April, 2017

Paso Robles Wine Festival

Paso Robles Wine Festival: Paso Robles is home to California’s newest wine country and the close proximity to Cambria means you can explore wine tasting by day, and bring back a bottle of your favorite local libation to enjoy at the coast!  This year, we celebrate the 35th annual Paso Robles Wine Festival from May 18-21.   Wine and Dine: This year’s event kicks off with two fabulous dinners. Select an all-inclusive four-course winemaker dinner with four of Paso’s best producers at Thomas Hill Organics’ collaborative winemaker dinner.  Or choose an all-inclusive family-style, big bottle, wine share dinner at the Hatch, […]
March, 2017
Big Sur Coast California

Wildflowers – Spring Super Bloom

Wildflowers Super Bloom: Wet winters turn into colorful springs as the hills erupt in blocks of color. With the winter we just experienced, this spring is surely to be a Super Bloom.  Wildflowers along the Central Coast are the most visible in April and May.  You will see them along the roads and if you want to find out more about each variety, be sure to visit the Cambria Wildflower Show. There are samples of all of the native species so you can identify them when you see them in the wild.   Where to look: Moonstone Beach and all […]
February, 2017
Highway 1 Road Trip

Highway 1 Road Trip

Highway 1 Road Closure: A major attraction to California, the Highway 1 coastal route offers breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and the remarkable coast communities along the way.  But, sometimes the iconic road trip you planned takes a different route. Our recent adverse weather conditions have created some major issues that will not be resolved for some time.  The Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge in the Big Sur area will have to be removed and replaced and there is no definite date on when that will happen, so at this time, there is no way to traverse Highway 1 between Carmel […]
January, 2017

Preserving the Fiscalini Ranch

A major attraction to Cambria, the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve offers unparalleled views of the Pacific Ocean and 436 acres of trails for explorations and enjoyment.  The trails are marked and are accessible for all skill levels.  The ranch is open to the public from sunrise to sunset with clearly marked trails.  There are guided docent walks that spotlight the various flora and fauna along the ranch, the biodiversity within this property houses many interesting species. History of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve: What we know now as the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve was first inhabited by native Salinan and Chumash tribes, possibly […]