Cambria was settled in the early 1860s. In the 1880s it was the second largest town in the county, with an active center of shipping, mining, dairy farming, logging, and ranching. The isolation of Cambria occurred in 1894, when railroad lines were extended into San Luis Obispo from the south, resulting in the decline of coastal shipping. The town’s main industry today is tourism. Cambria’s Historic Downtown includes 22 historic sites which can be viewed on a self-guided walking tour with your dog. A list of the historic sites can be found at their website (http://new.cambria-online.com/historic/index.asp). There are a few outdoor cafes in downtown Cambria where you and your pup can grab some lunch or dinner.
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