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Get Outside in Cambria

Moonstone Beach

 

After being cooped up inside for the last few months, we are all itching to get outside and explore. One of the most beautiful places for outdoor activities is USA Today 10 Best Coastal Small Towns nominee, Cambria, CA. From the ocean to the mountains, there is something for everyone in Cambria. Keep reading to learn our favorite outdoor activities in Cambria, CA, and remember to always maintain social distancing. 

 

Fiscalini Ranch Preserve

Friends of the Fiscalini Ranch Preserve (FFRP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and protection of the 437 acres former Fiscalini Ranch. The Ranch is one of the last unspoiled public open spaces on the California coast. Within walking distance of Cambria, you can find this rare expanse of nature. The most outstanding natural feature of the preserve is the ocean Bluff Trail that runs more than a mile along the shoreline. The rocky coast rises to a 200-foot ridge with breath-taking views. This massive preserve offers many free roam trails, as well as guided tours for you to enjoy with friends and family. 

 

Moonstone Beach Boardwalk

The most iconic and recognizable part of Cambria is its breathtaking view from the Moonstone Beach Boardwalk. Whether you want to sink your toes into the sand, catch glimpses of marine life swimming by, explore living tide pools, or head out to sea for surfing, boating, and other aquatic adventures, you will find there is something for everyone to enjoy.


Covell Clydesdale Ranch

Enjoy a guided tour of the nearly 2,000 acres Covell Clydesdale Ranch set amongst the Monterey Pines and overlooking the pacific ocean. In this tour, you will get to witness hundreds of majestic Clydesdale horses with good views and even better company. 

 

These are just a few of our favorite outdoor activities in Cambria, but you can find countless adventures amongst this beautiful coastal town! Book your next visit to Cambria at the Cambria Pines Lodge which sits nestled amongst the Monterey pines with its own massive garden landscape. 

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