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  • 7th Annual Cayucos Sea Glass Festival

    March 22nd, 2017

    ​Do you ever wonder what people are looking for while walking Cayucos beach? You might notice they walk slowly with their eyes focused on the ground and stoop often to pick something up. They are looking for sea glass! Sea glass is glass that at some point has been dumped in the ocean and tumbled for several years. It usually has a frosted appearance and if looked at closely through a microscope, you can see C-shaped indentations in the glass.

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  • ​5 Reasons to drive Highway 1 amidst road closure

    February 25th, 2017

    ​5 Reasons to drive Highway 1 amidst road closure Due to the recent storms that hit the California Coast Highway 1 is closed north of Ragged Point. We are happy to tell you that you can still enjoy these 5 destinations along the Highway 1 without having to cancel your coastal travel plans.

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  • Wildlife Viewing Tips- Coastal Discovery Month

    January 31st, 2017

    Great wildlife viewing encounters involve good timing, observation skills, and a little luck! California’s Highway 1 Discovery Route offers some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities anywhere. Use these tips to improve your chances for a memorable wildlife experience!

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  • ​36th Annual Carlin Soule Memorial Polar Bear Dip

    December 21st, 2016

    Ready to wash 2016 off and start 2017 fresh? If so, then Cayucos is the place to be on January 1st. This year marks the 36th Annual Carlin Soule Memorial Polar Bear Dip at the Cayucos Pier. Hundreds of people gather for the fun and festivities beginning at 9am that lead up to the chilly plunge into Cayucos Beach water at noon.

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