Things To Do In Santa Maria

Paintball Package Two, Four, or Eight at The Shack (Up to 51% Off)

The Shack

The Shack Lompoc

Players don masks and harness paintball markers on fields filled with wooden obstacles, tractor tires, and industrial tubing

$50 $25

View Deal

$18 for $40 Worth of Skateboarding — One Way Boardshop

One Way Boardshop

One Way Boardshop

From the merchant: Purchase of this deal will give you five one-day passes. Come skate our indoor skate park.

$40 $18

View Deal

$46 for $99 Worth of Winemaking Classes — Fontes & Phillips

Fontes And Phillips

Fontes And Phillips

From the merchant: Enjoy a two-hour wine sensory class and wine tasting for two; focus on rose, chardonnay, and pinot noir; notes provided

$99 $46

View Deal

$33 for 5K Race Entry for One from Dionysus Dash on Sunday, June 14 ($59.99 Value)

Dionysus Dash

Presqu'ile Winery

Competitors traverse vineyards during 5K that includes wine tastings and encourages Grecian-themed costumes

$59.99 $33

View Deal

All-Day Paintball Package with Equipment Rental for 4, 6, or 12 at Paintball International (Up to 89% Off)

Paintball International

Multiple Locations

Equipped with rental paintball guns and masks, groups vie for supremacy over outdoor fields

$160 $19

View Deal

1-, 6-, or 12-Month Gym Membership with Two Personal-Training Sessions at Custom Workouts (Up to 72% Off)

Custom Workouts

Custom Workouts Personal Training Studio

Each membership comes with two personal-training sessions and most fitness classes (excluding specialty classes, which cost an extra fee)

$279 $79

View Deal

Hop On, Hop Off Wine-Tasting Tour from The Wine Line for Two or Four (Up to 35% Off). Six Options Available.

The Wine Line

Santa Barbara/Paso Robles

Choose between Santa Barbara or Paso Robles for your tour, then hop off the shuttle only at the wineries you want to visit

$140 $99

View Deal

Select Local Merchants

  • Palace Entertainment
    At Boomers!, thrill-seeking families and fun-enabling friends can attack a variety of appealing attractions, including mini golf, batting cages, bumper boats, and the button-mashing joys housed inside the exhilarating game room. The Vista location entertains families of sharpshooters with a blacklight-illuminated laser-tag arena before little ones climb and crawl through the Kidopolis play area. The El Cajon and San Diego locations let rivals celebrate the spirit of competition as they fly past each other in speedy go-karts or have a snail-paced Ferris wheel race at the kid's county fair. Unlimited pass holders at the El Cajon location can also scale the 32-foot-tall climbing wall, which, like America, enables citizens to climb to the top via myriad routes.
    Read More
    2250 N Preisker Ln.
    Santa Maria, CA US
  • The Wine Line
    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
    5475 Chardonnay Ln.
    Santa Maria, CA US
  • CORE Wine Company
    For all its contributions to the wine industry, it's hard to believe that Core Wine Company is just a two-person operation. One half of that family owned operation is David Corey, whose first position in the industry was as a pest-control advisor. He eventually moved from protecting the grapes to producing them himself, and in 2001, he founded Core alongside his wife, wine-pairing expert Becky. Together, the Coreys have concocted several different labels, including Core, Kuyam, and Turchi. Each of those labels features a different background story, and each bears Becky's original artwork and loving fingerprints on its labels. The Coreys share their creations at their Old Town Orcutt shop, where they frequently host events, such as educational tastings of an extraordinarily wide range of wines on the second Wednesday of every month.
    Read More
    Santa Maria Vintner's Park 2115 S. Blosser Rd. Suites 113, 125-126
    Santa Maria, California US
  • Santa Maria Brewing Co
    Twenty years ago, Dan Hilker and Gary Ford decided they could make beer better. It was a bold idea, and one they set about proving by crafting their own bold brews, eventually forming Santa Maria Brewing Co. After two decades, thousands of bottles, and a heaping of local notoriety later, the duo has in many ways done what they set out to. Gary has now retired, leaving Dan to partner with Byron and Karen Moles, who have helped expand the business and train a new generation of brewers. As part of the brewery's wider offerings, Dan and crew opened the Nipomo Tap Room. The taps here flow with Santa Maria Brewing Co favorites from their classic, hoppy California pale ale to their rich, wintry chocolate porter. The bar also serves a limited food menu, but a planned kitchen expansion will make room for chefs to prepare full lunch and dinner menus and to wear the tallest hats they can find.
    Read More
    115 Cuyama Lane
    Santa Maria, CA US
  • Dionysus Dash
    It's a little known fact that in addition to drinking wine, Dionysus loved to run. Especially when someone would give him a prize afterward. The Dionysus Dash fuses all of of these passions into a 5-kilometer route that weaves through scenic vineyards. Run, jog, or walk?participants can take whatever pace they prefer, and costumes (togas and Greek head pieces) are encouraged. Race organizers keep runners hydrated and hand out prizes to the best male and female competitors, while wine tastings and food vendors add to the festivities.
    Read More
    5391 Presquile Drive
    Santa Maria, CA US
  • The Shack Lompoc
    In a field of weeds, dirt, and brush, players sprint between paint-splattered wooden barriers while colorful orbs whiz past. As combatants post up behind giant tractor tires and industrial tubing to settle on plans of attack, refs keep watch to ensure safety and fair play. When off the battlegrounds, teams can prep for future matches by gearing up at the pro shop, which stocks paintball markers, masks, and apparel.
    Read More
    4040 U.S. 101
    Santa Maria, CA US

Groupon Guide