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There is so much to do during your stay in Paso Robles at Kindred Oak Farm Bed & Breakfast, deciding your adventure is half the fun.
Best Bike Zone
712 Paso Robles St., 805-237-2453
Paso Bike Tours
Offering self-guided tours as well as weekend fully guided tours. They deliver the bike right to our door the night before along with map of suggested routes, helmet and water-bottle!
Paso Bike Tours
A walking tour in downtown Paso Robles discovering food finds, some paired with local wines and brews. 800-979-3370
Hunter Ranch Golf Course
“Small town charm…world class golf.” Located in Paso Robles on Highway 46 East. 805.237.7444
San Luis Co. Golf Courses
For a complete list of golf courses in the area.
Pacific Dunes Riding
There is nothing like a horseback ride along stretches of beach on our beautiful Pacific Ocean. 805.489.8100
Central Coast Trail Rides
Offers many packages at either 1 hour or 1.5-hour rides through several vineyards. You meet them at the designated spot, and they provide everything, even a wine tasting!
Kayaking and more
Central Coast Outdoors
More than just kayaking, Central Coast Outdoors offers guided adventures in Morro Bay’s National Estuary as well as hiking and biking adventures. Call today to schedule your perfect adventure. 888.873.5610
Offering kayak rentals, sales and guided tours. 805.772.6444
River Oaks is a full-service spa and mineral springs.
Friends of the Elephant Seals Rookery
On Hwy 1 seven miles north of San Simeon on the California Central Coast. Open every day/free admission.
California’s premiere visitor attraction and premiere historical monument.
Piedras Blancas Light Station Tours
Construction began in 1874. Tour includes lighthouse and several historical structures.
There’s a world of options in Paso Robles dining establishments. Here are our recommendations:
Paso Robles Restaurants
Open Tuesday through Saturday, serving Country French Cuisine. Reservations are recommended. 805.226.8191
Great authentic Italian food. Reservations are usually necessary. If you make reservations, make sure you make them for Paso Robles, as they have another location in SLO.
A casual place with amazing food and fun cocktails. Food has a wood fired grill theme. Reservations are highly recommended.
Les Petites Canailles
An upscale restaurant with a California meets France themed menu. Atmosphere is a bit on the loud side. Reservations are a must.
California Cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner daily. Located in historic downtown Templeton. Reservations are recommended. 805.434.3204
Thomas Hill Organics
A perfect romantic spot to dine. With outside covered dining, a creative versatile menu, you will have a lovely dining experience. Reservations are recommended.
French Cuisine specializing in seafood. 1032 Pine Street, Paso Robles, 805-227-4100
Northern Italian, 608 12th Street, Paso Robles. 805.226.0300
VERY popular place. They do not take reservations, so it gets crowded on the weekends (noise level is high). Super fun bar as well. Theme is upscale Mexican.
La Cochecha Spanish/Latin
835 12th St., Paso Robles 805-237-0019
A very special and unique restaurant. Reservations are required as it is one seating, communal style per night. Chef Ian, walks the group through courses of food that are paired with wines. He explains the food, the preparation, the wine and the regions and wine making methods. www.sommskitchen.com open most Thursdays – Sundays only.
This place is a local’s favorite. Located in Templeton which is very close. Amazing steaks, lamb, and seafood. Reservations are not required, but I recommend them for the weekends.