Hop’s Bounce House is one of the few real indoor play places to beat the heat or rain for families. Designed for babies to tweens, the facility features a bunch of different bounce houses to jump around in, climb on and slide down. The setup is well thought-out with the cubby wall for shoes, toy area for babies and toddlers, TVs, the bathrooms and especially all the comfy couches and seating!
Cuesta Park has got to have the most beautiful creek in all of SLO. It also has a fun bridge to cross, a nice hiking-without-actually-hiking feel and a playground kids love.The only things I don’t like about it are sometimes there’s a lot of homeless people hanging out there, and the playground ground-cover is made of smelly black pieces of rubber. Aside from that, grab a pal and check it out because it’s really woodsy and pretty.
Heilmann Regional Park in Atascadero is spaceship themed. 🚀 This parks also has a free splash pad in the summer…
This summer, there will be 134 foreign exchange students looking for host families in the North County from China, France, Hong Kong & Italy for two to three weeks between July 19 and Aug. 13.
Today we’re excited to be reviewing local author Jerome Jones’ Healthy Kids Books series, featuring a pair of siblings in Pismo Beach, California!
The Children’s Area at the Atascadero Library is one of our favorite places to be. It has wooden puzzles, the cutest puppet station, computer games and coloring. It’s also home to a beautiful felted sculpture called the “Radiant Reading Oak” by Atascadero artist Lauren Birkhahn.
Downtown Paso Robles’ Carnegie Library may just be one of the most picture-perfect backdrops for your kiddo adventures in the city, but it’s also a treasure trove of stories.