Santa Barbara County north of the City of Santa Barbara features curvy coast, narrow to broad sand beaches, and tent camping in several spots such as El Capitan State Beach. The camp sites sit on a small hill overlooking the beach, and include a mix of tent and RV parking sites you can reserve. El [...]
Event begins: March 7, 2010 - 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. Location: 3700 Mill Road, Paso Robles, CA 93446
Cost: $20 per person or $16 for Signature Wine Club members
Springtime is swing time as Vina Robles launches “Big Band Sundays”. Put on your dancing shoes and join us as we present the Cal Poly Jazz, [...]
Welcome to Atascadero! Located less than 18 miles and a 30 minute drive by car from the beach at Morro Bay, the inland city of Atascadero is a fertile land for wine grapes and food crops, featuring hotter summers and more sunshine than its beach counter-part.
Do you notice the road signs as you pass by [...]
Miracle Miles for Kids 10K Walk/Run or Family Care Network 7th Annual event takes place along the ocean’s edge between Morro Rock & Caucos Pier.
On April 17th, 2010 the Family Care Network will host its 7th annual Miracle Miles for Kids 10K Walk/Run, a benefit for foster and high-needs children and families. The 10K (6.2 [...]
Oxnard, Calif.–Foreign films offer an insight into the world’s diverse cultures, customs, and interpretations of life’s events. In Oxnard, California on the Central Coast, a wonderful foreign film series is held every two weeks on Mondays at the Plaza Cinema 14. The line-up of movies is well worth a night out when visiting this outstanding [...]
You’ll get two different answers as to why the chickens cross the road in California, depending on if you are in the Central Coast beach town of Arroyo Grande, or if you are in the Central Valley city of Fair Oaks.
In Fair Oaks they celebrate chickens each year with an annual Fair Oaks Chicken Festival [...]
Avila, Calif. is a beach town in San Luis Obispo County that captures time in a bottle with seasonal displays and a community gathering place at Avila Valley Barn. This long-time market that sells fresh harvests of fruits, vegetables and produce, much of it locally grown, is a family-run business that makes everyone feel welcome.
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Central Coast wine lovers will find this item worth a trip to your favorite spot. It’s time to party at a weekend wine tasting event filled with the best SLO Vintners wines. November 6 launches the weekend with a winemaker dinner, but that’s just starters for the big celebration on Saturday. Avila Beach will be [...]
03 Oct, 2009
Posted by: Beach Reporter In: world
Travelers and travel writers can’t get enough of cute little Cayucos, declared one of the nation’s top 10 towns worth a weekend visit recently by somebody in the travel industry. With an old saloon, a few trendy boutique style restaurants serving locally crafted, award-winning wines, and the corner BBQ where you sit at a table [...]
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Facebook Fare: Not “GQ” but “GW”
By Chris MacDonald
Central Coast, California–Funny thing happened when I was on Facebook today. I was emailing my friend, Jim Byrne, a CBS & Fox weatherman in Santa Maria, when he gave me a personal weather report, including the fact that it was raining. He said it was pretty unusual for [...]