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August 01, 2018

Visit Elkhorn Slough

Photo courtesy of @hannahbauh Photo courtesy of @hannahbauh
Have you been to Elkhorn Slough? This peaceful reserve is full of beauty and wildlife, plus you can choose how to explore, via waterways or on-foot on the 5 miles of trails. Check out these inspiring photos taken at this natural wonder and plan your own visit to Elkhorn Slough!

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July 31, 2018

24th Annual Watsonville Strawberry Festival

Some might consider strawberries to be one of the crown jewels of Watsonville and we'd have to agree! These ruby red treats are grown throughout the year, and it's no wonder we take a full weekend to celebrate our love for all things strawberry!

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July 10, 2018

The Ultimate Wildlife Watching Guide to Santa Cruz County

Photo by Lisa Fay Larson

Santa Cruz is known for its phenomenal wildlife viewing opportunities. Year round whale watching, birding, otters and elephant seals, and seasonal monarch butterflies have put Santa Cruz County on the map for nature enthusiasts! And now, visitors and locals can have a new and improved Santa Cruz County Wildlife Watching Guide right in their own hands - for free

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May 21, 2018

3 Reasons to Spring to the Capitola Village

The Capitola Village is one of the oldest seaside resorts on the Pacific Coast and remains a mecca for travelers looking for a picturesque, quaint, and relaxing vacation destination. With a front row seat to the Monterey Bay, the Capitola Village offers a variety of shops and eateries, historical and colorful architecture, and exciting coastal activities. The Village undoubtedly has year-round appeal, but this spring and summer there are some new additions, seasonal favorites, and fun events you won’t want to miss!

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April 12, 2018

Let's Do Earth Day, Everyday in Santa Cruz! #KeepSCBeautiful #PackYourTrash

Photo by Instagram fan, seidacardona
We want to take a moment and remind everyone to help keep Santa Cruz County beautiful! With 29 miles of coastline, well over a dozen state parks, and the gorgeous Santa Cruz Mountains, Santa Cruz County has a lot of natural beauty to offer its locals and visitors. But with these prestine natural wonders comes a great responsibility to keep them the way they are intended - clean and trash-free! Please remember to always #PackYourTrash when visiting the beaches and parks. And note, there are some beaches and parks that do not have trash receptacles, so it's imperative that you come prepared to pack up your trash and take it with you. 

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