is a small town rich in resources, economic opportunity,
beauty and local commitment to its way of life.
is an unusual town for Southern California, where many
communities are either business or residential.
There is a strong downtown area that contains a blend of
businesses - from grocery stores to restaurants, from
antique shops to candy shops, from banks to civic
organizations. Residential areas are scattered and
each has its own unique flavor and charm.
- Information about the city of Carpinteria. How big is it? Where is
it? What's it known for in the area?
Picks - There are some places that do what they do
really well. Who's got the best breakfast?
Organizations - Who are the heroes of
Carpinteria? What are their causes?
Library - Not only do they have a good selection
but they can get what you need.
Train Station Want to visit surrounding
communities but don't want to bring your car? Try
Pool - If you need lessons, exercise, sport or a place
to let the kids use up their extra energy while you get
some sun, the municipal pool is the best place to go.
Shuttle - Getting around Carp is easy! Take the
Library - A visual documentary of this region spanning
from the Polo Fields to Rincon Point.
GPS Coordinates - Each year, the use of hand-held GPS (Global Positioning System) receivers become more common place as location-finding tool. Here we provide you a table of
GPS coordinates of selected
destinations in and around Carpinteria Valley.