Getting Here & Getting Around
Located a mere 3-hour drive from Los Angeles and San Francisco, Paso Robles is the perfect, easily accessible getaway spot for travelers seeking a truly authentic California wine country adventure steeped in Paso's warm, colorful spirit. Upon arrival, you'll immediately sense Paso's hospitality in a city that's refreshingly easy to explore. Hope to see you soon!
Come and visit beautiful Paso Robles, California. The Downtown City Park located between 11th and 12th Streets is the place to begin your adventure as you leave your worries behind. For the traveler seeking a truly authentic California wine country accommodation, Paso Robles is the place to be.
You will enjoy meandering through our historic downtown where you will find boutiques featuring California wine gifts, fine and casual dining, candy shops, cheese and olives for your tasting pleasures. Our local tasting rooms feature the best of Paso Robles wineries.
Visit our Visitor’s Center at 1225 Park Street for additional information to plan your stay.
From The North
Take US 101 South. Downtown Paso Robles is accessible by using the 17th Street exit, turn left on Riverside, right on 13th Street, left on Park Street. The center of downtown is the City Park, located at 12th and Park.
From The South
Take US 101 North. Downtown Paso Robles is accessible by using the Spring Street offramp. Then follow Spring Street north. The center of downtown is the City Park, located at the corner of 12th and Spring.
From The East
Take Highway 46 or 41 from Interstate 5 and the valley, they will bring you right into town on 24th Street. To get downtown, turn left onto Spring Street.
From Cambria And San Simeon
Take Highway 1 South. Three miles past Cambria will be Highway 46 (Green Valley Road), turn left going east toward Paso Robles, then take US 101 North. Downtown Paso Robles is accessible by using the Spring Street offramp. Then follow Spring Street north.
From Morro Bay
Take Highway 41 East to Atascadero then US 101 North. Downtown Paso Robles is accessible by using the Spring Street offramp. Then follow Spring Street north.
Commercial Air Transportation
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport
Santa Maria Public Airport
Santa Barbara Municipal Airport
San Jose International Airport
Oakland International Airport
San Francisco International Airport
Los Angeles International Airport
Places To Stay
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