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101 things to love about Paso Robles 

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–The City of Paso Robles asked residents on Facebook to list their favorite little things about Paso, here are a few, in alphabetical order.

101 Things to Love about Paso Robles:

1. Adelaida school house benefit trail ride
2. Antique shops on Spring and Pine
3. Barney Schwartz Park trails and fields
4. BarrelHouse Brewing Co
5. Paso Bowl
6. Brown Butter Cookie Company
7. California Mid-State Fair
8. Car shows
9. Centennial Park gym, courts, pool and walking trail
10. Ceviche or paella at La Cosecha
11. Charolais Trail
12. Paso Robles Children’s Museum
13. Christmas Light Parade
14. City Library
15. City Park
16. Concerts in the Park in Paso and Templeton
17. Cooking classes at Refugio
18. The Corey Jordan Experience (private concert with wine tasting)
19. Corner alleyway fence near Bauer-Speck that displays a huge collection of birdhouses of every kind
20. Creston Rodeo
21. Cypress Mountain Road to Santa Rosa Road to Cambria
22. Downtown in general
23. Enoteca Restaurant & Lounge @ La Bellasera hotel
24. Estrella Warbird Museum
25. Farm stands – Union Road, Jack Creek Farms, Windrose Farm, Giving Tree Family Farm, etc.
26. Farmers Markets on Tues in Paso and Sat in Templeton
27. FARMstead ED classes
28. Festivals in the downtown city park
29. Firestone Walker Brewing Co. tours
30. Firestone Walker Invitational Beer Festival
31. Floating down the Salinas River north of the lake
32. Franklin Hot Springs
33. The Garagiste Festival
34. General Store Paso Robles
35. Glass blowing in Harmony
36. Harris Stage Lines horse camps
37. Having a beer on the Paso Robles Inn bar balcony
38. Having a glass of wine at the Pony Club Wine Bar
39. Hearst Castle
40. Heirloom Tomato Festival
41. Ice cream sandwiches at Batch
42. Kayaking in Avila or Morro Bay
43. La Panza gold prospecting
44. Lake Nacimiento Resort
45. Larder Meat Co.
46. Larry Moore Park
47. Las Padres National Forest proximity
48. Limerock Orchards walnut oil
49. Linn’s Fruit Bin ollalieberry pies
50. Mac and cheese at Jeffry’s Wine Country BBQ
51. San Miguel Mission
52. Mosaic yard art at 70 Fresno Street
53. Mushroom appetizer at The Hatch Rotisserie & Bar
54. Nacimiento-Ferguson road to Mission San Antonio
55. Nacitone Foundation dutch oven cooking event in Lockwood
56. Nature’s Touch Nursery & Harvest
57. Olive oil tasting
58. Papaya Salad at Basil restaurant
59. Park Cinemas
60. Parkfield Bluegrass Festival
61. Parkfield Rodeo
62. Pasolivo olive ranch or downtown tasting room
63. Pine Street Saloon
64. Paso Robles Pioneer Day
65. Pour House
66. The Ravine Water Park
67. Rios-Caledonia Adobe
68. River Oaks Golf Course Hot Springs Spa
69. Run Paso club
70. RV resorts
71. Sculpterra Winery giant sculptures
72. Salinas River Trail
73. Sense of community
74. Shell Creek at Highway 58 for spring wildflowers
75. Sherwood Forest
76. Sherwood Park walking trail
77. Studios on the Park art center
78. Talley Farms Fresh Harvest farm boxes!
79. Tataki at Goshi Japanese
80. Tennis courts at Centennial and Sherwood
81. The Groves on 41 olive orchard
82. The people!!!
83. The spirit of hospitality all over town
84. The view along the river on 101 from Spring Street onramp headed south
85. The view from Calcareous Vineyard
86. The view from Hilltop Drive
87. Three Bridges hike in Atascadero
88. Tin City Paso Robles and all its merchants/attractions
89. Turtles and fish at Barney Schwartz Park hilltop lake
90. Vina Robles Amphitheatre
91. Vine Street Victorian Showcase
92. Viva Paso store downtown
93. Walking loop from North Vine to Wild Rose to Sky Ridge to Mustang Springs to Mira Loma to Caballo
94. Walking/driving down S. River to Charolais at dusk with the sun setting behind the mountains
95. We Olive Paso Robles
96. Windrose Farm tomatoes
97. Wine Country Half Marathon&5k
98. Wine Country Theatre productions
99. Work Family Ranch camps
100. Ziplining at Margarita Adventures
101. Zoo to You

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News staff of the Paso Robles Daily News wrote and edited this story from local contributors and press releases. Scott Brennan is the publisher of this newspaper and founder of Access Publishing. Connect with him on , Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, or follow his blog. He can be reached at scott@pasoroblesdailynews.com.