Spring Road Trip
Paso Robles in Bloom
Spring has arrived in Paso Robles and there's no better time to take to the road and explore the many backroads, wineries, restaurants and sights in our charming little town. Lush green fields extend for miles with vast blooms of wildflowers adding vibrant colors to the landscape. Our vineyards are just staring to come to life and warmer days make it perfect for cruising the town.
Now's your time to escape to the outdoors of Paso Robles.
Checkout Our "6 Most Romantic Things to Do in Paso Robles" Spring Guide
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"WHAT A PLEASANT STOP BETWEEN CARMEL AND SANTA BARBARA! VERY FRIENDLY SHOPKEEPERS AND RESTAURANT STAFF. ALSO A LOVELY PUBLIC PARK, VISIT PASO ROBLES; YOU WON'T BE SORRY."
- FRANK V, NAPA, CAREAD MORE
ON THE STREET..
"The general vibe of the place is that the winemakers are enjoying their laid-back California lifestyle, doing what they want, and they're smart people so they are their own boss, they created a work environment they like so the wine tastes good! Very enjoyable experience."
- SUZY L.
SAN PEDRO, CA
"Paso Robles means birthday celebrations because I have been on road trips to the area for two of mine. I haven't had a bad experience here. The locals are friendly and eager to introduce you to the area. With hundreds of wineries in the area, do your research to see which side you want to visit. The downtown area has several tasting rooms that are within walking distance."