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Calling all adventure addicts! Conquer your fear of heights by rappelling, zip-lining, and climbing the rock wall. Then, explore the area on foot by touring the caverns and hiking the trails. Expect to get dirty, so bring a spare change of clothes.
This sanctuary, maintained by docents and volunteers, allows you to view Monarch butterflies in a natural habitat. Be sure to visit during October through February for the full experience.
This beautiful park and beach offers camping, hiking, and gorgeous views. Explore the beach and spot sealife, pick up shells and colorful rocks, or have a picnic.
One of the region’s most breathtaking and awe-inspiring natural landmarks. Must see sights include the aptly named Paradise 5,400 feet up Mount Rainier, or stop by Longmire visitor center to explore everything the park has to offer.
This adventure park is the Disneyland of outdoor activities. Go hiking, running, rock climbing, zip-lining, play golf, or just bring a group of your friends and family and have a BBQ picnic.
Enjoy plenty an easy, flat trail with beautiful views. Many enjoy coming here to enjoy a beautiful sunset.
Visit this hidden gem while in Santa Cruz to see the monarch butterfly migration and habitats and the beautiful natural bridge. With plenty of parking, this beach makes a great stop for picnics and fun.
Cute neighborhood park includes basketball courts, labyrinth (yes!), Petanque court, picnic tables and a playground that includes tiny tot swings. Bring those kids and let them run around and swing and play! They will sleep well tonight.
Nestled between Blue Ridge and Cedar Roughs east of Napa Valley, Lake Berryessa offers popular activities such as fishing, boating, water skiing, wake boarding, jet skiing, sailing, swimming, hiking, biking, and much more!
Bring the whole family to experience the wonder and excitement at Old Faithful Geyser of California. Aside from the big attraction, have fun with biking lanes, serene gardens, goat farm and a very wide picnic and play area.
This challenging hike has free parking at the trailhead, but no bathrooms or water. Enjoy beautiful views on this clearly marked trail.
Explore this massive park for a day trip, hiking, or camping at one of over 150 campsites along the river. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the picturesque views.
Pioneer Park is designed for passive recreational activities. Facilities at the park include a drinking fountain, restrooms, children’s playground, gazebo and a picnic area. The playground is equipped with new state of the art playground equipment.
This enclosed park features two whimsical playgrounds, one for younger children and one for older kids. Find this playground via the parking lot at Harvest Middle School.
Pack up your camping gear and rent out a cabin on Lake Berryessa. Different-sized cabins can accommodate different groups big or small, so groups of any size can feel at home here. Ask about boat rentals to take out into the marina.
This beautiful park overlooks a renowned surf location. Join locals and visitors with a picnic on the bluff and you're likely to spot world-class surfers catching big breaks in the water or sea otters cracking big crabs on the rocks!
The pier sits in the Point Arena cove. The entire cove has a rocky bottom with no sand or gravel, a small stream runs into the ocean to the left of the pier, and there are reefs to both the south and north of the pier.
Visitors will find awe and delight in the beauty and wonders of nature. Bring your camera and explore the incredible views and all kinds of wildlife. Hike through the woods and down to the water’s edge to view the tide pools and sea lions.
There’s plenty to do here, including trails for walking or biking, a playground, basketball court, and more. Have a picnic on the beach and explore tidal pools during low tide.