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Five Friday Faves :: This Week’s Edition

It’s that time again… and man was this a long week.  So, so, so excited for the weekend! Here are some favorites we wanted to share with you!

1. The Village Trolley {Friday & Saturday, 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm, May 22nd – Sept. 5th} We’re always down for some free, easily accessible transportation – especially during peak happy hour/dinner hours! The Village Trolley runs on Friday and Saturday nights during the summer season. Check here for more info!Westlake Trolley - LocalLove805Westlake Trolley - LocalLove805

2. Hosting anyone this summer? …

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Why We Love Carpinteria {And Why You Should Too}

Here at LocalLove805 we love cute beach towns, we love camping, and therefore we love Carpinteria.  This adorable beach town is less than an hour away from where we all live and one of our go-to spots for the summer. Ocean, sand, surf, cute town, quaint shops, fun restaurants… I mean, what more could you want??  And if camping isn’t your thing, you can also look into renting an adorable beach cottage or stay in a hotel! See there’s something for everyone!

Carpinteria is a very special place to my husband and I, because a little more than 6 years ago (?!?!) we got married …

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El Capitan Canyon & Market {local glamping}

We mentioned El Capitan Canyon in our Favorite Local 805 Campgrounds post and wanted to share a bit more about why we love it. El Capitan Canyon caters to luxury campers in the Santa Barbara area and offers two choices of glamping experiences with their Cedar Cabin or Safari Tents. If you’re more like us — you’re on a stricter budget and enjoy “roughing” it — then you can still enjoy many of the El Capitan Canyon amenities without staying overnight here. {or you can plan your next trip here for a special occasion such as a birthday or anniversary!}

Typically we camp at Refugio Beach and/or El …

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