When San Juan de Bautista De Anza made his journey from Mexico all the way to San Francisco he traveled through the heart of San Luis Obispo County. Today, the route is designated by the National Parks Service and is often highlighted by signs installed along state highways.
In Paso Robles, segments of the trail already built have quickly become a popular destination for biking, walking, and horseback riding. In the southern part of the County, the trail will provide a connection from Pismo Beach to San Luis Obispo and become an incredibly popular route for commuting residents and playful visitors.
San Luis Obispo County has the opportunity to become the most well established segment along the historical San Juan de Bautista de Anza route. It will draw people from around the world to the Central Coast to connect with our incredible heritage, geography, and remind everyone that San Luis Obispo County is the right active healthy destination for them.
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