Are you planning a visit to Santa Cruz County this 4th of July? First, check out our handy blog with need-to-know information that explores travel safety guidelines, things to do, what to expect while visiting, and more. Please also note that there are no fireworks shows in Santa Cruz County this year.
They say the way to a loved one’s heart is through their stomach! From dramatic coastal views to hidden havens in the lush Santa Cruz Mountains, we’ve got you covered for wining and dining year-round at some of the most romantic eateries in Santa Cruz County.
Close out the decade in Santa Cruz-fashion with these NYE events happening county-wide! From lavish parties where you’ll be popping the bubbly to starting the new year off on the right foot, we’ve got you covered for all things 2020! New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve Sail with Chardonnay Sailing Charters Sail into the New
Kick-start the new year with an energizing First Day Hike through ancient towering redwoods, sandy coastal stretches, and along soothing mountain streams. On January 1st, state parks across the country are offering free-guided hikes for the sixth year in a row. Get outside, connect with nature, and expand your knowledge of the wildlife, plant life, and people who were here long before us. In order of easiest to most strenuous, we’ve narrowed the list down to a few of our favorites. Whichever one you choose, you’ll start the new year feeling healthy, recharged, and inspired to explore more state parks in Santa Cruz and beyond.
Leave the dishes at home and spend some quality time with friends and family this Thanksgiving. Enjoy some of the best in Santa Cruz County dining! From oceanside restaurants to fall treats and brews, there’s something for everyone at these Santa Cruz favorites on Thanksgiving! Severino’s Restaurant at Seacliff Inn Thanksgiving buffet from 12:00-4:30 pm.