Savor the fruits of Paso Robles’ labor. Relax in natural sulfur hot springs. Cycle the back roads under coastal live oaks and around sprawling vineyards. The options for activities in Paso Robles are seemingly endless.
Whether you choose to go to one winery or three, be sure to stop at a local farm stand or olive oil farm. Enjoy beautiful views of the native chaparral and untouched oak woodlands along your route. Travel by limo or tour bus for an elevated tasting experience with friends, family or your significant other. Agritourism can be observed not only among the vineyards, but the orchards of olive and almond trees as well. Book a farm tour and see just how Paso Robles is able to sustain its celebrated collection of top-tier farm-to-table restaurants.
Stroll downtown, where boutique shopping and wine tasting opportunities blend seamlessly. Keep your eyes peeled for art galleries, antique shops and the famous Downtown City Park, home to the iconic Carnegie Library and statue of the late Polish dignitary and composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski, the area’s most famous winemaking resident.
It’s not all wine tasting and relaxation. Paso Robles is home to Lake Nacimiento, where water sports abound. Go horseback riding in cowboy country. Cycle the winding roads that take you from city to country to coast.
Community events, parades and festivals are huge in this tight-knit community, so stick around for year-round fun featuring local honey, lavender, classical music, wine and pioneering heritage.