STAY WHERE THE WINEGROWER LIVES
Bicycle enthusiasts can begin their
trek through Paso Robles Wine Country back roads from the Christopher
JOYCE Vineyard and Inn.
Whether you wish to venture near
or far, country roads, wineries, and gently rolling hills are at
By car, wander the back roads or
get away from it all on one of our seasonal roads that wind through
the gently rolling hills of our Central Coast. Wild flowers
and wine tasting is the perfect springtime adventure. Wild flowers
abound in Paso Robles Wine Country, especially after a good rainy
Three California Missions – Mission
San Miguel Archangel, Mission San Antonio Padua, and Mission San
Luis Obispo de Tolosa -- are close to Paso Robles and welcome visitors.
Whale watching is a boat ride away
from December through April while sport fishing is available throughout
the year. These water adventures can add unexpected pleasure to
your wine country visit.
Parkfield is a must visit for earthquake
aficionados! This very tiny town with a great big sense of humor
is the site of the Parkfield Experiment, an intense earthquake
study, led the USGS and State of California. Entering Parkfield,
which is located on the San Andreas fault, you will cross the Pacific
and North American tectonic plates.
Architect Julia Morgan’s collaboration
with William Randolph Hearst is yours to enjoy at Hearst Castle
and the Hacienda. Both are close to Paso Robles.
Amazing food is available throughout
the Central Coast Wine Region. Contact the innkeeper for current