All Things to Do in Gaviota

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  • Arroyo Hondo Historic Adobe

    What To Expect: The adobe at Arroyo Hondo, and a small orchard planted by the padres at the Santa Ines Mission are still present at the Arroyo Hondo Preserve which is now owned and managed by the Land Trust for Santa Barbara County.
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Gaviota Gorge Tunnel

    What To Expect: The Gaviota Gorge Tunnel, constructed between 1951-1953, is made of reinforced concrete and features tinted concrete, a scoring pattern in imitation of masonry, boldly scaled arches, and the circular window on the west side of the north portal.
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Arroyo Hondo Vista Point

    What To Expect: Check out the seven interpretive panels covering the history of the Gaviota Coast on display at this easy- off, easy-on turnout along southbound Hwy 101. Stretch your legs and walk across an old section of Hwy 1 that bridged Arroyo Hondo Canyon.
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Refugio State Beach

    What To Expect: Campground amenities include picnic tables, fire rings, flush toilets, pay showers, potable water, and a general store. With an ocean front location you can surf, fish, swim, play in the sand, walk along the shore, and more.
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Arroyo Hondo Preserve

    What To Expect: Miles of trails reveal a beautiful and dramatic landscape as you wind along the lovely creek and through areas of grassland, oak woodland, and chaparral. Arroyo Hondo was once the site of a Chumash village and it has a well-preserved adobe.
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • El Capitan Bike Path

    What To Expect: This isolated segment of the California Coastal Trail is located north of and parallel to US 101 and includes a 0.8 mile long paved bike path.
    Trail Rating: Easy
    Trail Distance: 0.8 Mile
    Region: Gaviota Coast

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