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1 Unit Available
4060 Righetti Ranch Road
4060 Righetti Ranch Rd
San Luis Obispo, CA | Orcutt
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
1621 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
8 Month Lease - Brand New 3 Bed/3 Bath SLO Home at Righetti Ranch - MASK REQUIRED AT SHOWINGS This brand new 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home in San Luis Obispo is a 2020 construction and has never been lived in before.
1 Unit Available
327 Junipero Way
327 Junipero Way
San Luis Obispo, CA | Stoneridge
3 Bedrooms
$3,800
1639 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
327 Junipero Way Available 03/31/21 AVAILABLE MARCH- Newly Constructed Home in Serra Meadows - CO-SIGNERS / GUARANTORS ARE NOT BEING ACCEPTED FOR THIS PROPERTY. MASKS REQUIRED AT SHOWINGS.
1 Unit Available
462 Dana St
462 Dana Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Downtown SLO
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
Charming Historic 3bd/2ba Two Story House, Walking Distance to Downtown SLO - Charming historic 3bd, 2ba two story home. Adjacent to Downtown SLO, has an updated kitchen, and two large, tree covered yard areas.
1 Unit Available
871 Buchon Street
871 Buchon Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Downtown SLO
1 Bedroom
$800
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
871 Buchon Street Available 02/01/21 Single Room available in SLO - Single room with shared bath in 3 bedroom, 2 bath house on Buchon Street with built in loft. House is shared with 3 other people. Kitchen appliances and washer/dryer included.
1 Unit Available
3057 S. Higuera #10 (55+ Community)
3057 South Higuera Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Japantown
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
1535 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
3057 S. Higuera #10 (55+ Community) Available 02/01/21 3bd/2ba Mobile Home in 55+ Community - 3bd/2ba newly manufactured mobile home located in a 55+ community. Pets considered. Available: April (RLNE5649522)
1 Unit Available
460 Dana St
460 Dana Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Downtown SLO
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
Charming 2bd/1ba Cottage that's Walking Distance to Downtown SLO - Charming, historic 2bd, 1ba single level cottage with high, exposed beam ceilings and adjacent to Downtown SLO.
1 Unit Available
2019 Sierra Way
2019 Sierra Way
San Luis Obispo, CA | Johnson
3 Bedrooms
$2,650
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
Like New SLO Home - MASKS REQUIRED AT SHOWINGS. CO-SIGNERS / GUARANTORS ARE NOT BEING ACCEPTED FOR THIS PROPERTY. Newly renovated 3 bedroom 2 bath home for lease.This home has been completely re-done and shows like a new home.
1 Unit Available
45 Stenner Unit H
45 Stenner Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Santa Rosa
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1200 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
Great location, 2 Bedroom Condo - FREE MONTH OF RENT!!! This is a great 2 bedroom unit in Cedar Creek! 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Balcony, & Much more! Please call us now at 805.512.8850 to schedule a showing! This Unit is Available NOW!!! NO pets.
1 Unit Available
1941 Abbott Street
1941 Abbott Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Upper Monterey
1 Bedroom
$1,595
600 sqft
2 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
One Bedroom One Bath, Walk to College - This Cozy Duplex offers; 1 Bedrooms 1 Bath, plenty of parking, outdoor space, laundry room, new tile flooring, coin Washer/Dryer, and is close to Cal Poly.
