This uniquely named town got its source from an Indian town meaning “clam” or “freshwater mollusk.” Located in Santa Barbara county, Cuyama Valley, California is surrounded by peach, apricot, and plum orchards. The Sierra Madre mountain range lies to the south of the town, where hikers and mountain bikers can explore the chaparral and oak covered hillsides. The highest point is Peak Mountain at 5,843 feet. The Los Padres National Forest surrounds the town, a popular spot with 323 miles of hiking trails. It includes the Ventana Wilderness, home of the California condor. There are warm to cool temperatures year round, making a trip at any time feasible. For an unforgettable outdoor adventure, head to Cuyama Valley, California on your next glamping trip.
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