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March 10, 2016

Wilder Ranch for Visitors Big & Small!

Photo by Instagram, @rcelectronPhoto by Instagram, @rcelectron
This week's Fan Photos are dedicated to the beautiful Wilder Ranch State Park! The 7,000 gorgeous coastal acres are full of places to explore for all ages! Trails big, and trails small, be sure to add Wilder Ranch to your Santa Cruz must-see list!

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March 03, 2016

A Glimpse of Spring in Santa Cruz County

Photo by Instagram fan, @ajgandwattzPhoto by Instagram fan, @ajgandwattz
From the coastal wildflowers up Highway 1 to the apple blossoms in Watsonville, Santa Cruz County is showing some colorful signs of spring. Take a peek at a few recent fan photos and see where you need to be to take in that spring look, Santa Cruz style.

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March 02, 2016

Felton Photo Tour

Garden of Eden3Garden of Eden (All Photos by Garrick Ramirez)
Though only eight miles from Santa Cruz’s sandy shores, the forested town of Felton feels worlds away. It’s a wonderland of giant trees, historic sites and even a lush Garden of Eden. Yet some of its most striking attractions are hidden from plain view. Take a peek at our photo tour below and see why the charming town draws a mix of hikers, history buffs and happy families.

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February 26, 2016

Falling for Santa Cruz

Photo by Instagram fan, seidacardonaGolden Falls - Photo by Instagram fan, @seidacardona
Post-rain hikes are kinda the best. Creatures are out, the forest is fresh, and the streams and falls are flowing! Check out a few of our favorite spots to see the falls on a hike in Santa Cruz County:

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January 26, 2016

5 Beautiful Spots to Enjoy Birds in Santa Cruz County

Sandpippers - Photo courtesy of Lisa SheridanSandpippers - Photo courtesy of Lisa Sheridan
 
Marbled Murrelet and Peregrine Falcon may sound like foot-tapping bands at the weekly farmers market, but they’re actually the names of rare birds you may spot in Santa Cruz County. The region’s feathered friends extend beyond the gulls that cozy up to your bowl of clam chowder at the wharf. Situated along the Pacific Flyway -- a prominent migratory path that stretches from Alaska to Patagonia -- Santa Cruz plays host to hundreds of bird species. No experience necessary here. Just head to one of the spots listed below and see for yourself!

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