Family Friendly Wineries in Paso Robles

Wine tasting in Paso Robles is obviously a must!
It can be intimidating to bring the family along in some wine regions, but many Paso Robles wineries welcome families and even offer fun things for the kids to do while mom and dad sip award-winning wines!
Below is a great list of wineries that offer a family-friendly wine tasting experience and keep the kiddos in mind. It is by no way a complete list, so if you know of a great family-friendly winery, send us a message.

Ettiquette notes before you head out with the kids

  • The winery is not a daycare or a kids play place, it is a business, treat it as such.
  • While many of the places have things for the children to do, we cannot guarantee that they’ll always be available, so go prepared with things to do.
  • If you’re children are wild and crazy, they may not be ready to go to a winery with you.
  • Be prepared to pay for the tasting, buy a bottle or a glass and TIP WELL.
  • Bring snacks and food for your children so they are less cranky.
  • If you’re going with a large group, call ahead so staff is prepared.

Bianchi Winery

Bianchi Winery features a grass area to run and play on, a lake, remote control sailboats, and koi pond.


Castoro Cellars

Castoro Cellars sits up away from the highway and parking lot, so parents can feel safe letting the kiddos explore and features grape juice tasting, coloring, corn hole, and monthly live music.


Eberle Winery

Eberle has cave tours, bocce ball, and corn hole that the kids can use.


Four Lanterns Winery

Four Lanterns has a gorgeous lawn space next to the tasting room with outside games and outside tables for wine tasting and enjoying your own lunch. The winery hosts family-friendly concerts during the summer.


Four Sisters Ranch

The beautiful hilltop location at Four Sisters Ranch includes lots of room to run and play, bocce ball courts, a horseshoe pit, lawn bowling, ring toss, and lots of snacks and non-alcoholic beverages for sale.


Graveyard Vineyards

Graveyard has a manmade pond right outside the tasting room. Guests are invited to fish and picnic at the pond.


Oso Libre

Oso Libre is located out in the hills, the tasting room is family-friendly, sometime there is fruit for the children to enjoy.


Pomar Junction Winery

Pomar Junction has lots of room to run and play, old rail cars, tractors, and trucks to explore, and their Train Wreck Friday concert series in the summer.


Robert Hall Winery

Robert Hall features underground wine caverns and bocce ball on their two regulation bocce courts created in the old world style with crushed oyster shells and a layer of oyster shell “flour.”


Sculpterra Winery & Sculpture Garden

Sculpterra features an amazing sculpture garden and “Central Park West,” their awesome gaming area with two stone chess tables, a bocce ball court, a cement foosball table, and a custom-made table tennis table. The winery has free concerts every Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m.


Tobin James Cellars

Tobin James offers free arcade games and grape juice.


Tooth & Nail Winery

Tooth & Nail‘s tasting room is in a castle surrounded by a moat … need I say more?!


Wildhorse Winery & Vineyards

Wildhorse features vegetable gardens with exotic species of tomatoes and the kiddos can visit the winery mascot Floyd the Llama, his gal-pal Dolly, and their little guy, Salvador Dali.

Have a great time wine tasting with the kiddos in tow!
Go-Go,
Heather

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