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Arroyo Grande Village

San Luis Obispo, California, USA


Arroyo Grande Village is a nice little main street with a park and a swinging bridge. The buildings along Branch Street, the main strip, are kept up beautifully. There is a park square where an art market and a farmer's market are held. The farmer's and art market is held each Saturday from 12-2:30pm at the square (300 E. Branch Street). At the park square there are benches and flowerbeds and a delightful swinging bridge that extends high above a creek and some parkland. On the other side of the bridge is a pleasant neighborhood with a rotary park (a bandstand and a large lawn), a historical museum with roses and a gazebo, a barn with a red tractor that kids can climb, and an old belltower school house that is now a museum. It's a fun walk into the past. Summer concerts are held at the rotary bandstand on every other Sunday at 1pm from early June to early September. Here is the 2015 schedule.
If you're hungry, there are an assortment of restaurants and cafes on Branch Street.

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Branch Street, as taken from Short Street.

Swinging bridge, looking back toward "the village."

Creek and vegetation, seen from the swinging bridge.

Rotary bandstand and lawn.

Historical museum and gazebo.

Barn and red tractor.


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Exit Highway 101 southbound at Highway 227/ Grand Ave and turn left, or if northbound turn right. You are now on Branch Street. Park along the street. The swinging bridge is at Short Street.
The farmer's market is at 300 E. Branch Street, Arroyo Grande CA 93420.
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