1 Unit Available
1374 Pismo Street
1374 Pismo Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Downtown SLO
2 Bedrooms
$2,850
1486 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 01:11 PM
1374 Pismo Street Available 02/15/21 Like New Cul-De-Sac San Luis Home - MASKS REQUIRED AT SHOWINGS Curb appeal galore! Built in 2009, this home stands tall boasting almost 1,500 square feet.
1 Unit Available
735 Whisper Lane
735 Whisper Lane
Nipomo, CA
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
1700 sqft
Last updated January 20 at 08:56 AM
Quiet Country Living in Nipomo, Close to 1/2 an acre nestled among oak trees. Private fence yard. Newly renovated throughout with fresh paint, new laminate flooring. Approximately 1,700 square fee. Master bedroom with large tile shower.
1 Unit Available
369 Lemon Street
369 Lemon Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Santa Rosa
5 Bedrooms
$6,000
Last updated April 1 at 05:56 AM
369 Lemon Street Available 07/08/20 369 Lemon Street - LARGE, BRIGHT 5 BEDROOM, 3 BATH HOME CLOSE TO CAL POLY, RESTAURANTS AND SANTA ROSA PARK. INCLUDES RANGE, DISHWASHER AND LAUNDRY HOOK UPS. TENANT PAYS ALL UTILITIES.
1 Unit Available
813 Meinecke Avenue
813 Meinecke Avenue
San Luis Obispo, CA | Foothill
3 Bedrooms
$3,600
1738 sqft
Last updated March 23 at 07:14 PM
3 Bed / 2.5 Bath + Den home just steps away from shopping, restaurants, and schools. The home features a spacious living room located on the lower level, featuring access to the rear deck and a separate laundry room.
1 Unit Available
1321 Osos St
1321 Osos Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Downtown SLO
2 Bedrooms
$3,500
1359 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 07:05 AM
2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths brand-new modern home offers the finest downtown living in 1,359 square feet. On the edge of San Luis Obispo's historic and downtown districts, this condo is just steps away from the finest that SLO has to offer.
1 Unit Available
1791 Tonini Drive
1791 Tonini Drive
San Luis Obispo, CA | Irish Hills
3 Bedrooms
$3,500
1843 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
AVAILABLE NOW - SLO Home in Irish Hills Community - This spacious SLO home is located in the Irish Hills development. Built in 2004, this property is close to shopping and easy freeway access.
1 Unit Available
180 Foothill Boulevard
180 E Foothill Blvd
San Luis Obispo, CA | Highland
7 Bedrooms
$6,000
4932 sqft
Last updated October 25 at 11:08 PM
Terrific 7 bedroom, 7 bath, nearly 5000 square foot Spanish-style single-family home. Home includes gas heated hot tub and decking next to family room. New carpet, built-in oak cabinetry and flooring just refinished. Newly painted inside and out.
1 Unit Available
39 Rafael Way
39 Rafael Way
San Luis Obispo, CA | Bishops Knoll
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
1156 sqft
Last updated March 23 at 07:14 PM
This 3 bedroom / 2 bathroom home is located in close proximity to Foothill area shopping centers and only a short walk to public transit that can take you downtown or to campus.
1 Unit Available
1155 Buchon Street
1155 Buchon Street
San Luis Obispo, CA | Downtown SLO
Studio
$1,150
350 sqft
1 Bedroom
Ask
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
NO GUARANTOR'S/ CO-SIGNERS ACCEPTED FOR APPLICANTS Terrific studio for rent near downtown SLO. This stand alone studio is located in back of property with 2 other residences.
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City Guide

