As it’s been heard across the nation, Big Basin Redwoods State Park, California’s oldest state park, was heavily damaged by the recent CZU August Lightning Complex Fires. Established in 1902, Big Basin’s more than 18,000 acres is a mix of old-growth and second-growth redwoods, including the largest continuous stand of ancient redwoods stand south of
The gorgeous Monterey Bay, refreshing redwood forests, miles of hiking trails, and many of your favorite eateries and shops are waiting to say, “Welcome!” With that, like so many places, there have been some changes, added restrictions, and guidelines that everyone must be aware of. Read What You Need to Know to Visit Santa Cruz
With an enviable Mediterranean climate and a natural splendor the stretches from the redwoods to the bay, Santa Cruz is a remarkable place to pitch a tent. 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. KOA Santa CruzMinutes from Manresa State Beach, this
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!
By Garrick Ramirez
With over 1,000 slips granting immediate access to Monterey Bay, the Santa Cruz Harbor is a boater’s paradise. Plus, it offers boatloads of fun for landlubbers, too! In addition to a marina full of magnificent vessels, you’ll find waterfront eateries, sandy beaches, and boundless land and sea recreation. Set sail for the Santa Cruz Harbor, and discover a variety of seaside activities that are sure to float your boat.