As nonessential travel restrictions are loosening in SLO County, Cambria is open and ready to welcome guests back to our charming little oasis on the Central Coast!
However, it’s more important now than ever to follow the CDC guidelines for responsible and respectful travel if you are choosing to venture out again. (Please note that currently, masks are mandatory in public places in the state of California.) This guide will have answers to your questions and tips for #SafeTravels as you plan your next getaway.
Cambria’s lodging properties are taking various extra measures in response to COVID-19. Some of the things you may notice are extra cleaning protocols in public spaces and in guest rooms, no snacks or beverages in rooms, no extra pillows or towels, intentional vacancy periods after guest stays, and limited use of shared amenities. Every measure is in place for the safety of guests and staff.
Currently, indoor dining at restaurants is not permitted, and wineries are not offering indoor service. However, many are open for outdoor dining or wine tasting, and most continue to offer take-out and delivery options, as well. (Note: Cambria has plenty of picnic spots with picturesque views!) If you aren’t sure what a restaurant is offering, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
Beaches & Trails
Some state parks and beaches are still closed, but all beaches in Cambria are open! Please respect others by remaining socially distant, and remember not to leave behind any litter. Most trails in Cambria are also open, but some have specific directions in place to help visitors maintain social distancing. Take advantage of these wide open spaces for safe fun and fresh air.
Shops & Other Businesses
Every business has different requirements for guests, so it’s important to pay attention to all signage and respect the safety guidelines for each storefront. Many have limited occupancy, and masks will be required.
What to Pack
There are a few essentials that you’ll want to be sure to bring in order to be a responsible traveler. Check out our helpful packing checklist to make sure you’re prepared! (Don’t forget your mask!)