Pismo Beach
"Pismo Beach! And all the clams we can eat!" -- Bugs Bunny in "Ali Baba Bunny"
"Pismo Beach! And all the clams we can eat!" -- Bugs Bunny in "Ali Baba Bunny"

Hugging California's central coastline, Pismo Beach is one of the most desirable destinations for living and vacationing in the state -- really, the country. The name comes from the Chumash word for tar once gathered from the Price Canyon tar springs and used to caulk the Chumash canoes. Home to just over 7,600 residents, Pismo Beach relies heavily on tourism and the sea for its civic livelihood. If you love salt air, stunning sunsets and broad sand beaches, you'd better start looking for your apartment here soon!

Moving to Pismo Beach

Pleasant weather has made the area popular: high temperatures range from 65 to 73 -- pretty much balmy and perfect. Lows seldom require more than a light jacket, only dipping into the 40s in the dead of winter. Namesake bivalve, the Pismo clam, was once so prolific it was gathered by blow from the beach. These days, not so much. That hasn't stopped the city from proclaiming itself the Clam Capital of the World.

The weather is pretty much perfect at all times. Aside from winter storms, there's not a bad time to move here, climatologically-speaking. Summer brings short- to mid-term vacation renters, so to ensure the greatest variety of available homes or apartments for rent in Pismo Beach, you should start your search in early spring or wait until autumn. Of course, there's no real off-season here, so keep a keen eye on listings.

This is a popular beachfront community, so set yourself apart from the sea of would-be renters by coming prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and the ability to plank down first and last months' rent as well as a security deposit (usually about another month's rent).

Moving to Pismo Beach
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Pleasant weather has made the area popular: high temperatures range from 65 to 73 -- pretty much balmy and perfect. Lows seldom require more than a light jacket, only dipping into the 40s in the dead of winter. Namesake bivalve, the Pismo clam, was once so prolific it was gathered by blow from the beach. These days, not so much. That hasn't stopped the city from proclaiming itself the Clam Capital of the World.

The weather is pretty much perfect at all times. Aside from winter storms, there's not a bad time to move here, climatologically-speaking. Summer brings short- to mid-term vacation renters, so to ensure the greatest variety of available homes or apartments for rent in Pismo Beach, you should start your search in early spring or wait until autumn. Of course, there's no real off-season here, so keep a keen eye on listings.

This is a popular beachfront community, so set yourself apart from the sea of would-be renters by coming prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and the ability to plank down first and last months' rent as well as a security deposit (usually about another month's rent).

Neighborhoods in Pismo Beach

Pismo Beach itself is pretty small and is sort of its own neighborhood. However, it has neighboring communities that often fall under its umbrella when people describe where they live. Here are the areas to know:

Shell Beach: A small, residential community that is considered part of Pismo Beach proper, Shell Beach runs parallel to Highway 101. It's name is a little bit of a fake-out since its coastline is rocky, not beachy -- making it bad for sunbathing but great for tide-pooling. Shell Beach is home to two steakhouses (oh, they serve seafood, too, of course). Alex's, on Shell Beach Road, is over 60 years old and has been voted "Best Bar" in the local rag. You can look for apartments with paid utilities here, though you're more likely to find houses and if the utilities are covered, it's usually because it's a vacation rental, which can push up rates. Luxury houses abound, given their proximity to the ocean and stunning views.

Pismo Heights: For those who like to look down at the beach, this community features primarily house rentals in single-family homes. Located across the highway from the beach and Pismo Beach's city center, many of the homes here are built up the hillside. This area is also home to Pismo Beach City Hall and Boosinger Public Park with everything you need for the perfect summer (or spring or fall or winter) BBQ with an unmatched view of the Pacific Ocean. You're more likely to find houses than luxury apartments here, though some condos are available for rent.

Arroyo Grande: Home to the Strawberry Festival, Arroyo Grande is a little village just outside Pismo Beach city limits. Set slightly back from the sandy shore, Arroyo Grande has a hip town center with historic buildings, boutique shops and local favorites like Klondike's Pizza and Doc Burnstein's Ice Cream Lab. Apartments for rent like one-bedroom apartments, two or three-bedroom rental homes, and amenity-filled complexes are available here.

Neighborhoods in Pismo Beach
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Pismo Beach itself is pretty small and is sort of its own neighborhood. However, it has neighboring communities that often fall under its umbrella when people describe where they live. Here are the areas to know:

Shell Beach: A small, residential community that is considered part of Pismo Beach proper, Shell Beach runs parallel to Highway 101. It's name is a little bit of a fake-out since its coastline is rocky, not beachy -- making it bad for sunbathing but great for tide-pooling. Shell Beach is home to two steakhouses (oh, they serve seafood, too, of course). Alex's, on Shell Beach Road, is over 60 years old and has been voted "Best Bar" in the local rag. You can look for apartments with paid utilities here, though you're more likely to find houses and if the utilities are covered, it's usually because it's a vacation rental, which can push up rates. Luxury houses abound, given their proximity to the ocean and stunning views.

Pismo Heights: For those who like to look down at the beach, this community features primarily house rentals in single-family homes. Located across the highway from the beach and Pismo Beach's city center, many of the homes here are built up the hillside. This area is also home to Pismo Beach City Hall and Boosinger Public Park with everything you need for the perfect summer (or spring or fall or winter) BBQ with an unmatched view of the Pacific Ocean. You're more likely to find houses than luxury apartments here, though some condos are available for rent.

