- TripBuzz discovered 55 different types of activities for couples in the Cambria area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Moonstone Cellars), Parks (like Shamel Park), Horseback Riding (like Outback Trail Rides) and Hiking Trails (like Fiscalini Ranch Preserve), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 93 date ideas in or near Cambria, California, including 72 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Paso Robles, Morro Bay, Atascadero and San Simeon.
The Paso Robles wine region contains many fine wineries and vineyards, and the Tablas Creek Vineyard is a perennial favorite. The winery welcomes visitors and holds guided tours several times every day. Reservations are highly recommended.
Located inside Hearst Castle, the National Geographic Theater presents the film 'Hearst Castle: Building A Dream' on a screen eight times larger than a traditional movie screen. The impressive theatre features state of the art sounds and ornate 17th century tapestries throughout.
Elephant Seal Rookery is a delightful stop along California Highway 1 and serves to protect the Elephant Seals and their pups. Visitors can observe the elephant seals as they lounge, play and swim while learning about their history.
Founded by the Nichols and Quinn families, Opolo Vineyards is one of the largest and most elegant in Paso Robles. The property includes 280 acres of close-grown grape vines. Opolo Vineyards specializes in Syrah, Muscat, Zinfandel and Sangiovese wines.
Adelaida Cellars is a refined winery in Paso Robles that sits on over 600 acres of land. Visitors are welcome daily, and are encouraged to tour the grounds before visiting the tasting room. Adelaida Cellars sells bottled wines in its tasting room and accepts telephone orders.
Recently re-opened at downtown Paso Robles, Westberg Cellars is a small family-owned winery. They have a great collection of wines, especially the whites, and all are priced in a very affordable range. The staff is cordial and helpful.
The James Dean Junction is a site that serves as a memorial for the famous actor, who passed away in a car crash. The site, which includes a plaque that discusses the famous actor, is near a restaurant that sells James Dean memorabilia.