San Luis Obispo County
Dana Adobe
Monarch Dunes Golf Club


Nearby Hotels San Luis Obispo
Apple Farm
2015 Monterey Street
Best Western Royal Oak Hotel
214 Madonna Road
Best Western Somerset Inn
1895 Monterey Street
Comfort Inn & Suites Lamplighter
1604 Monterey Street
Econo Lodge San Luis Obispo
950 Olive Street
San Luis Obispo Travelodge
1825 Monterey Street
Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort
1215 Avila Beach Drive



Nipomo, California



California Museums

Dana Adobe at 671 Oakglen Street is the historical home of Captain Dana. He became a Mexican citizen in 1835 and eventually received a land grant (a rancho) of more than 37,000 acres at Nipomo, in what would later become San Luis Obispo County. The Dana rancho extended from the Santa Maria River north to the present Los Berros Road, and from the Santa Lucia foothills to the shores of the Pacific. The historic landmark is operated by Dana Adobe Nipomo Amigos (DANA.)



An active and dedicated volunteer groups seeks to refurbish the building and grounds so that tourists, students and the local Central Coast community can share in the history of California and the Central Coast.  Call: (805)  929-5679.