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July 20, 2016

Loch Lomond: Santa Cruz’s Awesome Hidden Lake

We look at this and think Is there anything Santa Cruz can't do Photo Credit Garrick Ramirez-5We look at this and think is there anything Santa Cruz can't do?
Among Santa Cruz’s best kept secrets, the Loch Lomond Recreation Area might be the most spectacular. Hidden amidst the lush redwood forests of the Santa Cruz Mountains, the glistening lake draws visitors with scenery, serenity, and activities such as boating, picnicking, and hiking. And now that Loch Lomond is open for the first time in three years (thanks, El Niño!), it’s the perfect time to discover this awesome recreation area. And no, you won’t find any sea monsters.

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June 30, 2016

SUP Santa Cruz!

Photo courtesy of @supshacksc #SquadGoals | Photo courtesy of @supshacksc
Have you tried stand up paddle boarding - better known as SUP? Let these photos inspire you to take to the Monterey Bay and enjoy a day exploring over the open water! 

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June 09, 2016

Gone Fishing: Where to Cast a Line in Santa Cruz County

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Deep sea and miles offshore or relaxed reservoir casts in the mountains, Santa Cruz County has a slew of gorgeous places to toss a line. Check out these tops spots to go fishing and let the fish stories begin!

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May 19, 2016

Your Best Stay at Seascape Beach Resort

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One stay at Seascape Beach Resort and you’ll be hooked! From family vacations to romantic getaways, Seascape Beach Resort has a way of quickly becoming an annual tradition. And it’s not just those dramatic Monterey Bay views that call guests back, this picturesque resort has so much more to offer its visitors with fun activities that span the generations. So take a peek at some insider tips to your best stay at Seascape Beach Resort:

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April 07, 2016

Get on the Bay with a Scenic Yacht Charter

1-ONeill Yacht Charters PHOTO CREDIT GARRICK RAMIREZAll images by Garrick Ramirez
The Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary has been called the Serengeti of the Sea and now is a great time to see why. Just months ago schools of anchovies were flooding the bay, luring large numbers of marine mammals. Humpback whales, dolphins, sea otters and seals were regular sights along the Santa Cruz shore. Although the unusually close coastal encounters may have tapered, wildlife is still bustling out in the Bay. But for the best views, you’ll need to hop on a boat.

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