California is known for both its beautiful nature and vibrant cities. This state has a total of nine national parks which is more than any other state. San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego are all interesting cities with different cultures to explore. Drive up the Pacific Coast Highway from San Diego to San Francisco and stop along the way at different beaches and towns. If you can’t quite make it to Tuscany, Napa Valley and Sonoma offer great alternatives for wine tasting and vineyard tours. Believe it or not, you can even ski in the winter at Lake Tahoe!
Point Lobos State Natural Reserve is a beautiful reserve with nice hiking trails, beautiful coves, relaxing beaches, and diverse plant and animal species. There are over 300 plant and 250 different animal species found in this reserve. Some of the
A day trip to Channel Islands National Park, Santa Cruz Island, is the perfect getaway from work. Channel Islands National Park is located off the coast of California and is made up of five islands: Anacapa Island, Santa Cruz Island,
Joshua Tree National Park Weekend Getaway Joshua Tree National Park offers a perfect weekend getaway to hike, rock climb, boulder, and enjoy the Mojave Desert and the funny looking trees. The north part of the park is where the largest concentration