From classic cars to classic Central Coast bbq, entertain dad with the best that SLO CAL has to offer this Father’s Day weekend. Spend a lazy day listening to music, make your way through SLO CAL's craft beer scene or grub on some delicious eats. No matter the plan, dad will want to experience it all so check out some of our dad-approved activities and events.
Pismo Beach Beer Fest
Brews, tunes and good food on Saturday, June 16. Take dad to the Pismo Beach Beer Fest for a day of tasting by the ocean.
Summer Grill and Chill
Warm sunny weather, long carefree days and time to chill with dad. Head to Vina Robles Winery's Petite Terrace where the wine is cool, the music is rockin’ and Executive Chef Randal Torres is serving up all sorts of grilled deliciousness.
Does your dad love wine? Treat him to Roll Out the Barrels weekend on June 21-23 in SLO Wine country! Choose between Thursday evening's "Barrels in the Plaza" grand tasting where he'll be able to taste over 50 wineries and restaurants dishing out world class wine and tantalizing treats, Friday and Saturday's Passport adventure or let him enjoy all three days of wine-filled fun.
Brewery tour at Firestone Walker
Need a last minute Father's Day itinerary item? Book a tour of Firestone Walker Brewery and go behind-the-scenes of this Paso Robles and SLO CAL staple.
Lazy Locals Concert
Groove amongst the vines at Castoro Cellars while listening to Martin Paris with food for purchase from Higgies BBQ and ice cream from Harmony Creamery.
Carbon City Lights at Sea Pines Golf Resort
Take off your shoes, dance on the putting green and groove to the music while enjoying an afternoon in Los Osos.
Head on over to Ramona Garden Park in Grover Beach for live music by Shady Willow and a stroll through the Farmer's Market.
Get adventurous this Father's Day and try one of these great outdoor activities in SLO CAL.
Rent a kayak from Avila Beach Paddlesports and venture out to the Point San Luis Lighthouse in Avila Beach. Hop on a standup paddleboard from The Paddleboard Company and cruise Morro Bay while watching for local wildlife.
Whether you’re galloping full speed on horseback or enjoying the slow rock of a hammock, it’s all about savoring the small stuff and taking big leaps into the wild.
Some of the most jaw-dropping views in SLO CAL are best seen from behind the wheel. Grab your keys, sunglasses and dad, and discover the secrets of SLO CAL on a leisurely drive along California's most iconic drive - Highway 1.