Get Ready to Boogie on the Bluff to Benefit United Way of SLO County

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Put your dancing shoes on (or take your shoes off for a barefoot boogie) and come on down to the SeaCrest for the 2016 Boogie on the Bluff benefit concert, October 23, 2-5pm. This year’s annual event promises to be another noteworthy Pismo Beach style celebration to delight you and positively impact our great community.

As the biggest fundraiser of the year for United Way of San Luis Obispo County, this community gathering is more than just a good time. ALL proceeds from ticket sales, raffle tickets, auction items, and cash donations go directly to support community causes in SLO County through United Way activities. Come out and enjoy yourself, knowing you can make a difference while you dance.

Grammy award winning musician, Louie Ortega, will be cranking out great live entertainment along with his friends, Dean Giles, Rob Espinosa, Frank Paredes, and Randy Pybas. Enjoy the music all day along with delicious food.

Donations come from local businesses, wineries, breweries and restaurants to make every aspect of the event happen. Stages, tents, beach canopies, food, wine, beer, auction items, the gorgeous location, and dozens of hours of volunteer time are all donated to bring Boogie on the Bluff to you. A huge thank you to all of our local sponsors and donors.

Learn more about the event and continue to stay tuned for up to date info as we count down to Boogie on the Bluff:

United Way Event Page & Ticket Sales

Facebook Event Page

YouTube Event Video


Tickets are on sale now. Beach cabanas are already sold out. Get your tickets soon before the event is entirely sold out. Support the United Way and have a great time.

$35 Pre-Sale $40 at the door.

Free event parking will be available at Shell Beach Elementary School, 2100 Shell Beach Rd. Thank you to SLO Safe Ride for providing a complimentary shuttle service.

And, if you want to boogie the night away and stay for the whole weekend, the SeaCrest is not only proud to host this event but we are also extending a special rate for event attendees. Have a great time at the SeaCrest OceanFront Hotel in Pismo Beach with 20% discount on your room when you attend Boogie on the Bluff and stay October 22-25, 2016. Use booking code: BOB16. (Restrictions apply.)

Thank you to our sponsors: PG&E, County of San Luis Obispo, Left Coast Tees, San Luis Print & Copy, Golden1, SLO Safe Ride, Got You Cover’D, KSBY6, Muir Music, Print Pal, Promotional Concepts, and The Sign Place!

The Best Pismo Beach Trails by Foot, Horseback or Mountain Bike

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Imagine the warm sun on your face and a fresh ocean breeze at your back as you explore scenic trails right in our very own backyard paradise – Pismo Beach and the surrounding area. Whether adventuring by foot, horseback or mountain bike, there are miles of great trails for everyone.

In fact more than 15 trails of varying difficulty (from easy to strenuous) are calling you to venture out just minutes from Pismo Beach’s central point, the Pismo Beach Pier. Set your itinerary and get ready for scenery to leave you wanting more.  

Hiking/Running Trails

Watch the time fly by as the miles pass under your feet along these top trails, ranked best Pismo Beach hiking trails by the park visitors themselves:

  • Dinosaur Caves Park boasts a vista view cliff walk and is a great place to stretch your legs after a long drive, enjoy the sunset or walk your dog. If you’re feeling extra adventurous you can descend the stairs and explore the actual caves at the sea’s edge below.
  • At Pismo State Beach you may spy a pod of playful dolphins as you stroll along the length of soft sand and gentle lapping tides. This lovely respite is known as one of the best walking beaches along the Central Coast.
  • For a quick and easy walk or run, try the Bob Jones Trail. This 3-mile city to the sea paved pathway inspires walkers and joggers alike to consistently rave about this shaded natural sanctuary.

Horseback Trails

Whether at morning, midday or sunset, there is something uniquely magical about trotting on horseback out in nature. Pismo Beach offers both beach riding and trail riding in locations well known for their stunning beauty. Make time to explore one of these wonderful trails by horseback and enjoy making Pismo Beach memories to last a lifetime.

  • Ride along the spectacular 5 ½ miles of sand dune trails and sandy beach at Oceano Dunes. This park, shared by joggers, dog walkers and off road vehicles is a favorite recreation escape and one of the most popular parks in the whole state.
  • To enjoy more of a vista view of San Luis Obispo, ride along the beautiful Madonna Mountain behind the Madonna Inn.

