Head out on your 3 hour drive to Solvang.
Grab dinner at Peasants Feast and a drink at High Roller. Stroll the main street for a cute and quaint nightcap before heading to your campsite
Have a Danish pastry of your dreams at Olsen’s, grab coffee at Good Seed and then hop on a trolley tour to see Solvang in all its glory.
Head back down to LA, making a few stops along the way.
On your way back, check out El Capitan State Beach, Santa Barbara, MOXI museum. Pull off on one of the many gorgeous coastal pull outs and have a snack in your Cabana.
An hour and a half is all that awaits between your Cabana pickup in San Fran and the ever so lovely Napa Valley.
On your way up to your campground at Steele Canyon, stop in town at Oxbow Public Market and make your first decisions on what to eat, drink and see. Once you make it to your campsite, pick a spot to set up - with your Cabana, or not - and watch the sunset over Lake Berryessa.
Take the scenic drive into Yountville to visit Bouchon Bakery in the morning. Pull off at Fir Canyon Falls for waterfall views to break up the 45min drive.
Visit the Napa Valley Museum. Head over to Handwritten Wines for a glass and then to Velo Deli & Pizzeria for a quick bite. For your final stop before heading back to Steele Canyon, head 20min East to the Caves at Soda Canyon - you’ll taste wines in caves nestled in the hills.
Robert Mondavi opens at 10am, you can be their first guest or, go when you’re ready. Carefully make your way to your hand-picked collection of wineries, maybe Mayacamas & Chandon, as you move south through Napa. Wind down at the Skyline Wilderness Park before heading back up for your last night under the stars.
Slow roll your way back to San Francisco. Take in the sights and sounds at Steele Canyon, grab a bite & coffee at Winston’s, stop at the Grape Crusher Sculpture, and begin your wine detox.
You’ve got just under 4hrs between you and Paso Robles. Head straight up that way and make your first stop at…a winery.
Pear Valley Winery to be exact. Sip on some wine, savor the bites and once you’re finished, check out the Field of Light before heading out to camp.
Have a slow morning at your campground in your Cabana and check out downtown Paso Robles before visiting the mini city 15min South.
Check out the industrial artisan’s trail of Tin City. Take your pick from wine, beer, cider and spirits.
To start your slow descent back down to LA, pivot your stay to San Luis Obispo - a charming central coast town.
Grab coffee at Active and then, we’re off to the coast. You can spend hours in Montana De Oro State Park between the Monarch Preserve, Spooner’s Cove, Pirate’s Cove, and all the trails within the park. Head to Region Wine Bar and Luna Red for tapas in SLO
Take the 101 back down to LA with Santa Barbara as the perfect halfway point for a quick stop in another Southern California city.
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