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Who knows how long the earth has supplied man with the warm mineral waters that bubble up throughout the countryside of Paso Robles, but at least as far back as the times of local Native Americans, people have been luxuriating in their healing properties. The thermal springs residing under the ground at...

Early Spring is peak season to see Grey Whales on their migration path, and Humpback and Blue continue their migration into Summer months. Enjoy the...

The view for Hole 15. Small town charm and world class golf Hunter Ranch Golf Course, a short drive from the heart of Paso Robles, is a popular destination...

–Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery has launched the Central Coast’s first wine country helicopter excursions. The stunning Mediterranean gardens...

Visit Carnegie Library in downtown Paso Robles park. Inside a glass case in the historic Carnegie Library is a rusted spice box and a spread of coins from...

Actors dress up in period costumes for the holiday tours. –Hearst Castle is now offering “Holiday Twilight Tours,” where the public can experience...

A helicopter tour takes off from Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery. Courtesy photo. –Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery has launched the...

Cambria Scarecrow Festival’s Second Place, Theme Award Adult winner and First Place in the 67th Annual Pinedorado Parade: Tic Toc, created by Susan...

– Castoro Cellars opened its state-of-the-art 18-hole disc golf course and informational ranch tour in the late summer of last year. Now, one year...

  This year’s festival is themed, ‘A Magical Place’ Evolving from the first festival in 2009 with 30 scarecrows lining the sidewalks and streets...