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A quiet seaside village just a few miles south of San Simeon, Cambria offers visitors an array of unique activities and attractions. Enjoy the breathtaking ocean views from one of the several local beaches, go for a spirited hike through the scenic terrain, or stroll Main Street Cambria and indulge in the local culture featuring unique shops, cafes, galleries, and eateries.
Moonstone Beach and Moonstone Beach Boardwalk are can’t miss activities when visiting Cambria. Sink your toes in the sand and stroll the soft sandy beach while taking in stunning ocean views. Moonstone Beach features a hiking trail along the bluffs, through a eucalyptus grove, and through San Simeon State Park campground.
A fun contrast to the regal style of Hearst Castle, Nitt Witt Ridge is a kitschy house sitting on 2.5 acres. Featuring daily tours, the house is a folk-art attraction that has a romantic yet sad history. Constructed by a garbage collector the house is made of natural minerals and debris like old beer cans, washer drums, and auto parts.
A scenic six-acre park with stunning ocean views. Shamel Park is fun for the whole family and offers an outdoor swimming pool, picnic tables, barbecue grills, access to the beach and plenty of open lawn space for fun activities like horseshoes, volleyball, or croquet.
A local favorite, Leffingwell Landing is just north of Moonstone Beach and features breathtaking scenery at every turn. The perfect spot for a picnic, the area has a small beach where the sand is made up of tiny dark pebbles, adding to the dramatic nature of the beach.
Built in 1890, the Guthrie-Bianchini House as it was once known has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is now a museum for all to enjoy. The museum features artifacts and historic information collected over the years from Cambria pioneer familiesLearn More
A National Historic Registry Landmark, the Old Santa Rosa Chapel was built in 1870 and was renovated and reopened in the 1980’s following a restoration effort. The cemetery is the final resting place for many Cambria pioneers and founders.Learn More