For now, travel to Santa Cruz County is not advised. As we shelter-in-place during this unprecedented time in history, the primary concern of Visit Santa Cruz County is for the health, safety, and welfare of our locals, visitors, and fans. For now, we are all gathering strength from one another, and from the memories we have of
Whether you’re in need of some homeschooling resources, new activities for the household, or are just desperately missing Santa Cruz County, let these virtual tours and activities help bring some joy and entertainment to your home! From virtual explorations into the Monterey Bay, art exhibit tours at the Santa Cruz MAH, front row rides on
As we embark on this temporary new normal, we are continually reminded at how wonderful and supportive this community is. For those who are able, please continue to support our local businesses. From free local deliveries, curbside service, and many more creative ways to serve, our local restaurants and shops are stepping up and they
Visit Santa Cruz County announces that the 2020 Official Santa Cruz County Traveler’s Guide is now available. The guide – presented in a portable size – provides timely and useful destination information in an inspirational, one-of-a-kind publication. The 2020 cover photo is a nod to the historical significance of the sport of surfing in Santa
As you have probably heard, surfing is now California’s official state sport! And to celebrate this momentous event, California has declared September 20th ‘California Surfing Day!’ Whether you’re riding the waves or just watching from the cliffs, Santa Cruz is the place to be for #CaliforniaSurfingDay in Santa Cruz!