Paso Robles Itineraries
If you're looking for a little adventure to include in your next visit to Paso Robles, here are some
A guided bicycle trip through the Paso Robles wine country features small friendly local wineries and plenty of roads with light traffic. Explore the dramatic vineyard and oak woodland terrain west of Paso Robles, or the (mostly) level roads next to the Salinas River as you pass bucolic ranches just east of Paso.
Along the way we'll enjoy a complimentary tasting as well as a sumptuous picnic lunch prepared by your guides.
With so many wineries, farms and ranches embroidered into the Paso Robles landscape, and
with two fishing ports nearby, it’s only natural that excellent restaurants would follow. Indeed,
Paso Robles is known throughout our region as the place to dine.
Family Friendly Itineraries
Once school lets out, Paso Robles opens up with numerous options on where to go and what to do to entertain your children and enrich their summer experience.
Paso Robles is the ideal place to plan a group outing, since you have the option of just relaxing
and enjoying good wine and food, or adding something more fun or adventurous to the mix.
Here are some highlights for groups of all sizes.
Go ahead, get your hands dirty, it's fun. Here is the best Paso Robles has to offer for truly unique
and hands‐on experiences. Try one during your next visit and you'll go home with great stories and memories that will last a lifetime.
With its outlaw history, great food and winemaking mavericks, Paso Robles makes a great place for a guy’s getaway. The fun
factor is high, the fussiness factor is nonexistent. Time your visit for the weekend of September 10th, 2010 and you can attend both a cigar festival and an aviation expo. You’re guaranteed to
have stories to bring back to the man cave no matter when you visit.
Pet Friendly Travel
You don't need to leave your best friend at home when you travel to Paso Robles! We've got
hotels, wineries, restaurant patios, shops and parks that welcome your pup with open arms.
Vacations on Under $100 per Day
Downtown is a great place to start your first visit to Paso Robles, or check out the "Scenic Route Itinerary", both featuring affordable activities the whole family will enjoy (cost not including lodging).