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  Photography by Skye Pratt. –Spring often comes early to San Luis Obispo County. Abundant rains in early winter months followed by lazy warm days bring out the best of nature’s displays – wildflowers. Probably the most popular spot for folks who love wildflowers is found in the eastern part of...

Shangri-La Ranch offers stunning views of Santa Margarita Lake. For a tour of native California beauty, Shangri-La Ranch Adventures in Santa Margarita...

Tour company offers the biggest thrill in wine country —The adults say it’s fun, the kids call it cool and everyone agrees that it’s an unforgettable...

The couple recently introduced another option for adventure seekers- Motorcycle tours! Awaken your adventurous spirit with horseback riding, a 4×4...

Watch the first person vantage point video above: Margarita Adventures 2,800-foot “Double Barrel” zipline one of California’s longest, fastest...

Explore this slice of the old west SANTA MARGARITA TRAVEL GUIDE – This small town is an oasis of rural country life nestled in the heart of the...

The Educated Gardener in Santa Margarita is a tranquil, colorful delight Some of Simone Smith’s earliest and fondest memories are of spending time in...

Local vendors offer historical and cultural treasures The Barn Antiques & Unique poetically preserves the legacy of the building it’s housed in...

Riders pause to take in view of Santa Margarita Lake. A hidden paradise for horses…and riders, too Victoria McBride named her 100-acre horse ranch Shangri-La...

Wine country adventure like no other We usually think of zip lining as an adventurous activity that we might do when vacationing in Costa Rica, Ecuador,...