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Arroyo Grande
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Picnic facilities are available and all you need is your lawn chair.
Centennial Park hosts the weekly Farmer's Market and is home to a troupe of free ranging roosters.
Festivals, Festivals, Festivals
Arroyo Grande hosts festivals for just about every occasion and season. From the Holidays on into the new year, celebrating spring, summer and the fall harvest, Arroyo Grande is the place for families to enjoy outdoor music, vendors, and lots of tasty food, beer and wine.
To discover what's going when you visit, check out the website.
Visit the Farm
Just outside town Windmill Farms on North Thompson Avenue is a great place to take the kids, Visit the Critter Corral and feed the sheep, goats, pigs,
donkeys, turkeys, geese, and min- iature horse.
Adventures at Lopez Lake and Vista Lago Adventure Park
A short drive east brings you to Lopez Lake for camping, boat- ing, water-skiing, fishing, swim- ming, and hiking. This is a great place to go bird watching or enjoy a wet slip and slide at Mustang Waterslides.
Exercise your outdoor adven- ture skills at Vista Lago Adven- ture Park. Start with zooming on one of three zip lines or tackle the rope courses. Constructed on free standing poles, the Upper Park has four courses for beginner, intermediate, experienced and advanced with 40-plus elements including the Talley Wine Barrel Bridge to The Ledge for a 45-foot free fall. Chipmunk Park for the kids has 10 elements for children ages five to eight.
-Ruth Ann Angus

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