friendly beaches, hikes and parks. More Details
For easy-breezy family fun, nothing beats a hike. Lace up your walking shoes, grab a hat and a water bottle, and head out any of coastal San Luis Obispo County’s hundreds of hiking trails. You’ll find options for all sorts of ability levels and terrains, from easy to challenging. More Details
Big Sur represents the best of the West. As one of the nation’s top attractions, Big Sur sparkles with vast views of the Pacific. More Details
Take in all the piers and lighthouses of coastal San Luis Obispo County, or choose just one or two to explore. Either way, you’ll witness the impact of how this region’s coastal position shaped its history. More Details
Take the trail to the beach and explore this geologically diverse stretch of coast. More Details
Visit Morro Bay State Park which features a lagoon and natural bay habitat.
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This beach is a coastal frontage park featuring outstanding picnic sites. More Details
Find thousands of acres of protected open space, both on land and at sea. These estuaries, preserves, and sanctuaries are home to abundant wildlife. More Details
Skim boarding is a cross between surfing and skateboarding. More Details
With the need for social distancing, there’s never been a better time to dream about your next party-of-one trip. And on our unique stretch of Highway 1, traveling solo connects you deeply with the ocean, wildlife, history — and yourself. Wander over the white sands of a near-empty beach, and maybe spy a pod of […] More Details
At the heart of the California coast, this special stretch of Highway 1 includes over a dozen state parks, beaches, and historical monuments. From Ragged Point to Nipomo, you’ll find unspoiled beaches, quiet woodlands, marine protected areas, art, antiquities, and driveable dunes. More Details