Arroyo Grande: Home to the Strawberry Festival, Arroyo Grande is a little village just outside Pismo Beach city limits. Set slightly back from the sandy shore, Arroyo Grande has a hip town center with historic buildings, boutique shops and local favorites like Klondike's Pizza and Doc Burnstein's Ice Cream Lab. Apartments for rent like one-bedroom apartments, two or three-bedroom rental homes, and amenity-filled complexes are available here.

Living in Pismo Beach

First off, dive into local culinary and cultural tradition by catching the yearly Clam Festival featuring a clam parade and, of course, vat upon vat of clam chowder. Don't go clamming yourself, however -- it's illegal these days.

If you're stuck with nothing to wear to the big event, head over to the Pismo Beach Premium Outlets, popular with both locals and tourists traveling up and down the historic Route 101. Outfit yourself with swanky brands or outfit your house with discount housewares at one convenient stop.

If you like a little music in your life, catch the Marching Band Review in November each year. It's just what it sounds like: high school bands from all over the state presenting their best marching and flag waving. Want fewer sousaphones and more saxophones? Then maybe you'd rather visit the Jubilee By the Sea Jazz Festival in October.

Of course, you can't live on the edge of the continent and not take advantage of the natural wonders around you. Catch a tan and your dinner: the Pismo Beach Fishing Pier offers 1200 feet of fishing, sunset-watching, strolling, and sunning enjoyment. If you need some time on dry land near fresh water, check out the Oso Flaco Lake Nature Trail. This mile-long boardwalk circles the protected lake giving visitors a chance to commune with the local water fowl and appreciate the native plants and wildflowers.

Dinosaur Caves Park is wildly popular for locals and visitors with flat, grassy recreation areas, jogging paths, dog friendly areas, and a unique play area filled with statuary reflecting both local marine mammals and, well, dinosaurs.

Living in Pismo Beach
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First off, dive into local culinary and cultural tradition by catching the yearly Clam Festival featuring a clam parade and, of course, vat upon vat of clam chowder. Don't go clamming yourself, however -- it's illegal these days.

If you're stuck with nothing to wear to the big event, head over to the Pismo Beach Premium Outlets, popular with both locals and tourists traveling up and down the historic Route 101. Outfit yourself with swanky brands or outfit your house with discount housewares at one convenient stop.

If you like a little music in your life, catch the Marching Band Review in November each year. It's just what it sounds like: high school bands from all over the state presenting their best marching and flag waving. Want fewer sousaphones and more saxophones? Then maybe you'd rather visit the Jubilee By the Sea Jazz Festival in October.

Of course, you can't live on the edge of the continent and not take advantage of the natural wonders around you. Catch a tan and your dinner: the Pismo Beach Fishing Pier offers 1200 feet of fishing, sunset-watching, strolling, and sunning enjoyment. If you need some time on dry land near fresh water, check out the Oso Flaco Lake Nature Trail. This mile-long boardwalk circles the protected lake giving visitors a chance to commune with the local water fowl and appreciate the native plants and wildflowers.

Dinosaur Caves Park is wildly popular for locals and visitors with flat, grassy recreation areas, jogging paths, dog friendly areas, and a unique play area filled with statuary reflecting both local marine mammals and, well, dinosaurs.

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Pismo Beach
"Pismo Beach! And all the clams we can eat!" -- Bugs Bunny in "Ali Baba Bunny"
"Pismo Beach! And all the clams we can eat!" -- Bugs Bunny in "Ali Baba Bunny"

Hugging California's central coastline, Pismo Beach is one of the most desirable destinations for living and vacationing in the state -- really, the country. The name comes from the Chumash word for tar once gathered from the Price Canyon tar springs and used to caulk the Chumash canoes. Home to just over 7,600 residents, Pismo Beach relies heavily on tourism and the sea for its civic livelihood. If you love salt air, stunning sunsets and broad sand beaches, you'd better start looking for your apartment here soon!

