is a small seaside town located next to San Luis Obispo.
There are three piers, a small fishing harbor, and a
beautiful beach often packed with sunbathers. A fun park
for kids and a lot of grass for dogs! The waterfront is
lined with small restaurants, and bars that offer an
interesting nightlife. On one of the piers you can find
fresh fish for sale. Pelicans are always hanging around
hoping to find some scraps of fish from the fisherman!
When you visit Avila Beach in the fall, you are
likely to find perfectly warm weather, and a quaint little pumpkin patch
brimming with happy children, dozens of different types of
pumpkins, hot apple cider, a petting Zoo featuring Emus, Ponies, sheep,
chickens and baby goats.
You will also find an elaborate hay maze and a small hay maze for kids.
May-Dec Wine Events for the
Jan-Dec Farmers Markets for the
Jan-Dec Great American Melodrama, Clark
Center, SLO Little Theater, Cal Poly Arts and
Symphony. Performance art
for Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Monterey
Wed evenings enjoy live Jazz at the
Check out a
of the Sea Venture!
events for the Central Coast.
May-Oct 1st Sun of each month Art in the park at
dinosaur caves. Over 90 artists, food and music.
Sept Is California wine month!
Oct-Nov, Jan-Feb 2008
Dec-Jan Watch as
south to Baja.
the Miracle Miles for Kids 10K Marathon!
Avila beach is a must for beach combers agates, ocean jade,
granite rocks, seashells and heart shaped stones.
Avila beach is home to the endangered pelicans, sand pipers, seagulls.
As well as geese, Canadian geese, ducks and beautiful swans that wade
and feed in the river mouth that runs along the golf course.