The official source of information and events for the Lompoc CA Tourism Business Improvement District.
111 S I Street
Lompoc
California
93436
Unite

Play



Beattie Park

Sprawling 50-acre Beattie Park lies against the foothills of the City and offers fantastic views of the Lompoc Valley. On a clear day, from the highest point in the park, you can easily see the Pacific Ocean!

Beattie features a disc golf course and horseshoe pits, a large group picnic area, children’s playground, two lighted basketball courts, a multipurpose soccer/football field, individual picnic areas, an urban forest preserve which has a popular winding fitness trail, and “Lookout Point” located at the highest point in the park.

View Listing

Bodger Trail – Lookout Point

Ranked the #1 hike in Lompoc, Bodger Trail (also known as Lookout Point) is only a 5 minute drive from downtown Lompoc a local favorite that boasts expansive, panoramic views of the Lompoc Valley. Hike through the lush valley with abundant seasonal wildflowers, greenery and wildlife. Once you arrive, you’ll enjoy almost 130 degree views of the valley floor below. The trail is steep but lightly traveled and well worth the 1.5 mile round trip! (more…)

View Listing

Cycling

Uncrowded back roads. Rolling hills and farmland. Historic neighborhoods. The Lompoc Valley is beautiful place to explore by bike, with rides and roads ranging from flat to hilly. (more…)

View Listing

Disc Golf Course

Sprawling 50-acre Beattie Park lies against the foothills of the City and offers fantastic views of the Lompoc Valley. On a clear day, from the highest point in the park, you can easily see the Pacific Ocean!

The Beattie Park Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole course for players of all skill levels. The front 9 is grassy and open. The back 9 is moderate to heavily wooded, with a few tight tunnel shots and two long downhill “Top of the World” shots. Wind and elevation changes add to the challenge!

View Listing

Gaviota Peak Trail and Hot Springs

Located 20 minutes from Lompoc, the Gaviota Peak Trail offers pristine ocean views from it’s 2,458-foot peak.  The added bonus? Take a dip in the natural milky blue pools of Gaviota Hot Springs! The main trail is 6-mile round trip while the scenic Trespass Trail is a tremendously scenic 6.5-mile loop with 2,150 feet of elevation gain. (more…)

View Listing

Jalama Beach Park

Jalama Beach Park is a 30 minute drive from the city of Lompoc California. On this scenic drive, just outside of city limits, you’ll see working ranches and vineyards along with scenic vistas around every bend. Jalama Beach is a popular place for picnics, surfing, kite surfing, bird watching, nature photography, fishing and camping. Many protected California native plants like sand verbena, saltbush, and...
View Listing

La Purisima Golf Course

This superior 18-hole Championship design by world-renowned architect Robert Muir Graves is a Central Coast gem. La Purisima has attracted pro tournaments from the PGA, LPGA and Senior PGA circuits, yet players of all skill levels come to Lompoc to enjoy its natural beauty and to test their game. Thousands of golfers visit each year calling it “One of America’s best designed courses.”

BOOK YOUR HOTEL

A total hidden gem….
A nice setting with spectacular vistas and rolling hills.”

– Golf Digest, Best Places to Play

View Listing

La Purisima Mission State Historic Park Trails

Get your history lesson, and take a hike, too! La Purisima is home to 25 miles of hiking trails over 2,000 acres, connecting to the back country. Most of the trails are sandy and lead through a mix of chaparral and oak and are home to a healthy population of wildlife. The Vista Del La Cruz Trail starts right behind the Visitor’s Center and leads up to the cross on the hill overlooking the Mission, about a half mile round trip. Dogs allowed. Gate entrance fee. Open daily

MORE ON MISSION
View Listing

Miguelito Park

Small and beautifully designed, Miguelito Park is removed from the city bustle. Kids love the playgrounds; parents love the privacy. Miguelito Creek meanders through the property. The park features group picnic areas, hiking trails, horseshoes and more.

From Highway 246 in downtown Lompoc, go 3.5 miles south on “I” Street which becomes Miguelito Road.

View Listing

Nojoqui Falls Park Trail

At first glance, Nojoqui Falls County Park (pronounced na-hoo-ui) near Lompoc looks like your average city park with sports fields, barbeque grills and group picnic areas. But tucked away toward the back of this park is a local secret – a 100-foot waterfall that tumbles down from high cliffs into a natural pool. Hike the short 15 minute trail to see one of Santa Barbara County’s few year round waterfalls – an easy stroll for all ages.

Open 8 am to sunset

View Map
View Listing

leaves