Located just 10 miles away in Santa Maria on Clark Avenue, this impressive winery and vineyard is worth a visit. One of the most breathtaking tasting rooms on the planet, with impressive wines and a great view. Prepare to spend hours there lounging in their gardens.
Drive South to the Santa Maria Valley and enjoy the panoramic views of the valley while you relax and drink up their subtle wines.
“The drive on Foxen Canyon is through the wine country. Many great wineries along the way. Foxen is nice spot for a picnic lunch.”
“Beautiful park with yons of green space. Also has a full 18 hole disc golf course. ”
“South of Guadalupe, CA lies an extraordinary and unique nature preserve. Featuring towering 550 foot high dunes-the tallest on the west coast-and the Santa Maria River Estuary, not only is this park beautiful but it is also ecologically significant. AKA Main Street Beach or Guadalupe Beach, Rancho Guadalupe Dunes Preserve is a great place to surf, fish, hike, take photos, view wildlife, and simply enjoy nature. Please note that the surf can be very dangerous at this location. Part of the Dunes are closed between March 1st and October 1st for the protection of the western snowy plover’s breeding and nesting habitat.”
“This place has a ton of different beers on tap, as well as some of the best pizza in the city. ”
“A beautiful winery tucked in the valley with an old church and picnic area. A great place to sit outside and enjoy a glass of wine, but it takes about 20 mins to get to from Santa Maria.”