Price Historical Park is located on a 7 acre parcel of land featuring the ranch home of John Price. Price moved his family to this area just around the time California became a state in the union. Formerly known as Vaquero Juan Miguel Prais, Price the founder of Pismo. Tourists will feel as if they've taken a step back in time when they visit the grounds of this small park. The park has a number of displays dating back to the time when the Price family settled the area. The orchard and farm implement garden as well as the windmill are a few of the items visitors can expect to see during their visit. The rancho home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as a Pismo Beach Historic Landmark, and as a Juan Bautista de Anza Trail Interpretive Site. Plans are on the drawing board for the ranch location to become a museum with an Indian village and ruins of adobe structures. The original structure is currently undergoing renovations and open by appointment only until the construction is completed. Public sections of the park and the Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Equestrian trails are open every day. Until the renovations are complete visitors to the area will want to enjoy the surrounding areas of Pismo Beach. The beaches are spectacular and the sunset at Pismo Beach breathtaking.