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Travel guide to Paso Robles 

Travel guide to paso robles

Experience all Paso Robles has to offer

—Paso Robles is known for having some of the nicest wines, fine dining, and landscapes on the Central Coast of California. Walk through orchards, stroll among the farmer’s markets, taste the wine. Visitors to Paso find a large array of inviting hotels, luxurious retreats, and tours of all kinds. People looking to visit the area can explore a wide array of places to stay, things to do, and flavors to taste. Be sure to check out our other list of Best things to do in Paso Robles!


Hotel Cheval photo via tripadvisor.com

Hotels in Paso

Hotels- The Best hotels in Paso Robles list is a compilation of the best hotels in downtown Paso Robles. Find the right accommodations for any stay. Hotels near the Paso Robles event center has its own unique list to check out.


Paso Robles Wine Tasting

Check out our lists for The Best free wine tasting in Paso Robles, boutique wineries in Paso Robles, and the Paso Robles wine tasting map

The biggest attraction for tourists is the local wine country. There are more than 200  wineries in North County, many with tasting rooms open for your enjoyment all week long. Dog-friendly, tours, and more can be found at many local wineries and vineyards. This area is the fastest growing American viticultural area in California. With many award-winning wines. It has one of the longest and most consistent growing seasons for wine grapes in California.


Antique Shops

Want to know more about hunting for antiques in Paso Robles?

Vineyard Antique Mall – Located at 2320 Ramada Dr., Ste. A, (805) 237-4012.

Great American Antique Mall – 1305 Spring St. Call (805) 296-3612

Reminisce Antiques – 1344 Pine St. Call (805) 239-1001

Relics Mall -1329 Spring St. Call (805) 296-3612


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Paso Robles Brewing Company –525 Pine St., Call (805) 239-1000.

Pine Street Saloon – 1234 Pine St., Call (805) 238-1114.

Earth and Fire Brewery –825 Riverside Ave., Call (805) 270-2959

Barrelhouse Brewing Company –3055 Limestone Way, Call (805) 296-1128

Firestone Walker Brewery –1400 Ramada Dr., Call (805) 225-5911

Santa Maria Brewing –1401 Park St., Call (805) 922-2225

Toro Creek Brewing Company  –1111 Riverside Ave., Call (805) 550-7007

Silva Brewing – 525 Pine St., Call (805) 369-2337

The Pour House – 525 Pine St. Suite B Call (805) 239-1000

 


Dining

There are so many great places to eat out in Paso Robles, we made an entire page of recommendations. Check out our extensive list of cafes, bistros, restaurants and fine dining establishments here: Best places to eat in Paso Robles.


Golf Courses

Paso Robles Golf Club – This 18-hole championship golf course is the hidden gem of SLO County. Relax in the restaurant, bar or veranda after your round of golf. Sharpen your game with a golf lesson from one of our PGA Professionals and enjoy our expansive practice facilities.1600 Country Club Dr., pasoroblesgolfclub.com, (805) 238-4722.

River Oaks Golf Course – A unique “6-Hole Player Development” course offering 3 sets of tees. Perfect for advanced, intermediate, beginners, juniors, seniors and women golfers. River Oaks Golf Course is ideal for golfers looking for a quick round. 700 Clubhouse Dr., (805) 226-8099.

Hunter Ranch Golf Course – Located at 4041 E Hwy 46, this golf course Call (805) 237-7444 for more info visit www.hunterranchgolf.com 

The Links Course At Paso Robles – Located at 5151 Jardine Rd, Call (805) 227-4567 for more information, visit www.linkscourseatpasorobles.com.


Franklin Hot Springs. Photo from Facebook.

Hot Springs and Spas

River Oaks Hot Springs Spa – Done wine tasting? Take an hour or more to relax in the historic natural mineral springs. Private indoor and outdoor tubs, and a full service spa offering therapeutic massage and facial treatments. www.riveroakshotsprings.com, 800 Clubhouse Dr. (805) 238-4600.

