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The 880-acre Pismo Preserve was officially opened on January 25, 2020 following six years of fundraising, design, permitting and construction. Purchased by the Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County in 2014, the preserve offers exceptional experiences for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Over...

If you like plants and learning about how things grow, then you’ll enjoy a visit to the San Luis Obispo Botanical Gardens. Especially since this...

Western pond turtles catch some sun rays. Maybe it’s not well known and probably it gets passed by often, but the Pismo Nature Center and the Oceano...

The state park offers Central Coast natural wonders Montana De Oro is a stunning state park that has over 12 square miles of rugged cliffs, secluded sandy...

Pack a picnic, bring the entire family & enjoy a day at the park Dinosaur Cave Park is a beautiful oceanside, all-age and dog-friendly open space...

The thin, weary bear wandered through the brush and along the sand dunes, down to the edge of a lake among the dunes. He stopped and sniffed the air before...

Considered by many to be one of the last California vintage surf towns, Cayucos is a surprising fusion of small town soul with a world beat. Its village...

While fundraising efforts continue, The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County is approaching the home stretch of the construction of visitor-serving...

Big changes are coming, soon the course will be expanding into a golf resort by late next year Paso Robles is famed for its exceptional wines, gorgeous...

Labyrinth at Sycamore Mineral Springs along the Bob Jones Trail. Where on the California Central Coast is the best place to hike, bike or take a stroll...