If you have your own horse and live in the area you may know these trails well. Let this short list be a reminder to you to get out and enjoy the paradise we call home here in Pismo Beach. If you are bringing your own horse into the area there are great boarding opportunities, like Pacific Dunes Ranch, where your horse will enjoy a Pismo Beach vacation just like you. And, if you don’t keep your own horse, the stables in town are delighted to set you up with everything you need for a special adventure. Check out Pacific Dunes Ranch & RV Resort or Madonna Inn Trail Rides for a full, guided trail ride experience.   

Mountain Bike Trails

As Pismo Beach is located where the mountains meet the sea, the mountain bike riding is as epic as the scenery.

Two local favorite trail circuits are

  • the Montana De Oro State Park with various levels of difficulty, elevation and scenery available in one stunning park and
  • the Johnson Park Ranch with connector over to Irish Hills, a network of easy to moderate riding with grassy hills and a beautiful view of San Luis Obispo.

Visit the SLO Bicycle Club for more info about both road and mountain bike riding in the area.   

Complete the day with R&R…

However you like to conquer the trail, let yourself wind down your adventure with a full restoration at the SeaCrest OceanFront Hotel. Soak your toes in one of our three hot tubs and wake up rested and ready for your next adventure.  Book your getaway today.

Pismo Preserve Update: Phased Opening Announced by Land Conservancy


We know, we know – us too. We all can’t wait to come out to see the new Pismo Preserve.

While we thought the opening would be this fall (late fall 2016) – we are all going to have to wait a little bit longer (now scheduled for late 2018).

“Many exciting milestones have been reached, but the preserve is not yet ready for full and open public use,” Kaila Dettman, the conservancy’s executive director said.

We are promised (and we trust) it will be well worth the wait. When it finally does open, the Pismo Preserve is expected to be one of the Central Coast’s most spectacular and most utilized recreational areas ever.

Why the delay?

The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County has reported unanticipated planning code and environmental requirements in the construction process which will ultimately make the 900 acre park safe and ready for the public’s heavy use of the park. These additions include sidewalks, a retaining wall in the preserve’s main parking lot and restrooms off Mattie Road in Pismo Beach. A mile-long handicapped-accessible trail also is planned, which will allow this Pismo Beach treasure to be used by everyone who wants to delight in it.

“While the Land Conservancy would love to open the preserve, we have an obligation to all stakeholders to do this right, and we will not proceed with a project that does not meet all the needs of the community, the needs of the land and the requirements of environmental law,” said Dettman.

In the interim, Pismo Preserve lovers, do not despair. We are being gifted with sneak previews to accompany our healthy anticipation of the official grand opening with full recreational access, currently pushed to late 2018.

“The public will have opportunities to get out on the preserve,” said Jim Patterson of Atascadero, a conservancy board member and former county supervisor. “We just can’t open completely until some additional construction issues get taken care of.”

Since the grand opening is happening later than expected, The Land Conservancy is making plans to open the property for recreational access in phases. The Land Conservancy, in conjunction with agency partners, is coordinating the following:

1. Docent Led Hikes

The conservancy plans to give the public limited, pre-scheduled, docent-led tours of the preserve as well as guided hikes and equestrian and mountain bike rides. This access should be available by the end of this year.

2. Special ‘Preview’ Open Days

Starting as early as spring 2017, the land conservancy is planning to open the Pismo Preserve for occasional ‘open days’ where visitors will be able to register at the entrance, explore the Preserve and sign themselves out.

“We recognize that our community is anxious to explore and experience the property. In an effort to give people opportunities to enjoy the Preserve during the construction phase, we are working with our agency partners to allow structured access while we push forward to construct the park amenities,” Dettman said.

Plenty of other Pismo Beach Trails

While patience will be required until the Preserve officially opens, Pismo Beach offers a myriad of other trails to satiate your craving for beautiful Central Coast recreation. Check out any of the hundreds of miles of local trails to explore on foot, horseback or bike.

And, when you’re ready to rest your weary feet at the end of the trail, book a Pismo Beach getaway at the SeaCrest. Paradise awaits you in Pismo Beach.

