The City of Grover Beach is 2.31 square miles in size and is located along the beautiful Central Coast of California, 92 miles north of Santa Barbara and 150 miles south of Monterey. We’re a friendly beach community, with a variety of commercial, industrial, and affordable housing opportunities.
The United States Census Bureau reported that the population for Grover Beach was estimated at 13,505 in 2014 (previous estimates were 13,156 in 2010, and 13,067 in 2000).
The racial makeup of Grover Beach as of the 2010 census: 9,964 (75.7%) White; 146 (1.1%) African American; 186 (1.4%) Native American; 542 (4.1%) Asian; 35 (0.3%) Pacific Islander; 1,582 (12.0%) from other races; and 701 (5.3%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 3,840 persons (29.2%).
Download 2010 U.S. Census data for Grover Beach, California
Download 2000 U.S. Census data for Grover Beach, California
Due to the moderate climate and proximity to the beach, locals and tourists alike can enjoy a bonfire on the beach, hiking along the dunes, strolling the boardwalk overlooking the dunes, horseback riding, or golfing. Increasingly popular family oriented events are the Sunday afternoon concerts in the park and a farmers market, held every year from June through September.
Stone Soup Music Festival & Ethnic Street Faire
To celebrate our community’s diversity, a yearly Ethnic Street Faire and Stone Soup Music Festival is sponsored by the City of Grover Beach and the Chamber of Commerce
. The event includes the annual "Dune Run Run" (a 5K/10K run/walk that traverses city streets, beach boardwalk, and hard and soft packed sand) and food and craft booths filling Ramona Garden Park
and spreading out into the streets. With a variety of ethnic music, as well as jazz, bluegrass, and folk rock performances on Saturday and Sunday, dancing in the streets is encouraged!
For More Information
Take a look at the event calendar
for current information.