Paso Robles

Welcome to El Paso de Robles or Pass of the Oaks commonly known as Paso Robles. With a population of approximately 30,000, Paso Robles embodies “small town USA”. Nestled in the coastal mountain range of Central California, it is located close to mountains, beaches and deserts. The topography of Paso Robles is open, rolling, oak covered hills and vast areas of open land. The air quality is superb with blue skies dotted with fluffy white clouds, sunshine and a dry climate. It is one of the country’s great wine growing regions. The city of Paso Robles is located hallway between Los Angeles and San Francisco and is known not only for its great wines but also for its healing waters with a growing number of hot springs resorts.

Paso Robles holds the charm of a rural community but has developed into a center of industry, viticulture, art, recreation, commerce, and housing. Historic attractions can be found throughout the city, from the Carnegie Library in the Downtown City Park, the Pioneer Museum, the Estrella Warbirds Museum to the thermal springs that run to this day at the historic Paso Robles Inn. Paso Robles is home to the California Mid-State Fair held annually at the Paso Robles Event Center and drawing visitors from across the state. This fair celebrates the agricultural, ranching and farming history of Paso Robles. The Paso Robles Event Center is host to numerous equine events throughout the year at the George Hearst Equine Center. Horses are an important part of the history and culture of Paso Robles and virtually every equine activity from English to Western is represented.

The Downtown City Park is the hub of Paso Robles and host a variety of activities throughout the year including the world renowned Paso Robles Wine Festival, the annual Festival of the Arts, Pioneer Day, the Vine St. Victorian Showcase and much more. The streets surrounding the City Park are home to an array of restaurants, wine tasting bars, boutique shops, art galleries, cinema and much more. One of the most popular events during the summer is the weekly Concerts in the Park series.

Located approximately 20 minutes West of Paso Robles is Lake Nacimiento, “the dragon” so named because of the shape of the lake. It is a very popular resort area for boating, fishing, swimming and vacationing. Another popular lake destination is the nearby Lake San Antonio. Also within a 25-30 minute drive are the coastal towns of Cambria and Morro Bay and Hwy 1 which offers some of the most beautiful coastline and beaches in the world and home to the famous Hearst Castle.

Paso Robles is truly a place that embodies a fusion of Western spirit, rural ambiance and fine living, a place where you can experience authentic California, a place called Paso Robles

Come for the weekend…..Stay for a lifetime


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