Fall Harvest at the Pismo Beach Farmers Market


A California Cornucopia

As summer rolls into fall, evenings begin to cool off and shorten. The beaches get less crowded and students turn their attention back to school. In many ways the shifting of this season may seem like a closing or an ending. In other ways however, the season truly marks a beginning – a fresh turn on the calendar page as well as in the kitchen and at the dining table.

Fall harvest is a time to celebrate the seasonal shift that leads us into a sequence of feasts and fresh fall fare. Local farmers’ markets throughout the county provide convenient and colorful access to fresh picked local-grown favorites like pears and apples (think apple butter and apple cider, yum!), pumpkins galore along with other squash varieties and hearty vegetables. Come taste for yourself the joy of local harvest Wednesdays 3-7pm at the Pismo Pier. You’ll find great harvest selections to purchase and take home to cook, along with prepared food like roasted corn and fresh baked pies that can serve as appetizer and dessert – the market is a true California cornucopia worth celebrating.

A Community of Farmers and Families

Because Pismo Beach is a small town at heart, local flavor is a key component that sparks the magic of this close knit community. The farmers all know each other and make it a joyful point to get to know their customers as well. Go ahead and introduce yourself as you purchase your local bounty. The farmers appreciate learning about you and your family, and you never know when or where you might see them again!

Other fun continues at the local farms right around Pismo Beach. Check out Avila Valley Barn where you can buy the fresh picked fruit and vegetables grown right there on the land as well as pick up a pie or bakery treat. You may also take a hayride, see farm animals or pick your own pumpkin.

The harvest celebration begins with the first harvests of the fall fruits and vegetables and continues all fall season. If you want to enjoy the best of the local winery harvest, come back for the local Harvest Tasting Celebration in November. You can tour the whole Edna Valley wine country during open house tasting events at participating San Luis Obispo wineries or settle yourself at one of the wineries for a memorable day of wine tasting and pairing with fresh local cuisine.

Plan your own fall harvest adventure with a stay at SeaCrest OceanFront Hotel and a bountiful shop at the Pismo Beach Farmers Market.

The Perfect Itinerary for a Last Minute Summer Vacation in Pismo Beach

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Don’t let the fast-flying hazy days of summer pass you by altogether. There’s still time to steal away for a Central Coast getaway.

Whether you’re feeling sun-kissed and forever young this summer and can’t get enough or you’ve been hard at work and trying to get away but just haven’t been able to, summer is still burning hot.

Whenever you’re ready, pack your overnight bag and follow these simple steps to a perfect last-minute summer vacation in Pismo Beach.

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September is California Wine Month, the Perfect Time for Pismo Beach


Calling all wine connoisseurs. Actually, any and all wine lovers! There is no better time to visit Pismo Beach than September. It’s California Wine Month.

September 2016 marks the 12th annual harvest season kickoff in California’s wine country. Now is the perfect time to sit back with your finest selection and toast in style. The month long harvest celebration includes more than 50 festivals, winemaker dinners with farm-to-table culinary delights, concerts, tours, and classes. September is the ideal time to dive deep into the best of California culture and make memories you’ll savor long after the last drop of wine is gone.

Harvest Events

Up and down the coast, vintners prepare their wines and vineyards to host unique events and delight visitors. You can choose the flavor of your adventure – from down home with your sleeves rolled up to high style black tie.

Pick your own grapes and then witness the magical transformation nature’s jewels make to become your favorite wines. Or get personal and mingle one on one with your favorite winemaker. Practice pairing your favorite wines with culinary offerings, many of them created in partnership with local chefs and local ingredients. Or, if high style is calling, let yourself be served like a king or queen at one of the many harvest dinners up and down the coast. Design your own harvest celebration your way. Check out Discover California for information about all the local happenings. 

Touring and Tasting

For a traditional adventure, you may stick to touring and tasting as the local wineries are open all month long to showcase their best. Many of them have mail order programs so you can stay in stock all year long once you discover your favorites. During September’s California Wine Month the vintners are readily available to answer questions, share about their distinguished specialties, and even serve you or taste with you. It’s a time when the California wineries shine with pride.

Especially this year after prolonged drought for months and even years, the grapes harvested and the wines produced are done so with extreme measures. The land and the fruits are nourished with more care than ever this season. Check out this link to central coast wine country info or, for even more adventure this one for an actual map where you can plan your vineyard treasure hunt.

