Nestled deep amongst the tree-lined peaks of the Santa Cruz Mountains lies one of the best-kept secrets of the San Lorenzo Valley: Loch Lomond Reservoir.
The towering coastal redwood trees of the Santa Cruz County mountains carry an awe-inspiring majesty that words can never quite capture and photography fails to reproduce.
Thousands of delicate, orange-hued wings gracefully flutter, somewhat randomly, about Santa Cruz County, each traveling to a place Beyond Your Wildest Dreams.
Up the coast of Santa Cruz County is a place that goes beyond your wildest dreams: Shark Fin Cove.
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
The expansive coastline in Santa Cruz County offers endless options to explore coastal environments for tide pool treasures.
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.
As visitors make their way down the hill, a trolley waits at the end of Pacheco Avenue near the grand entrance to DeLaveaga Park in Santa Cruz. From 1910 until
Hidden amidst the lush redwood forests in the San Lorenzo Valley and Santa Cruz Mountains, the glistening lake draws visitors with scenery, serenity, and activities such as boating, picnicking, and hiking.
Gather the friends, pups, and kids, and bask in the dazzling, local scenery without breaking a sweat.
With quality time outdoors and away from the screens, these five (or more) outings are your new weekend ace in the hole.