Top 10 Things To Do In Pismo Beach
Explore The Best Pismo Beach Attractions
Discover an endless array of pristine beaches and waterfront activities when you stay at Inn at the Cove, conveniently situated near a variety of things to do in Pismo Beach. From shopping to dining to wine tasting to exploring our nearby attractions like Hearst Castle and more there’s never a dull moment in Pismo. Immerse yourself in sunny central California and take advantage of delightful weather year-round. Pismo Beach's coastal setting and California charm makes it ideal for both a romantic and secluded getaway or an adventurous family trip; even a huge family reunion could be perfect. Families, couples and business travelers alike enjoy our convenient location near Pismo Beach things to do, which places them in walking distance from our spacious oceanfront and pool view accommodations. Come discover our charming Hearst Castle hotel today.
Top 10 Things To Do In Pismo Beach, CA
1. Mineral Springs
Whether you want to swim in a hot mineral bath or soak in the naturally heated mineral springs, there are a variety of options at Sycamore and Avila hot springs. Learn about the health benefits of hot springs here.
2. Downtown Pismo
Take a stroll through quaint downtown Pismo and discover restaurants, music clubs and a variety of shops within walking distance of the beach.
A popular park among walkers, dog lovers, and outdoor enthusiasts, this 11-acre park boasts an amphitheater, large grassy area and unique play areas.
4. Pismo Beach
Immerse yourself in miles of pristine beach where you can soak up the sun, make a splash in the Pacific and enjoy quality time with friends and family.
Populated by artisan vintners, SLO’s vineyard acreage offers a diverse range of styles that are united by the distinct growing conditions of the area.
Discover impressive savings at top name brands like Aeropostale, Jones New York, Nike, Nine West, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and many more.
7. Fishing On Pismo Beach Pier
Catch everything from red snapper to ling cod and purchase bait, tackle and rental gear all available on the pier.
Designed by architect Julia Morgan, Hearst Castle blends architectural elements and fine art into a house museum that features 1920s grandeur where Hollywood guests were once entertained.
Looking to get out and explore? Visit Arroyo Grande for unique shopping and dining as well as historic landmarks and year-round things to do.
Learning meets play in over 30 interactive exhibits where guests can explore through educational programs and outdoor learning activities.