Franklin Hot Springs – Located at 3015 Creston Rd., Call (805) 712-5372 The water is a positive-charged, ionized mineral hot spring made up of potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, and floride. It exits the ground at 100.1 F. and the swimming area stays at a constant 97.3 F. The hot tub stays at a constant 100.1 F. Visit www.franklinhotsprings.com for more information.


Museums

Paso Robles Children’s Museum –  Located at 623 Spring St. in Paso Robles, this is the perfect place for kid-friendly activities with so much to choose from to see and do. For more information visit www.pasokids.org or call (805)(805) 238-7432.

Estrella Warbird Museum – Find a Great collection of aircraft and choppers, f-18 flight simulator and big armory. There is a lot of historical pieces from WWII, Vietnam, and more. They also have a great collection of old cars, kept in excellent shape, telling the whole history of car racing in America. Located at 4251 Dry Creek Road, Paso Robles. For more information, call (805) 238-9317 or visit www.ewarbirds.org.

Pioneer Museum – The Pioneer Museum is fun for all ages! Get a glimpse of what local life was like in the “Good Old Days.” View Paderewski memorabilia, vintage farm equipment, pioneer artifacts, a one-room schoolhouse and much more. 2010 Riverside Ave. Open Thurs-Sun 1-4 p.m., Free Admission, www.pasoroblespioneermuseum.org, (805) 239-4556.

Mission San Miguel  – Located at 775 Mission St, San Miguel,, the Mission San Miguel is a beautiful, and charming California Mission. The interior of the chapel has been retained all these years with the original paint and artwork. The mission is the parish church for San Miguel so it is in daily use. Experience history and learn about the past at their small museum and gift shop. For more information, call  (805) 467-3256 or visit www.missionsanmiguel.org.

Rios-Caledonia Historic Adobe Museum  – Located at 700 S Mission St. in San Miguel, this historic property is directly across the street from Mission San Miguel Arcangel and has a very interesting of history to it. The Rios-Caledonia Adobe is located on an old stage road and served as a sort of halfway point between San Francisco and Los Angeles. Back in the 19th Century, it was a functioning hotel and saloon. For more information call (805) 467-3357, or visit www.rios-caledoniaadobe.org

 

RV Resorts

Vines RV Resort – Nestled in the fabulous wine country of Central Coast California,  premier luxury RV resort sought out by the serious RV travelers.This is the best choice for scenic beauty and luxury accommodations. 88 Wellsona Rd., www.vinesrvresort.com, (855) 467-2100.

Wine Country RV Resort – Whether you are looking for relaxation, exciting activities or a romantic setting, we’ve got it all! As a family-owned and operated business, we’re dedicated to making your stay a most enjoyable one. 2500 Airport Rd., www.winecountryrvresort.com, (805) 238-4560.

Cava Robles Resort –The resort offers a wide range of RV sites with stunning views, full hookups and plenty of room for slide out. Cava Robles RV resort’s fire pit, free Wi-Fi and laundry services; virtual check-in and “Bistro-to-go” food delivery and we think you’ll agree that Cava Robles has it all. Visit www.cavaroblesresort.com

 Paso Robles Rv Ranch & Campground – 398 Exline Rd. Call (805) 237- 8685


Salons & Spas 

Twist Studio Spa – A full-service salon at 1421 Spring St., www.twistway.com, Call (805) 239-3222

The Spa Central Coast – 617 12th st., Call (805) 591-7157 For massage, facials, detox, body wrap, hair removal, tanning and more. Check out www.thespacentralcoast.com

Plus Massage –1140 Railroad St., Call (805) 835-9798

 Serenity Spa – 740 Park St., Call (805) 239-9591

Brushed Salon and Day Spa –1481 Creston Rd., Call (805) 239-1400

 He’s SPA – 145 Niblick Rd., Call (805) 226-8888


Wine Festivals

The Best wine festivals in Paso Robles list is a great resource to find the best wine festivals that have music, food, local wine, and fun.


