Hugging Highway 1 between Oceano and Pismo Beach, Grover Beach is known for rare access to golden sand dunes for bonfires and yes, even driving! Whether you want to take the grandkids to see Monarch butterflies floating above tall eucalyptus trees, laugh with the whole family during an evening at The Great American Melodrama, or explore scenic beaches galore—Grover Beach is a family-friendly place to call home.
Covering a scenic stretch of about two-miles, Grover Beach is a small town dream for outdoor lovers and adventurers with ideal weather and expansive parks open year round. Whether you’re ready to make s’mores over a campfire or grill hot dogs in-between surf sessions, you can do it all in Grover Beach. Not to mention the stunning scenic beauty or wide stretches of wine country only moments away.
Discover Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Park at the west end of Grand Avenue. Drive along the beach in your car, truck or ATV. Don’t have one? Go on horseback! (Yes, guided tours are available so you can explore your backyard equestrian style!) Several shops also offer ATVs available to rent for the day.
When you have guests in town, treat them to overnight camping on the beach and wake up to the sound of waves. You’ll find a boardwalk with gorgeous Pacific Ocean views just next to the campsite and a quick walk to the popular Monarch Butterfly Grove. A comfortable train ride more your style? Step aboard the only train station in the Five Cities just off Highway 1.
Here in Grover Beach, you’ll love frequenting all the outstanding local restaurants and cozy coffee shops alike. Oh, and did you know Grover Beach streets are named for beloved beachside destinations? It’s true!
And attention golfers! Pismo Beach Golf Course (yes, despite the name it’s located in Grover Beach!) is open from dawn to dusk daily and features nine-holes only steps from the sea.
A friendly seaside community, Grover Beach is an absolutely fantastic town to live, work, and play.
- Trillium on Grand, Grover Heights