JoshWillTravel Explores Historic Cambria

Our friend Josh, from the JoshWillTravel blog, went on the historic tour of Cambria at the end of April, and he took some great pictures in the process! Cambria has some amazing history, and as we celebrate the sesquicentennial, there’s never been a better time to explore. You can check Josh’s pictures out here, and if you want to take the historical tour for yourself, check out the Cambria Historical Society website, create your itinerary and book your stay today!

Photos Courtesy of JoshWillTravel.Wordpress.com. Click here to see his full walking tour experience.

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Santa Rosa Creek Chapel, Photo by JoshWillTravel

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Cambria Historical Museum, Photo By JoshWillTravel

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Historical Plaque, Photo By JoshWillTravel

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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.