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Paso Robles, California

In Spanish, the name means “Pass of the Oaks,” a tribute to the rolling hills and majestic oaks that captivated the early pioneers. Today, these oaks are joined by vineyards, olive orchards, farms and ranches that inspire our local cuisine and culture. Located on the Salinas River north of San Luis Obispo, California, the city is known for its hot springs, its abundance of wineries, production of olive oil, almond orchards, and for playing host to the California Mid-State Fair.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 1.8% of the population of Paso Robles. The state of California has the largest Mormon population outside of Utah. California has 768,344 members in 1,348 wards and branches, 16 missions, and 7 temples and 189 Family History Centers.

LDS History

Mormon pioneers traveled from New York City on February 4th, 1846 on the ship The Brooklyn and arrived in Yerba Buena, now San Francisco, on July 31, 1846. The pioneers were led by Samuel Brannan who published San Francisco’s first newspaper, “The California Star”, on January 9th, 1847. Brannan helped spark the gold rush by sending copies of “The California Star” with news of gold at Sutter’s Mill back east. Meanwhile, a group of roughly 500 other Mormons marched to San Diego in the Mormon Battalion in defense of the U.S. Mexican War. After the war was finished some of the Mormon Battalion members, like Henry Bigler, went up north towards Sacramento and began working for James W. Marshall at Sutter’s Mill. Here they were present when gold was officially discovered on January 24th, 1848.

Family Friendliness

The heart of downtown Paso Robles is called City Park, a classic plaza featuring grand old shade trees, a Carnegie library, a children’s playground and a traditional bandstand that serves as the centerpiece for our many events. All around the park, restaurants, wine bars, pubs, inns and specialty shops set a relaxed and flavorful tone amid early 20th century-style architecture.






 Los Angeles California Temple

205 miles SE of Paso Robles


The 2010 United States Census reported that Paso Robles had a population of 29,793.


The July high is around 70 degrees and the January low is 42. Paso Robles, CA, gets 17 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 0 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 44. On average, there are 282 sunny days per year in Paso Robles, CA.

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