The SeaCrest OceanFront Hotel in Pismo Beach is a short drive from many of the finest vineyards in Central California’s wine country. As a friendly reminder, if you’re planning to enjoy a day of wine tasting do not hesitate to use a designated driver or hire one. We can connect you with some local options. Be safe and harvest the time of your life during this September’s California Wine Month.

4 Ways to Create Your Own Central Coast Healing Retreat


Ahhh. When you think about a Central Coast getaway, can’t you just feel the serenity come over you? Rest and rejuvenation, peace and beauty – California’s Central Coast is known for its healing properties and tranquility.

Summer is waning but there is still plenty of time to toss a bathing suit and a journal in a bag, walk out the door, and return to a greater sense of self, through your own personal healing retreat. Feed your body and soul with the plentiful gifts Pismo Beach and the surrounding Central Coast towns have to offer. Here are just a few of the many ways to nourish yourself this summer and beyond:

1. Find Inspiration in Art

Pismo Beach is a breathtaking expanse of beauty. The land and ocean come together in picturesque vistas of colors, textures, and shapes that remind us what it means to be alive.

This beauty acts as ongoing inspiration for hundreds of local artists, and can inspire the artist in you as well.

On the first Sunday of each month you’ll find Art in the Park, a collection of more than 100 local artists sharing and selling their art in a festival-style outdoor venue at Dinosaur Caves Park in Shell Beach. You’ll find paintings, sculptures, glass art, pottery, jewelry, and more. It’s one of the regularly occurring local events that make Pismo Beach an extraordinary destination.

Any day or evening you can also get your own paint brush wet at the Art Bar in SLO (San Luis Obispo). Here you can sip on a good glass of wine and be guided by renowned artists in painting your own beautiful canvas based on that afternoon or evening’s theme painting.

If you just want to become inspired, you’ll find art at local boutiques and on display at local restaurants and other venues all over the Pismo Beach and Central Coast region. 

2. Immerse Yourself in Water

One of the most healing actions you can take for your body is to immerse in water. Pismo Beach and the entire Central Coast region have an abundance of opportunities to do just so. Of course you can hit the beach and immerse your body in the swaying salt water of the great Pacific Ocean. A day in the sun and surf will reset your chemistry unlike any other combination.

There are also a number of renowned healing hot springs in SLO County, where you can nourish your skin and bones with mineral rich healing waters from morning to night, in public or private settings. If you travel a few quick minutes north from Pismo Beach, you will also find the extraordinary opportunity to surrender in a float tank. Or look for practitioners to hold and massage you in the water, a unique form of massage called Watsu or Waterdance. The buoyancy of massage while floating allows a far greater release than on a table. Feel for yourself and you might never go home.

3. Yoga and Other Healing Movement Arts

If an active release is more your chosen path to a healing retreat, nourish your body with world class yoga, tai chi, Qigong, contact improv, ecstatic dance, and other movement. For SLO County doesn’t mean slow. This is one region that is definitely moving and shaking. Whatever your specific activity is, you’ll find well known instructors, facilitators, musicians, and even DJ’s leading heart opening events all the time – indoors and outdoors. The Pismo Beach and Central Coast is known for its conscious movement community – one you can make your own, even for a day.

4. Hit the Roads in and Around Pismo Beach

For some, getting in the car with the windows open or the top down and just driving can be relaxing. From your headquarters at the SeaCrest, for example, you can take a short drive north to Hearst Castle, a local treasure and one people travel to from all over the world. It’s a bit of history, architectural magnificence, beauty, nature, inspiration, and escape all in one. You can take a formal tour of one area of the estate or many. There are also festive events at the fabulous estate William Randolph Hearst himself dubbed The Enchanted Hill. Other quick trips can put you on a vista view of the elephant seal rookery, sliding the sand dunes at Montaña De Oro, or shopping in the quaint Danish-inspired village of Solvang. Check out this SLO Day Trip review for inspiration!

Whatever fills your cup, nourish yourself this summer with your own healing retreat. There’s still time. Book your Pismo Beach getaway today

10 Things to Love About Pismo Beach


Pismo Beach is the quintessential California beach town, located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, and boasting an extraordinary sampling of “something for everyone”. Let Pismo Beach fill your cup and exceed your expectations, whether you’re looking for an utterly relaxing or wildly adventurous vacation.

