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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Carpinteria, California.
Carpinteria is a lovely little oceanside community in southeastern Santa Barbara County, situated east of Santa Barbara and northwest of Ventura. With a population of around 13,000, Carpinteria is a small city known for its beautiful views with gentle slopes and breathtaking ocean vistas. You'll find beaches here for any preference, from calm locations with soft waves to rocky areas that will put you up for a surfing challenge. The southern border of Carpinteria is the Pacific Ocean, and City and State beaches run the entire length of the city. At the foot of Linden Avenue you'll find the Carpinteria City Beach, while the Carpinteria State Beach is at the foot of Palm Avenue, and the Rincon Beach Park at the foot of Bates Road. You can watch seals and sea-lions play December through May at the rookery in nearby Carpinteria Bluffs, or marvel at the occasional gray whale. Carpinteria is great weekend getaway destination for the whole family. Take the kids for a snorkeling adventure at the tide pools, where you can explore starfish, sea anemones, crabs, snails and octopuses. Or bring your binoculars to watch a wide array of birds at the Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve from camping to surfing and nature, Carpinteria has it all. The name Carpinteria or The Carpenter Shop, originates from the Spanish soldiers who arrived in the area during the Gaspar de Portola Exhibition in 1760. At the time, they observed the Chumash Indians building wooden plank canoes in the area; hence the carpenter reference. Today, the city is known for a number of things, including the California Avocado Festival, which has been hosted here since 1987 and attracts over 80,000 people per year for a three day long party featuring avocado products and locally made goods. Carpinteria is also home to the renowned Santa Barbara Polo Club, and if you go for a drive along the water, you'll see the drilling platform within the Carpinteria Offshore Field, the 50th-largest field in California.
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