Paso Robles Wine Country is the fastest growing wine region in California. With its rolling hills and leafy vineyards, travelers from all over look to Paso Robles for a quick wine country weekend. With a variety of wineries ranging from local wineries to commercial ones.
Downtown Paso Robles
The whimsy and sophisticated Paso Robles scenic downtown begins in the City Park and continues throughout the revitalized historic streets.
Templeton Historical Museum
Incorporated in 1989 this museum houses artifacts and information document the early days of the local area.
Harvest Wine Weekend
In mid-October Paso Robles hosts an open house of local wineries. With over 140 wineries featured, the weekend is packed with winemaker dinners, barbecues, seminars, live music, art and other harvest related activities.
California MidState Fair
The premier central coast fair running from the end of July into August it features concerts, food, animals, exhibits, carnival rides, and so much more.
Paso Robles Pioneer Day
This day is unique not only for why it occurs, but the way it occurs as well and continues to occur as it originally has for 80 years. Held on October 12 1931, it was organized by community volunteers on donations from local businesses, people, and organizations. The goal was to provide a day of community friendship and to celebrate the surrounding area. Most local businesses were closed so that employees can enjoy the celebration. There were to be no charges for any of the events, no commercial concessions and lunch would be provided at no cost. It is then unique because the whole day is FREE.