Things To Do In Paso Robles


Select Local Merchants

  • Wine Country Perks by RedAwning
    Not everyone who goes on vacation wants to stay at a hotel—they’d prefer the extra space and full kitchens of a vacation rental. But picking out and then actually reserving and paying for a rental property can be tricky, which is why Tim Choate founded RedAwning.com, a website that brings the benefits of easy hotel-style reservations to vacation rentals. RedAwning.com offers thousands of rental properties in the US, Mexico, and Costa Rica, including studio cottages and houses with hot tubs, pools, and six or more bedrooms. A live reservations staff is on hand to answer questions both before and after you book your stay, and a concierge gives you access to exclusive perk cards and discounts on everything from wine tours to ski-lift tickets to spacecraft rentals.
    Read More
    1437 Wild Horse Winery Ct.
    Paso Robles, CA US
  • Passport Central Coast
    Passport Central Coast celebrates the rich viticultural heritage of California's Paso wine region with all-access passes to the area's finest wineries and olive-oil producers. After clients pick up their passports at Clavo Cellars or Kaleidos winery, they embark on a delicious journey through different wineries and olive-oil producers, enjoying complimentary tastings of local reds and whites, passport stampings, and honorary citizenship at each vineyard. As guests sample crisp chardonnays, flavorful tempranillos, and robust extra-virgin olive oils, they bask in the warm, fuzzy feeling that Passport Central Coast donates part of its proceeds to a different local nonprofit each week.
    Read More
    3770 Willow Creek Rd.
    Paso Robles, CA US
  • First Crush Winery
    Paso Robles doesn't have one climate. Instead, it encompasses a diverse cluster of microclimates and a correspondingly diverse array of wineries. The grapes that ripen on their vineyards here vary widely in flavor and harvest date, and the resulting wines are predictably eclectic even though they all hail from the same region. With First Crush Wine Experience, wine enthusiasts can sample the region's bounty—and even stomp on its grapes. Hands-on, multi-day tours let participants follow a bottle of wine from vine to finished product and on some trips, participants get to custom blend their own bottle of wine. The company's seminars, meanwhile, focus on topics such as honing the palate to help wine drinkers better differentiate between wine and wine-flavored Gatorade.
    Read More
    2995 Pleasant Rd
    San Miguel, CA US
  • Tri-California Events
    If you ask the team at Tri-California Events what a triathlon is all about, you might hear about swimming, biking and running, but what you?ll hear the most about is how fun they are. As each racing season emerges, the team gets to work running fun races from the mud-filled MORE Obstacle Course in the spring to Scott Tinley?s Triathlon in fall, replete with on-road and off-road options. One of their most popular events is the Wildflower Triathlon, now one of the largest triathlons in the world. During this packed event many athletes camp out for the weekend to ensure a memorable experience and to make s'mores as race fuel.
    Read More
    2610 San Antonio Road
    Bradley, CA US
  • Villa Creek Cafe
    Villa Creek Cafe in Paso Robles is known for its tasty eats. The menu at Villa Creek Cafe is loaded with gluten-free and low-fat options. Ready for a drink to unwind? At Villa Creek Cafe, you can pair your meal with something from their full bar. Have a few picky young eaters in the family? Not a problem at Villa Creek Cafe, where the food and ambience are perfect for family dining. Enjoy discounted food and drinks at Villa Creek Cafe's happy hour. The private room at Villa Creek Cafe is an excellent option when you're heading out with a big group for a night of celebration. Come order a flavorful feast at Villa Creek Cafe, and sit outside if it's nice! Fridays and Saturdays really bring in the crowds, so make sure there's space for you by calling ahead for a reservation. Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Villa Creek Cafe, known for its laid-back ambience. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go. The restaurant has catering services as well. Park on the street for easy access to name. A night out here can be a bit pricey, so prepare to shell out a bit more.
    Read More
    1144 Pine St
    Paso Robles, CA US
  • The Wine Wrangler
    The Wine Line wants to change the way you tour California wineries. Rather than relying on regimented schedules and a set itinerary, it gives you the freedom to hop on and off a shuttle to experience new varietals at your own pace. In Paso Robles, well-versed drivers service more than 30 West Side, East Side, and downtown wineries. In Santa Barbara, they cruise along such hallowed grounds as Foxen Canyon and Los Olivos, offering about 30 wineries from which to choose. No matter where you are, you can opt to prolong your sips and wait for the next shuttle, which returns approximately every 40 minutes.
    Read More
    800 Pine St
    Paso Robles, CA US
Advertisement