Moving to Pismo Beach

Pleasant weather has made the area popular: high temperatures range from 65 to 73 -- pretty much balmy and perfect. Lows seldom require more than a light jacket, only dipping into the 40s in the dead of winter. Namesake bivalve, the Pismo clam, was once so prolific it was gathered by blow from the beach. These days, not so much. That hasn't stopped the city from proclaiming itself the Clam Capital of the World.

The weather is pretty much perfect at all times. Aside from winter storms, there's not a bad time to move here, climatologically-speaking. Summer brings short- to mid-term vacation renters, so to ensure the greatest variety of available homes or apartments for rent in Pismo Beach, you should start your search in early spring or wait until autumn. Of course, there's no real off-season here, so keep a keen eye on listings.

This is a popular beachfront community, so set yourself apart from the sea of would-be renters by coming prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and the ability to plank down first and last months' rent as well as a security deposit (usually about another month's rent).

Moving to Pismo Beach
+

Pleasant weather has made the area popular: high temperatures range from 65 to 73 -- pretty much balmy and perfect. Lows seldom require more than a light jacket, only dipping into the 40s in the dead of winter. Namesake bivalve, the Pismo clam, was once so prolific it was gathered by blow from the beach. These days, not so much. That hasn't stopped the city from proclaiming itself the Clam Capital of the World.

The weather is pretty much perfect at all times. Aside from winter storms, there's not a bad time to move here, climatologically-speaking. Summer brings short- to mid-term vacation renters, so to ensure the greatest variety of available homes or apartments for rent in Pismo Beach, you should start your search in early spring or wait until autumn. Of course, there's no real off-season here, so keep a keen eye on listings.

This is a popular beachfront community, so set yourself apart from the sea of would-be renters by coming prepared with your credit history, references, proof of income, and the ability to plank down first and last months' rent as well as a security deposit (usually about another month's rent).

Neighborhoods in Pismo Beach

Pismo Beach itself is pretty small and is sort of its own neighborhood. However, it has neighboring communities that often fall under its umbrella when people describe where they live. Here are the areas to know:

Shell Beach: A small, residential community that is considered part of Pismo Beach proper, Shell Beach runs parallel to Highway 101. It's name is a little bit of a fake-out since its coastline is rocky, not beachy -- making it bad for sunbathing but great for tide-pooling. Shell Beach is home to two steakhouses (oh, they serve seafood, too, of course). Alex's, on Shell Beach Road, is over 60 years old and has been voted "Best Bar" in the local rag. You can look for apartments with paid utilities here, though you're more likely to find houses and if the utilities are covered, it's usually because it's a vacation rental, which can push up rates. Luxury houses abound, given their proximity to the ocean and stunning views.

Pismo Heights: For those who like to look down at the beach, this community features primarily house rentals in single-family homes. Located across the highway from the beach and Pismo Beach's city center, many of the homes here are built up the hillside. This area is also home to Pismo Beach City Hall and Boosinger Public Park with everything you need for the perfect summer (or spring or fall or winter) BBQ with an unmatched view of the Pacific Ocean. You're more likely to find houses than luxury apartments here, though some condos are available for rent.

Arroyo Grande: Home to the Strawberry Festival, Arroyo Grande is a little village just outside Pismo Beach city limits. Set slightly back from the sandy shore, Arroyo Grande has a hip town center with historic buildings, boutique shops and local favorites like Klondike's Pizza and Doc Burnstein's Ice Cream Lab. Apartments for rent like one-bedroom apartments, two or three-bedroom rental homes, and amenity-filled complexes are available here.

Neighborhoods in Pismo Beach
+

Pismo Beach itself is pretty small and is sort of its own neighborhood. However, it has neighboring communities that often fall under its umbrella when people describe where they live. Here are the areas to know:

Shell Beach: A small, residential community that is considered part of Pismo Beach proper, Shell Beach runs parallel to Highway 101. It's name is a little bit of a fake-out since its coastline is rocky, not beachy -- making it bad for sunbathing but great for tide-pooling. Shell Beach is home to two steakhouses (oh, they serve seafood, too, of course). Alex's, on Shell Beach Road, is over 60 years old and has been voted "Best Bar" in the local rag. You can look for apartments with paid utilities here, though you're more likely to find houses and if the utilities are covered, it's usually because it's a vacation rental, which can push up rates. Luxury houses abound, given their proximity to the ocean and stunning views.

