Activities in Cayucos
Cayucos has three playgrounds with the park at 3rd Street housing the former town jail.
Cayucos has perfected its patriotic festivities over the course of several decades. Visitors even plan their year around the 4th of July in Cayucos, to connect with friends who do the same, year after year. 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
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
Featured in the New York Times, this sister-owned cookie company is nationally known for its signature sea salt cookie: a melt-in-your-mouth shortbread morsel with just a touch of sea salt. More Details
Still standing as a restored inn and restaurant, Captain James Cass’s House is in downtown Cayucos. More Details
Whether you're looking for a day of beauty, or just a moment of relaxation, our specialists will make your spa visit both memorable and beneficial. More Details
Enjoy antiquing and art collecting? San Luis Obispo County is chock-full of great antique shops, memorable art galleries and fun antiquing events!
The Cayucos Community Art Gallery, a non-profit corporation, located at the entrance of the famous Cayucos Pier More Details
There are picnic tables, play equipment, restrooms, and outside showers available. More Details
Montaña de Oro has some of the best mountain biking on the central coast, with multiple trails ranging from beginner to expert. More Details
The "Bluff Walks" and nature walks program offers guided hikes on the Bluffs and other ecosystems on the coast. 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
San Luis Obispo County has an abundance of sea life throughout the coastal towns including elephant seals, sea otters, starfish, and many unique fish. More Details