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Paso Robles, CA 93447

An abundance of recreational and leisurely activities await you in Paso Robles and its surrounding areas. Whether you prefer a challenging round of golf, horseback riding, hiking or biking, Paso Robles really has it all. Many of these activities lead to hidden spots offering peace and serenity in an unspoiled countryside. Don't forget a visit to one of the local mineral hot springs for relaxation at it's best.

Country adventures are perfect for a family outing such as berry picking at local farms, cider tasting at local apple orchards, strolling through exotic herb gardens, visiting a pumpkin and gourd farm or exploring a thoroughbred horse farm or a local alpaca ranch.

Maybe you're an outdoorsman preferring the rugged expedition of hunting or fishing. There is plenty of wildlife in the surrounding countryside including wild boar and turkey, tule elk and quail. If it's a taste of the cowboy culture you're after, we've got you covered with trail rides, calf brandings and genuine ranch experiences.

Lake Nacimiento is nearby and offers water skiing, fishing, sailing, windsurfing and camping. Other lakes in the area include San Antonio Lake, north of Paso Robles and Santa Margarita Lake, southeast of Atascadero.

A trip to Paso Robles wouldn't be complete without a visit to one of the area's cultural landmarks including the Pioneer Museum, Estrella Warbird Museum, Helen Moe Doll Museum, the Calabaza Art Gallery and the Call Booth House. The Carnegie Museum, located in the center of the downtown city park, houses collections of local historical items.
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