Get inspired to build your own unique vacation recipe and fall in love with your Pismo Beach.

1. The Scenery

Pismo Beach, obviously along the water, is also nestled at the base of a breathtaking range of craggy cliffs and hills. Especially at sunrise and sunset, the colors and textures surrounding the local coastline and mountains paint a backdrop to lift your spirit and frame those vacation memories beautifully. To really take it in, you can tour the area from a helicopter or take out a boat.

2. The Beaches of Pismo Beach

Miles of peaceful warm sandy beach welcome you to Pismo Beach – a place you can bask and just chill or play hard at beach volleyball or beach running. The steady rolling seas are great for swimming, surfing, wave riding, kayaking, diving and any other ocean play. Tide pools and caves ensure these beaches are not like any other, making yours a standout getaway.

3. The Oceano Dunes

The Oceano Dunes is one of the most unique and fun features of the Pismo Beach region. A large dry sea of sand dune waves makes for a special kind of playground, especially for off-road vehicles.

4. Trails for Hiking, Running, Biking, and Equestrian

Local trails invite you to slow down and return to your own natural rhythm. Hundreds of miles of trails weave into and through various landscapes and vistas to give your body, mind and soul a great respite. And we are excited about the upcoming opening of the Pismo Preserve, an 11-mile trail system opening right here in the hills above Pismo Beach.

5. Wildlife

Pismo Beach is home to more than hotels, restaurants, sand, and sea. Many species of living creatures thrive in the optimal temperatures and pristine conditions here. Monarch Butterflies migrate through every year, creating a unique and fantastic spectacle. Multiple species of whales also migrate, showing off with breaches and spouting next to their sea mates – dolphins, otters, and many varieties of fish and birds. If you simply walk around Pismo Beach admiring the animal kingdom, you could keep yourself enthralled for days.

6. Tons of Recreation

You name it, Pismo Beach has it. Because the weather is pretty much perfect all year round and the scenery is varied, this area draws sports enthusiasts for every single type of recreation. By land or sea, fast or mellow, traditional or fresh, and extreme, you will find the gear and the setting for any recreation you come to play.

7. Adventure

Looking for less chill and more thrill? How about a biplane, zipline or hummer ride? Pismo Beach has you covered. Like we said, something for everyone. 

8. Art

The stunning beauty of nature in and around Pismo Beach acts as inspiration for hundreds of local artists. Find displays of local works in restaurants and businesses all over town. In addition many of the Pismo Beach boutiques display and sell local art. Take home a unique piece for your own collection of art and memories.

9. Shopping

A quaint traditional downtown area calls to visitors looking for the strolling afternoon shopping experience. For the more determined, serious shopper, Pismo Beach also offers premium outlets.

10. Local Dining

Pismo Beach restaurants come in all shapes and sizes. Family friendly and homestyle to gourmet farm-to-table, you can find exactly what your palate and budget need.

Check out the Pismo Beach treasure map to plan your ideal vacation this summer. And book your Pismo Beach getaway today.   

Riding the Waves – Make the Most of the Central Coast with Watersports


There’s a magical point where the westward road to Pismo Beach ends and you find the threshold to a whole other world – the expansive Pacific Ocean. This great sea sets the stage for playful adventures, enticing you to make the most of every moment of your Central Coast vacation. When you’re not kicking it at the SeaCrest, take your board, boat, snorkel, or tank and kick off your recreation straight from the water. Surface top options include surfing, SUP, sea-kayaking, windsurfing, and kite-boarding. Underwater adventures include snorkeling and scuba. Whether your first or fiftieth time, water sports at Pismo Beach will challenge and delight you.


Pismo Beach offers multiple breaks, with surf to stoke you out at any experience level. The best breaks are typically at the morning high tide, though you will find surfers riding all hours of the day. The Pismo Pier is even lit at night for later surfers, because sometimes you just want to sleep in.

The Pismo Beach pier is not as exposed as some other local areas, which makes it less windy. Local surfers report south side surfing is better than the north and the further south you stroll, the more secluded your session will be.

For current conditions and recommendations, check out


This is one sport where the work feels anything but hard. Get in a great upper body workout while you focus on the stunning beauty of the sites near and far, on and in the water. Pismo Beach and surrounding waters are home to adorable sea otters, turtles, and loads of other marine life. You’ll also have a good chance of seeing dolphins and whales. Or paddle over to explore the Dinosaur Caves. Grab a sea kayak and unplug all the way – to the biggest escape of all, big blue.

