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Paso Robles

San Luis Obispo County,


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The California state capital is Sacramento.

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93446, 93447

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The population of Paso Robles is approximately 23,549 (2002).
The approximate number of families is 7,599 (1990).

The amount of land area in Paso Robles is 34.142 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Paso Robles to Washington DC is 2486 miles. The distance to the California state capital is 203 miles. (as the crow flies)
Paso Robles is positioned 35.63 degrees north of the equator and 120.66 degrees west of the prime meridian.

Paso Robles elevation is 797 feet above sea level.
Paso Robles median income is $47,000.

The Paso Robles median home price is $187,100.

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Paso Robles location: near the central California coast near San Luis Obispo. Nearby communities include: Atascadero, Templeton, San Miguel and Whitley Gardens. Here is a map page for Paso Robles.

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Climate & Weather

Paso Robles average annual rainfall is 12.0 inches per year
Paso Robles average temperature is 59.4 degrees F.
The average low temperature is 43.2 degrees F.
The average high temperature is 75.7 degrees F.
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Paso Robles history:

Here is a history page for the area.

The official name for the city is El Paso de Robles. The name, El Paso de Robles, means the pass of the oaks and was probably named for the many oak trees which are found in the area. The local people, which included Salinan Indians and the Spanish padres also called the area, Agua Caliente, which means hot water or springs, probably for the underground mineral springs here.

The town was incorporated in 1889 and has grown tremendously since that time from 523 residents to about 25,000 in 2001.

Early on in the area history, people came to Paso Robles for the hot springs and their curing properties, but many also enjoyed the good weather when the came. Many hotels were built to accommodate the visitors and newcomers. Among these was the Paso Robles Inn, built in 1906 to replace the Paso Robles Hot Springs Hotel. Though many famous people visited the Inn, one of the most renowned was famed pianist, Ignace Paderewski. Many times he could be heard playing just for his own pleasure on the piano in the Inn.
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Paso Robles attractions:

The El Paso de Robles Area Pioneer Museum
2010 Riverside
P.O. Box 461
Paso Robles, CA 93447
Phone: 805-239-4556
Paderewski memorabilia, artifacts from early Indian settlements, schools, farms and ranches.
The museum is open Thursday through Sunday, from 1 pm till 4 pm, or by special appointment.

Mission San Miguel
This mission was founded in 1797 and is still serving as a parish church. Much of the church is still in its original condition and may be viewed most days and daylight hours.

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