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The Grounds

Here at the Kindred Oak Farm we enjoy 20 acres of various topography. We have steep inclines, yet flat pastures and growing areas. Most of our farm is open for guests to walk, explore, forage, photograph. Because of our unique woodland park setting, our farm and the trees, your stay here at Kindred Oak Farm will be an unparalleled experiential visit like no other in the Paso Robles area.

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The Gym Studio

Located at the top section of our property adjacent but not attached to the main house, is our Gym Studio. Here we have some weights, equipment, mats, rollers. There is plenty of space for yoga, stretching or even a massage table. We also have our Peloton spin bike that guests can use to take a live class or pick a class from a large library of pre-recorded. Take in the extraordinary unique view from here, and you will not mind burning off those extra vacation indulgences and maintain your fitness during your stay with us.


The Vineyard

Also on the upper level of the farm, we have over a vineyard of mix of Syrah and Grenache grapes that were planted just about 2 years ago. While we are waiting for them to mature and bear fruit, we are kept busy maintaining them. Immature as they are right now, it makes for a peaceful stroll through the vines.


The Organic Garden

One of our first projects when we purchased the farm was to bring this garden back to its former grandeur. We emptied out the old boxes, created new boxes, put in some gopher abatement and all new fresh organic soil and organic compost. We just finished our first summer garden and prepping for our first winter garden.


The Chicken Coop

There is an existing Chicken coop on the property. We currently do not have chickens, however after a little revamping of the structure to make it more sound against predators, we hope to have some hens in the springtime.


The Fire Pit

This is a new feature that I dreamed up and Rob did the manual labor to create. In one of our prior rose gardens, we placed gravel down for our wood burning fire-pit. Due to heavily wooded area and fire danger in the dryer months, the pit can only be lit by our staff. Fires in the fire-pit will need to be arranged in advance. In order to make your fire experience the best, S’more making kits can be purchased from the staff.


The Patch

This is an area on our upper part of the farm near the entrance road. In late summer, we planted a pumpkin patch. We have plans to plant a cut flower garden for the spring bloom. We are very excited to see the transformation of this area as it is a visible patch from the road and doesn’t offer any visual interest right now.


The Goat Pen

Located between our inside service road and the Patch area, we keep our 4 Nigerian Dwarf goats in a pen that has an attached goat run that leads to a larger pen up near the upper road. We have so much fun with these 4 babies, more than we ever thought we would. I walk them every day and we adventure all around the twenty acres. I take photos and they eat everything they can. They get so excited for their adventure; it is the cutest thing ever. In Spring, we hope to breed the only female and hopefully we can expand our goat family.


The Golf Tee

If you are an avid golfer or just dabble in it as a hobby, you may find our elevated target golf tee entertaining. Rob had a fun time creating a golf tee for his friends it was so much fun they decided to keep it for our guests. The shot is estimated to be about a 135-yard hole with a decline, into the bowl area below by the barn. We have golf balls and clubs available through the staff. Tee cannot be used if other guests are enjoying the barn area below.


The Barn

Our 2-story barn has an empty workshop on the upper level, that offers a blank canvas for a future site. Right now, it could be used for small group workshop. I have plans for a floral arranging workshop and even health seminars. Could be the ideal spot for a yoga class! The lower level of the Barn is our Game Room.


The Game Room

The entertainment hub that is the game room is located on the lower level of the 2-story barn. Here we have a small kitchenette, TV with seating, a pool table, a dart board and music speaker. With a vintage honkey-tonk bar vibe, this place lends itself to a fun time. On the southwest side the game room, just outside its double doors, is our outside kitchen and our horse-shoe pit. On the northwest side of the game room is the large driveway leading up to the barn. This spot would be ideal for some dining tables for a small group event as it also leads to the Bowl area.


The Outside Kitchen

Located right outside the door of the game room, we have the most unique feature, our outside kitchen and dining area. Complete with a gas BBQ, working gas stove top, sink and a wood fire oven. The oven has an inside pizza shelf that many pizzas have been created on. Guests may use this area upon request for cooking meals. The wood fired oven does have to be operated by staff only as it is can pose a fire danger. The dining area is perfectly intimate for two but large enough for a small group. Be ready to feel as if you are camping in the woods with the special views of the creek bed and the trees.


Vintage Outhouse

Since there is no bathroom inside the barn, we do have a working out house just past the horse-shoe pit. This cute little structure has a flushable RV toilet and fresh running water.


The Creek Bed

The creek runs from the horse pasture to the bowl area and borders the barn and the implement back road. This creek used to run full time up until 5 years ago. We are hoping with the rains last year and this year, we may get some water running through it again. Meanwhile, it makes for a great photo opportunity.


The Upper Pasture

The upper pasture is the former 10-acre vineyard and currently is home to the four cows. This is located above the barn and bowl area. This area is also another blank canvas for us to create a special feature for our family and guests to explore. Guests are welcome to explore the acreage. With its flat vastness, the possibilities and the beauty are overwhelming.


The Back Roads

We have three beautiful back roads that are begging to be explored.

The is an upper pasture road is located behind the horse pasture that offers a tranquil walk through the oaks and hillsides. Soon, the area that this walk leads to will be under renovation as a future camping platform.

The Creek-bed back road is on the opposite side of the creek from the Barn. This picturesque area will have you feeling that you are lost in the country hills. With views of the barn, the hillside, the trees. This spot is the perfect location for sunset watching in the summer. In the fall, you are surrounded in the spectacular show of every seasonal color in the fall foliage.

The upper implement back road is just past the bowl area. This walk features a healthy incline that has a beautiful tree covered canopy.


The Bowl

This area is yet another space that will soon be revitalized. We will be doing some landscaping work with decomposed granite ground cover to showcase the beauty of this bowl. With an updated pergola an the natural Amphitheater feel, this will be a perfect spot for an intimate gathering for any celebration for 50 people of fewer.