Smithe Redwoods State Reserve rests in the redwoods of Northern California about four miles from Leggett on Highway 101. The quaint 665-acre area of land was formerly a resort called Lane’s Redwood Flat.
Occupying the northern-most part of the California coast and the southern-most part of the Oregon coast is Pelican State Beach. The simple sandy beach with grassy dunes is only 5 acres of spectacular views from any direction with possible sightings of whales.
Stationed in Williams Valley is the Pacific Northwest Truck Museum. Here visitors can take the opportunity to view former working vehicles that played an important part in the development of the great Pacific Northwest.
Indian Canyons is comprised of four different canyons, each canyon distinct in its beauty, greens and trails. When visitors arrive at the canyons they are introduced to strict guidelines of behavior.
The Eldorado National Forest occupies 677,202 acres in California while Nevada only has 53 acres. The forest holds 49 developed campsites. The National Forest received its name from the 1849 gold rush that brought fortune-hunters looking for the El Dorado!
Tucked away in the redwoods, near vineyards and the coast Osmosis Spa and Sanctuary is near the most charming and beautiful regions to visit in Northern California.
Nestled on the campus of the University of Santa Cruz is the Arboretum, where visitors are allowed to spend the whole day winding through the gardens enjoying the plant life or visiting Norries, a lovely plant and gift shop overlooking Monterey Bay.
D.L. Bliss State Park rests in the splendor of the mountain-formations east of the central Sierra crest over 6,200 feet in the Sierra Nevada. From the high points of land like Rubicon Point visitors can view more than one hundred feet down deep into the waters of Lake Tahoe.
Stationed right in the heart of bustling mid-town Sacramento, California stands the oldest restored fort in the United States - Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park. The park teaches visitors about the very first settlement in the State’s Central Valley.
Castle Crags State Park received its name for its 6,000-feet glacier-polished crags that overlook the Sacramento River just beneath the unrivaled Mount Shasta.