Cambria…Dogs Allowed!! (We Even Welcome Them)

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Cambria…Dogs Allowed!! (We Even Welcome Them)

In Cambria, we understand that pets aren’t just pets…they’re an important part of the family. From including them in family pics to planning trips around their pups, pet people love their furry family members. If you’re looking for the perfect pet-friendly place to stay on your next road trip, pack up the pooch and head to Cambria. With pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, beaches and hiking trails, you’ll never have to leave Fido at home.

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From ocean front cottages to rustic lodge accommodations, Cambria has a ton of pet-friendly places to stay (and things to do). Whether you like Mexican, Chinese or a juicy steak, we’ve got you covered with several restaurants that offer doggy dining on the patio. You can even enjoy a little coastal wine tasting at the award-winning Harmony Cellars Winery – where pets are welcome! When it’s time to take Fido out for a little exercise, put the pup on a leash and head out for a hike. There are plenty of pet-friendly hiking trails and even a dog park to exercise and socialize your furry friend.

Next time you’re planning a road trip, don’t leave your furry family at home. In Cambria, pets are always welcome! Click here to read about black lab Kayla and her human’s doggy road trip to Cambria.

Highway Closures

Highway 1 Closure

If you're heading to the Central Coast, be sure to be mindful of the stretch of Highway 1, 21 miles north of Cambria. Caltrans is busy with a major construction project to make traveling along the stunning Pacific Coast Highway a safer journey.

Highway 1 Storm Repair Along the Big Sur Coast Due to multiple active slides, State Route 1 is now closed between Ragged Pt. (SLO 72.87) and just south of Nepenthe (Mon 44).

Worried about Highway 1 Road Closures? Cambria and Hearst Castle are easily accessible from Highway 46 West from 101 South of Paso Robles or from northbound Highway 1 from the city of San Luis Obispo. Travelers from the north can easily take Highway 101 as an alternate route to Highway 1, which reduces travel time to Cambria by about 25 minutes.

For the latest road closure information visit the Caltrans website.