Kayak Dave gives you a taste in this short video journey.

For guidance or to book a tour, contact Central Coast Kayak or Pismo Beach Surf Shop.


Looking for higher adrenaline water play? Pismo Beach can meet you there too. Lean into your dream adventure as you ride the wind and waves to your limits of fun.

Windsurfing multiplies the chance for speed by using both the force from the wind and the power of the waves. If you’re seeking to fly across the waves, tap into the regular coastal winds, constant waves, and smooth sand bottoms of Pismo Beach.

Use these sites to check up to the minute conditions and tune in to the local chatter about today’s rides.

Kiteboarding (or Kitesurfing)

This relatively new extreme sport will lift your spirits along with your bag of bones. Take the fun and the physics of windsurfing to another stratosphere as a kite rather than a sail powers this sport. Getting the kite into the air is well worth the effort as surfers can catch up to 30 feet of air, even from a smooth surface. For the variety-obsessed, there are even different styles of kiteboarding, including freestyle, freeride, downwinders, speed, course racing, wakestyle, jumping and wave riders.


For those fishes or dolphins amongst us, claim your delight a few feet under water as you explore the coastal wonderlands with mask and snorkel. There’s a large tidepool at the end of Pier Street, from Margo Dodd Park.

Scuba Diving

Last but certainly not least, consider a deeper dive with a full tank and a bold adventurous spirit.

From Pismo Beach and surrounding areas, depths can range anywhere from 5′-30′. Explore kelp beds as well as rocky areas, with crevices hiding fish, crabs, octopus, and more. Common sights include nudibranchs, rockfish, perch, sea hares, rays, and plenty of anemones.

To get a close up sense of the wildlife you can visit under the sea, here is some footage of recent Shell Beach dives from a SLOcal. Always check the local weather and conditions before diving.

Go for it. Make this summer the best (and the wettest) yet with your choice of Pismo Beach water sports. Book your stay at the SeaCrest, your hotel for all things Pismo Beach.

Coastline, Bluffs, and Caves Give Shape to a Scenic Pismo Beach Vacation


When you head off to unplug on your central coast beach vacation you expect to find dazzling nature as a backdrop for rest, relaxation, adventure, and everything in between. Pismo Beach delivers on all counts.

A few features in particular make Pismo Beach a fabulous and unique retreat: the coastline, the bluffs, and the caves.

The Coastline

The central coast of California is one of the most famous and appreciated coastlines around the world. Whether you’re drawn to sink your toes into the warm sand and lapping surf or whether you prefer the breathtaking vistas along an esplanade walk or highway drive, the coastline awaits. Rocky crags contrast brilliant skies and a full spectrum of marine blues reveals the varying depth of the sea. The Pismo Beach coastline is the perfect place to stop and capture the memories you will treasure for a lifetime.

The Bluffs

Standing tall above the seashore, the bluffs of Pismo Beach boast one of the most quintessential vistas within Pismo Beach and undoubtedly for the central coast in general. Walking north along Price Street, you’ll want to pause and take in the inspiring lookout where pelicans perch on the sea cliffs. Bring a jacket, as the air can be cool this close to the water.

The Shell Beach Bluffs Walking Path also provides a coastal cliff vista, 100 feet above Pirate’s Cove. From the trail, Cave Landing is visible, a natural arch cave carved through the cliff. This view also often includes sea otters and sea lions atop the ocean rocks.

The Caves

If you’re looking to add a bit of adventure to your Pismo Beach getaway, take a short detour off the beaten beach path to a not-to-miss attraction called Dinosaur Caves. Situated on the north end of the Pismo Beach shore, these unique and amazing structures invite you into another world.

When you take the stairs leading up one wall you may think for a moment you’ve been transported across the pond to Greece. Some of the caves are jagged while others are smooth and curve in the shape of waves. You can even glimpse the sky through windows in the caves. Public stairs lead down to the beach and caves from Wilmar Avenue. There is also a park on the cliffs above the beach called Dinosaur Caves Playground. Click here for more info, photos and directions to the caves.

Pismo Beach is sitting pretty ready to beautify and enrich your summer escape. Book your Pismo Beach getaway today.

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