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Endless panoramic views and soul-soothing countryside drives, rolling hills of vineyards and a national award-winning historic downtown all conjure up favorite visuals of Paso Robles.

At the heart of this town lies the Paso Robles City Park, with over four acres of tree-lined walkways, creating the perfect rendezvous for summer music concerts, car shows, holiday extravaganzas and grand wine tastings. Welcoming eateries, tasting rooms, and boutiques all beckon within walking distance. Each July, the entire area comes to life with the sights and sounds of the California Mid-State Fair.

With over 200 wineries now residing in this region, offering top quality Pinot Noirs, Zinfandels and Petite Syrahs to name a few, olive oil producers are on the rise in the area, as well. Nearby Lake Nacimiento with its 165 miles of shoreline is especially popular for water skiing, boating, and great White Bass fishing. Lake San Antonio offers an abundance of wildlife, camping and fishing while proudly hosting the annual Wildflower Triathlon each spring.

El Paso de Robles (The Pass of the Oaks) was known as “Hot Springs” early on by the missionaries and area’s Native Americans. These soothing thermal baths, considered a popular destination for health and well-being, are still alive and well today. Just one of the many sources of relaxation and rejuvenation this multi-faceted area provides.