Pismo Heights: For those who like to look down at the beach, this community features primarily house rentals in single-family homes. Located across the highway from the beach and Pismo Beach's city center, many of the homes here are built up the hillside. This area is also home to Pismo Beach City Hall and Boosinger Public Park with everything you need for the perfect summer (or spring or fall or winter) BBQ with an unmatched view of the Pacific Ocean. You're more likely to find houses than luxury apartments here, though some condos are available for rent.

Arroyo Grande: Home to the Strawberry Festival, Arroyo Grande is a little village just outside Pismo Beach city limits. Set slightly back from the sandy shore, Arroyo Grande has a hip town center with historic buildings, boutique shops and local favorites like Klondike's Pizza and Doc Burnstein's Ice Cream Lab. Apartments for rent like one-bedroom apartments, two or three-bedroom rental homes, and amenity-filled complexes are available here.

Living in Pismo Beach

First off, dive into local culinary and cultural tradition by catching the yearly Clam Festival featuring a clam parade and, of course, vat upon vat of clam chowder. Don't go clamming yourself, however -- it's illegal these days.

If you're stuck with nothing to wear to the big event, head over to the Pismo Beach Premium Outlets, popular with both locals and tourists traveling up and down the historic Route 101. Outfit yourself with swanky brands or outfit your house with discount housewares at one convenient stop.

If you like a little music in your life, catch the Marching Band Review in November each year. It's just what it sounds like: high school bands from all over the state presenting their best marching and flag waving. Want fewer sousaphones and more saxophones? Then maybe you'd rather visit the Jubilee By the Sea Jazz Festival in October.

Of course, you can't live on the edge of the continent and not take advantage of the natural wonders around you. Catch a tan and your dinner: the Pismo Beach Fishing Pier offers 1200 feet of fishing, sunset-watching, strolling, and sunning enjoyment. If you need some time on dry land near fresh water, check out the Oso Flaco Lake Nature Trail. This mile-long boardwalk circles the protected lake giving visitors a chance to commune with the local water fowl and appreciate the native plants and wildflowers.

Dinosaur Caves Park is wildly popular for locals and visitors with flat, grassy recreation areas, jogging paths, dog friendly areas, and a unique play area filled with statuary reflecting both local marine mammals and, well, dinosaurs.

Living in Pismo Beach
+

First off, dive into local culinary and cultural tradition by catching the yearly Clam Festival featuring a clam parade and, of course, vat upon vat of clam chowder. Don't go clamming yourself, however -- it's illegal these days.

If you're stuck with nothing to wear to the big event, head over to the Pismo Beach Premium Outlets, popular with both locals and tourists traveling up and down the historic Route 101. Outfit yourself with swanky brands or outfit your house with discount housewares at one convenient stop.

If you like a little music in your life, catch the Marching Band Review in November each year. It's just what it sounds like: high school bands from all over the state presenting their best marching and flag waving. Want fewer sousaphones and more saxophones? Then maybe you'd rather visit the Jubilee By the Sea Jazz Festival in October.

Of course, you can't live on the edge of the continent and not take advantage of the natural wonders around you. Catch a tan and your dinner: the Pismo Beach Fishing Pier offers 1200 feet of fishing, sunset-watching, strolling, and sunning enjoyment. If you need some time on dry land near fresh water, check out the Oso Flaco Lake Nature Trail. This mile-long boardwalk circles the protected lake giving visitors a chance to commune with the local water fowl and appreciate the native plants and wildflowers.

Dinosaur Caves Park is wildly popular for locals and visitors with flat, grassy recreation areas, jogging paths, dog friendly areas, and a unique play area filled with statuary reflecting both local marine mammals and, well, dinosaurs.