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  • San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden's plans include zip line, 150-acre garden

    The Friends of San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden, which has developed the garden at El Chorro Regional Park off Highway 1, would like to add a zip line to enhance the experience for visitors and establish a stable source of revenue.

The Friends of San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden, which has developed the garden at El Chorro Regional Park off Highway 1, would like to add a zip line to enhance the experience for visitors and establish a stable source of revenue. Cynthia Lambert and Joe Johnston The Tribune
The Friends of San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden, which has developed the garden at El Chorro Regional Park off Highway 1, would like to add a zip line to enhance the experience for visitors and establish a stable source of revenue. Cynthia Lambert and Joe Johnston The Tribune

SLO Botanical Garden hopes to add zip lines and other amenities

October 02, 2016 8:53 PM