Earlier this month, two gal pals and I left our collective assortment of tiny humans with the husbands and the grandparents and lived it up at the Broadlind Hotel’s penthouse suite in Long Beach, California. Overall, the property is a truly charming getaway with all the architectural character I love, situated in a conveniently walkable downtown location.
Everyone is publishing their summer bucket lists lately so we’re hopping on board with a list of all the hot-weather…
Read on as we share all the deets on what free activities the USGA is offering kids during the first-ever Junior Experience with First Tee and LPGA*USGA Girls Golf.
The Heilmann Park Splash Pad is the only FREE splash pad in the North County. It’s located at the larger Heilmann Regional Park and Playground at 9400 El Bordo Ave. in Atascadero. The splash pad is situated right by the restrooms. The waterplay spot super small, but very popular with littles.Readers on my Facebook Page say the splash pad is NOW ON for summer 2019.
In hot and arid Paso Robles, a lake is pretty special. That’s why today we’re giving a BIG shout-out to the lake at Barney Schwartz Park
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!
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.
The public is invited to “Take a Book, Share a Book” at the Paso Robles Children’s Museum’s Little Free Library now installed at 623 13th St. in downtown Paso Robles, Calif. Designed by American company Simplay3, this Sharing Library is a modestly-sized box on a stand that reaches nearly 5 feet tall and features a clear plexiglass door so the books stored inside are clearly visible. All you do is open the little door to take a book + leave a book.
After being under construction for what felt like forever, the Thelma Vetter Red Panda Experience is now open. And thank goodness, because those little cinnamon-tufted mammals are our favorite!