The DANA Cultural Center is dedicated to the history, heritage, culture and ecology of the early 19th century Rancho Era in California. Rancho Nipomo is a must see for anybody interested in early California history, Rancho history, spanish colonial/mexican history in California, local history, nature education, ecology, conservation, habitat restoration and pre-contact history. Rancho Nipomo was an important stopping point along El Camino Real, the stage coach route, the mail exchange point and the trail to the gold rush fields in California. We invite you to take a journey to the past at this historic Rancho, now a museum and park dating back to 1830’s.
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