Santa Cruz’s thriving downtown is constantly growing and seeing new additions to the culinary scene.
The Santa Cruz area offers a rich array of natural beauty and an endless supply of gorgeous hiking trails. From coastal trails to forest treks, some of the best hikes in Santa Cruz County are waterfall hikes!
We are highlighting some of the best places in Santa Cruz County to explore the great outdoors! From miles of sand to comb on the beaches of south county to
Situated in Scotts Valley, the West and East sides of the Glenwood Preserve unveil over seven miles of trails, marking the culmination of an 18+ year effort.
Whether you’re a dyed-in-the-flannel-wool outdoorsy type or won’t bed down without a mattress, there’s a campsite that’s right for you.
With quality time outdoors and away from the screens, these five (or more) outings are your new weekend ace in the hole.
Did you know that Santa Cruz County has over fourteen state parks? Day hikes are the best way to explore them as you can travel through scenery ranging from towering
hanks to an enviable setting between redwood-filled mountains and the wondrous Monterey Bay, one of the most rewarding activities in Santa Cruz County is simply strolling its scenic landscape.
Want to know where locals go for some of the best hikes with striking views in Santa Cruz? From peeks of the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk on clear days to
Santa Cruz County is home to rugged coastline, majestic redwoods, scenic trails, and secret beaches making it the premier destination for your next hiking adventure! Join us as we go
Check out a few of our favorites in the Santa Cruz Mountains, including one that leads to a 30-foot waterfall.
When most folks think of Santa Cruz County, they imagine its iconic beaches and breathtaking coastline, but the small, forested communities in the Santa Cruz Mountains are just as dreamy