Dog friendly winery tours in San Luis Obispo County

Breakaway Tours

Pismo Beach, California 93448
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Local Phone: (800) 799-7657

Breakaway Tours has been uncorking California's Central Coast wine regions since 1995. They know how much you enjoy traveling with your pooch, so they've combined two of your favorite things to provide a unique experience in wine country for our fellow dog & wine lovers. Complete with door-door service from your local lodging, you will ride in private, air-conditioned comfort to 3-4 dog-friendly wineries.

Complete your experience and add their winery picnic lunch, including Scooby Snacks, all served up with their signature “Seriously Fun Wine Education.” Dog friendly tours available in San Luis Obispo Wine Country and Paso Robles Wine Country.

Benni in Morro Bay. Photo Credit: Bennilover (CC)
Benni in Morro Bay. Photo Credit: Bennilover (CC)
San Luis Obispo County encompasses just about everything California is known for, from mountains to ocean to wine country to laid-back vibe. Sure, you can shoot down from the Bay Area on Interstate 5 and Highway 46, but it’s much more rewarding to take the slow lane (Highway 101) all the way to Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo and beyond. more »
Dog in vineyard in Paso Robles
Photo credit: Jordan Carson
San Luis Obispo County’s Paso Robles wine region was voted 2013's Wine Region of the Year by the Wine Enthusiast Magazine. And based on the number of wineries that are dog-friendly, the region deserves an award from dog enthusiasts as well. more »
Dogs on San Luis Obispo Beach
Fun at the beach. (CC) SLO dogs in the fast lane.
From Ragged Point in the north to Pismo Beach in the south, the San Luis Obispo County coast is a dog-friendly wonderland loaded with things to do and places to stay with your pup. Along the 70 miles of Highway 1 that hug it, you’ll encounter everything from secluded tide pools and shimmering coves to classic SoCal beaches packed shoulder to shoulder with surfer dudes, bikini babes and dogs with jaunty bandanas around their necks. more »
Dog in wine tasting room
Waiting patiently for her people at Linne Winery. (CC) djfrantic
DogTrekkers touring the Central Coast wine country will leave with happy tails after stopping by any one of the area’s dog-friendly wineries. We’ve paw-tested quite a few that are sure to please, but before we get started with winery suggestions, we have a couple of suggestions for wine-tasting visitors who’d prefer not to drive. more »
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