When you think of the Santa Cruz Wharf, do you think of potatoes? Maybe in a hot steamy bowl of clam chowder. But did you know the purpose of building the first wharf in Santa Cruz, known as Cowell Wharf, was for shipping potatoes to San Francisco for mining camps in the Sierra Nevada during the Gold Rush? Our current municipal wharf came decades later, after
A beautiful clear evening at Pleasure Point. Whether you surf the waves, stroll along the coast or perch up on the cliffs, Pleasure Point has a way of speaking to the soul.