Beaches & Trails

San Simeon Point Trail

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Beginning at Hearst Castle Beach State Park, you can walk along the beach for about a quarter mile, eventually coming to a dirt trail. Ascend the hillside and head up along the bluff for a round-trip hike of about 2.5 miles. This hike is family-and dog-friendly, though dogs must be on leashes.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Cambria by Bike

One of the best ways to explore Cambria is on two wheels. Take advantage of the cycling-friendly community and tour the town on your bike (or on a bike that you rent from one of these lodging properties ). There are hidden gems all over Cambria, so hop on—let’s discover them all. This itinerary was …

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Bluff Trail

Walk the Bluff Trail of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve with a docent. Enjoy the Ranch and ocean views as we learn about seaweed, sea mammals, birds, and the plants along the Bluff Trail.

Salmon Creek Trail

North of Ragged Point on Highway 1, this secluded trailhead offers views of the ocean and some pretty impressive waterfalls. As you hike further down the trail, there are steep hills, campgrounds, and lush natural surroundings that will make you feel like you’re worlds away from civilization. The best part: every time you come out …

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Harmony Headlands State Park

In a secluded and peaceful setting along Highway 1, eight miles south of Cambria in between Harmony and Cayucos, Harmony Headlands State Park sits unassumingly along the coast, secretly home to pristine, diverse natural beauty and a dramatic coastline. A 1.5-mile trail from the parking lot extends west to coastal marine terrace grassland with steep …

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