Shopping

Country Farm & Craft Market – Local farm fresh produce, quality crafters, food vendors and fresh eggs in season.  Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., at the downtown park in Paso Robles.

EarthTones Gifts, Gallery & Massage – Explore Conscious Living with one-of-a-kind gifts and jewelry. Nourish mind and body with aromatherapy, incense and candles. We carry fair trade and artisan handicrafts that are inspired by nature. Focus on tranquility with crystals, books and statuary. 1319 Park St. For events visit: www.earthtonesgifts.com. (805) 238-4413.

General Store Paso Robles –841 12th St., www.generalstorepr.com

Jardine Ranch Country Nut Store – Rustic outside and inside find nuts, dried fruits, sweets, and local honey (805) 238-2365.

Naughty But Nice – Flirt with style! Featuring lingerie, shoes, books, sleepwear, club wear, lotions & potions. 1319 Spring St., www.nbnstores.com, (805) 238-2787.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate  – An experience providing visitors with hundreds of chocolate treats, just as unique as the store. Located in downtown Paso Robles right next door to the movie theatre. 1106 Pine St.,  (805) 226-7598.

Siegel’s Jewelry – Designer and one-of-a-kind estate jewelry, watches, collectibles, coins and handbags at huge savings.  739 12th St., (805) 239-4367.

The Sole Tree – The Sole Tree boasts what could be called the “anti-department store” vibe With a low-pressure atmosphere, surround yourself with gorgeous leather shoes, lots of gab and even fresh coffee and cupcakes from Two Birds Bakery. 835 12th St., Ste. B. (805) 238-SOLE

Brown Butter Cookie Company – The best of the best cookies around, check them out daily 801 12th St.  (805) 239-5894

Tours

Margarita Adventures tours –The acclaimed zip line tours of Margarita Adventures are now complemented by two new offerings: Guided kayak tours of Santa Margarita Lake and guided wildlife “Hummer” tours at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch. Visit www.margarita-adventures.com for more info.

Vantigo – For more info Call (805) 400-3101

Central Coast Food Tours – For more info, Call (805) 400-9054

Cal Limo – For more info, Call (805) 464-6225

The Wine Line tour –Visit www.hoponthewineline.com to experience wine tasting in Paso Robles, offering a hop-on, hop-off shuttle service, with vans that run a constant loop, and guests are free to choose what they visit.

Jeep Tours of Villa San-Juliette –  Guests are treated to an exclusive view of the 168-acre estate from guided jeep tours while they explore the vineyard, sip award-winning wines and pose for pictures along the way. The scenic hillside views are enhanced by a Tuscan style setting, Mediterranean gardens and scenic wine country views surrounding the villa. Visit www.villasanjuliette.com

Revel Rides Limousines – Revel Rides will provide the environment that best suits your mood or event while you leave the driving up to one of their courteous chauffeurs. Many options to choose from and competitive pricing. Serving all of SLO county www.revelrides.com (805) 591-9190

Uncorked Wine Tours – Private, personalized, and customizable wine tours. They specialize in birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, and any day you want to make special. Call today to book your tour! www.uncorkedwinetours.net, (805) 459-4500.

Paso Air Tours- Offering custom tailored tours, the friendly staff of Paso Air Tours takes guests over local vineyards and the surrounding Central Coast as they take in the picturesque scenery that is unable to be viewed from the road. With tours ranging from half-hour rides to options that include wine tasting and lunch at selected wineries, an outing with Paso Air Tours is an unforgettable experience. Visit www.slovisitorsguide.com and www.pasoairtours.com for more information.

Breakaway Tours & Event Planning – For more information, Call (805) 783-2929

Elite Wine Tours  – For more information, Call (805) 296-7982

 


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