From pumpkin patches to pumpkin ice cream, Paso has a wide range of activities and yummies to get you in the mood for Fall. Put on your favorite sweater and join us for some harvest fun!


Fall Vineyards


Pumpkin Hunting

The cutest farm stand just so happens to be located right off of our very own Highway 46 West. Jack Creek Farms is the best stop for farm fresh produce, honey, antiques, amazing gifts and selfies. Oh, and did we mention they are the oldest pumpkin farm in all of San Luis Obispo County? Bring the family out for “u-pick” pumpkins or choose amongst the piles on display in front of the farm stand. Don’t forget to order an apple cider slushie!


A Scoop of Fall

Located in Tin City, Negranti Creamery crafts fresh, wholesome and real sheep’s milk ice cream in a wide array of flavors. Visit the scoop shop for a double scoop cone of their pumpkin and maple pecan fall flavors. Not to be dramatic, but possibly the best thing on this planet. 


Cocktail Time

Paso Robles is home to a distillery trail crafting spirits for the perfect fall drinks. Our cocktail recommendations? Try an Apple Brandy Hot Toddie or perfect your Old-Fashioned. 


Fall Tablescapes

Pack your pumpkins, festive tablecloth and harvest plates for a Fall dinner at Downtown City Park Dining Presented by JUSTIN Vineyards & Winery - open through October 31. The downtown park is the perfect backdrop for your Fall dinner with friends!


Cookies Galore

Looking for a new hit cookie this holiday season? Pick up maple extract from The General Store located downtown and get busy baking some delicious maple cookies! Your friends and family are sure to love them. 


Pumpkins + Wine = Pure Joy

Name a better fall duo… we’ll wait. Head out to Lusso Della Terra Winery in San Miguel for wine tasting and pick out some pumpkins for your front porch. The second annual pumpkin patch will be open Tuesday – Sunday all of October!


Pumpkin Spice Latte, Duh

It’s just not Fall until you’ve sipped your first pumpkin spice latte. Joebella Coffee Roasters is brewing up a taste of Fall with real ingredients at the Paso Market Walk all season long.  


Comfort Food

Fall calls for good food with good people. Indulge in possibly the best fried chicken at The Hatch where wood-fired comfort food and craft cocktails await.


Eberle Wine