Tourist Locations of San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo is a city in California state which is located between Los Angeles and San Francisco on the Central Coast. It is one of the oldest communities of California and is founded by Fr. Junipero Serra in 1772. The city is also referred to locally as San Luis or SLO, is the county seat of San Luis Obispo County.

San Luis Obispo County can be reckoned with California’s Natural Escape because here you will find a unique mix of food, wine, recreation, art and culture.

Whenever you visit to San Luis Obispo County. You can spend your day exploring miles of white, sandy beaches, shopping through unique stores and museums, wine tasting or hiking or bicycling in and around the rolling hills. You can also experience world-class surf, stunning peaks and lakes, see a dozen delightful towns and cities, including the City of San Luis Obispo, plus Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Avila Beach, Cambria, Cayucos, Grover Beach, Los Osos – Baywood Park, Morro Bay, Nipomo, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Miguel, San Simeon near Hearst Castle, Templeton and others create a single extended community.

There are outdoor options available which includes wonderful hiking and biking. Whale watching, sport fishing and charter fishing out of Morro Bay or Port San Luis are rewarding ways to spend a day.

Following are some famous spots of San Luis Obispo.

  • Dating from 1874, Ah Louis Store is a survivor from the time when many chinese lived in San Luis Obispo. Now the building housed a Chinese bank and post-office, and was where the town’s Chinese fraternity used to meet.
  • Apple farm features is a working reproduction of a nineteenth-century millhouse with a waterwheel.
  • The Diablo canyon atomic power station is located at 12mi/20km south of San Luis Obispo.
  • Mission San Luis Obispo Tolosa: Once it was a flourishing cattle center and remains as a mission station and today it lies in the center of the city. After secularization, the mission was stated to be the property of Indians and after some years all buildings became decayed.
  • The Montana de Oro State Park is best suited to nature lovers who enjoy mountain biking, horseback riding, and camping.
  • San Luis Obispo Children’s Museum opened the public in 1990. It exhibits ranging from theater performance to fire-fighting. Subjects include health, safety, history, humanities, science, nature, the arts, and the community.
  • The San Luis Obispo County Historical Museum exhibits artifacts of the Chumash Indians, articles from the ranches, and exhibits from the Victorian period, as well as a library specializing in the history of the county.
  • Bishop peak where you encounter many cal poly students. There are some narrow places where the people should concentrate when dog trails are going on. The students should wear shoes because mostly it contains a rocky area and sometimes it can be a dangerous one.
  • San Luis Obispo Botanical garden is one where you can see and learn about different plants and ecosystems of five Mediterranean climate zones, from California and Chile to Australia and South Africa.

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