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Dive into Spring Break Family Fun in Paso Robles
Thursday, April 13, 2017
Get ready for spring break, because Paso Robles is ready for you! With something for everyone, whether it be the artsy, touristy, outdoorsy, competitive or adrenaline-seeking family member, Paso Robles guarantees that your spring break with the family will be one for the books.
Art Lovers Unite!
Located in the heart of downtown Paso Robles, Studios on the Park will spark an artistic curiosity in each family member, no matter how old. Help your children discover their artistic style in a flamingo and giraffe painting class. Take a cookie decorating class or get your hands dirty in a splash painting class that your entire family can do together. It’s not too often you get to partake in creative expression with your kids, so include this family-bonding, artistic opportunity into your spring break schedule.
Tour a Bit of Magic
Take your family back in time to experience the 1920s and 30s grandeur of Hearst Castle. After touring the colossal enchanted castle and witnessing its intricate architecture, both parents and children will leave the castle in awe. The magic is inspiring … see for yourself how Hearst Castle compares to the magic, say, at Disneyland. Further this unique family excursion and book a room at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Paso Robles where you can spend quality family time, perhaps by the pool!
Happy Picnic Season
Classic picnics with the family never get old. The Salinas River Trail is a two-mile scenic trail that weaves through greenery, brush, and Paso oak trees. The Salinas River Trail has designated picnic areas to accommodate to your every picnic need. Looking to picnic in true Paso fashion? Have lunch in the center of all Paso buzz and check out the recently redone Downtown Paso Robles City Park. Grab your bikes, pack a lunch, bring your dog (yes, both are dog-friendly!), and enjoy this relaxing, laid-back addition to your spring break vacation.
Wine Tasting (Yes, the kids can come, too!)
Castoro Cellars is the perfect place to wine taste with the whole family. When spring breaking in Paso Robles, parents aren’t the only ones who get to go tasting at the Castoro Cellars. The young children can join the fun do a grape juice tasting! After the whole family quenches their thirst, head to the Whale Rock Disc Golf Course on the Paso Robles Ranch site and play a fun game of disc golf amongst the vineyards and rolling hills. This is perfect for families with children of all ages, as the game is designed for all skill levels. From the Castoro Family to yours, they welcome you.
The Ultimate Thrill Ride
Head to Margarita Adventures in Paso Robles, home to six ziplines that stretch over gorgeous vineyards, Paso Oak trees, valleys, and Santa Lucia mountains. This adrenaline-inducing activity is most popular with families with older kids. The liberating and exhilarating feeling of soaring over the world will not only make your teens smile from ear-to-ear, but will also, quite literally, elevate your spring break experience.
Spending spring break in Paso Robles with your family is a must, and there are so many more activities to do together. Book your stay now!