The word is out, Santa Cruz County is open for leisure travel! The gorgeous Monterey Bay, refreshing redwood forests, miles of hiking trails, and many of your favorite eateries and shops are waiting to say, “Welcome to Santa Cruz!” With that, like so many places, there have been some changes, added restrictions, and guidelines that
We are so excited to safely welcome you back to Santa Cruz County! The fresh ocean air, towering redwoods, miles of hiking trails at our gorgeous state parks, and many of your favorite Santa Cruz County eateries and shops are all waiting to say, “Welcome to Santa Cruz!” To help make your responsible travel plans
California King Tides are coming to Santa Cruz in 2020! The January dates are already behind us, but there’s still a chance to enjoy these impressive tides on February 8 – 9, 2020! These naturally occurring and predictable events are when the highest and lowest tides hit our shores and create an even more dramatic
By Rachel Endsley
The official summer season may be coming to a close, but the weather continues to amaze! And right on cue, September sunsets are making everyone remember why the change of seasons isn’t so bad in Santa Cruz County. Whether you can sneak in some more beach days, catch a sunset on the coast, or plan a whole camping trip, discover the south county gem of Sunset State Beach.
By Garrick Ramirez
While many artists take inspiration from their surroundings, environmental artists incorporate the natural environs into their artworks, transforming the landscape into a virtual open-air gallery. You’ve seen examples: stacks of rocks precariously perched along trailways, and dazzling sand sculptures that lure camera-wielding crowds. The next time you’re out and about in Santa Cruz County, keep an eye out for the following artistic displays.