PASO ROBLES WELCOMES YOU!
Welcome to downtown Paso Robles! Home of the Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association, here you will find the links, resources and planning tools to help guide your next downtown experience. An alliance of merchants, business owners, stakeholders and community members, the award-winning Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association is committed to preserving and bolstering a thriving downtown while serving the Paso Robles community. We are here to answer your questions, field your inquiries and provide information to guarantee a downtown experience that you’ll never forget.
There’s always something exciting to do and see in downtown Paso Robles, from shopping, dining, tours and sightseeing to wine tasting and much more! Come discover why tourists are calling Paso Robles a must-see tourist destination location, stop by downtown Paso Robles today, and take a taste of authentic California.
DOWNTOWN PASO ROBLES CALENDAR
October 8 – Pioneer Day
Paso Robles’ heritage tradition comes alive in and around downtown during the annual Pioneer Day event. Bring the whole family to downtown for this historical event that includes a parade, free bean feed, and daylong activities including antique/classic car judging, children’s pet show, little cowboy/cowgirl contest, whiskerino contest, horseshoe pitching contest and much more. Be sure to wear your Pioneer Day pin, or you might get thrown in the hoosegow!
October 22 – Golden Oak Honey Festival
Fall is in full swing, so what better time to relax in the “pass of the oaks” than beautiful October, when fall colors show their brilliance? Bring the entire family to city park for the Annual Golden Oak Honey Festival featuring antiques, collectibles, arts, crafts, food and bee keeping seminars. Free admission.
October 31 – Safe & Fun Halloween Downtown
Trick-or-treat in downtown Paso Robles with local area merchants during the Safe and Fun Halloween Downtown. Ghouls, ghosts and the Main Street witches will be on-hand for this wildly popular Halloween event that promises to be safe and fun for children of all ages. So don your scariest costume, come downtown and take part in the fun!