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- 481California, USA2 reviews
This is a remote city with sprawling homes and a lot of empty space. Mostly residential, but a great place to ride horses, go for a motorcycle ride, or visit Indian Hills camp.
- 482California, USA2 reviews
A lovely, small town located in the Sierra foothills with a few decent places to eat and not much else. The people are friendly and it's not a bad stopping place before starting the climb through the foothills into the Sierras.
- 483California, USA1 review
Mather is a scenic and remote community in Tuolumne County. The town is named after Stephen Tyng Mather, director of the National Park Service from 1917 to 1929.
- 484California, USA2 reviews
Great campsites with trails nearby. You get amazing snow and also a beautiful spring and summer spot to visit!
- 485California, USA6 reviews
Mojave may feel like it is out in the middle of nowhere yet I actually like this town. There is the strip of gas stations along the train tracks and fast food restaurants one after another yet it is an interesting view of America on the go. Fill the car up and fill yourself up as quickly as you can.
- 486California, USA2 reviews
Wonderful place to go hiking or picnic at and play in the water.
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- 489California, USA2 reviews
On the Northern edge of Santa Barbara county is the quietly sprawling city of Santa Maria. Its population density rivals that of Santa Barbara, but somehow it has still been able to maintain a slower small town pace. Agriculture and cattle ranching are the main industries, with local wineries becoming increasingly popular. The town has many attributes, including an indoor ...
- 490California, USA2 reviews
Nice art and craft faire each month. Lovely place to walk along the cliffs overlooking the ocean. The park is a good place for children to play.
- 491California, USA1 review
A back-country road of San Diego with not much to offer besides a rest-stop on the way to the mountains and campgrounds. But the country road through it is an enjoyable and scenic journey.
- 492California, USA2 reviews
Sweet LAWD!!!! The things I will do for family... so i find myself helping my brother move to SD... in the middle of the night with a 16 foot truck filled to the rafters... running on nothing but rockstar and hopes and dreams of good times... and lets not talk about how the truck got filled in the first place... ...
- 493California, USA1 review
I might be slightly biased since I was raised in Hopland, but for a small Northern Californian town Hopland has a lot to offer. Including world class wineries, hiking, mountain biking or just hand out and relax. easy weekend getaway from the Bay Area.
- 494California, USA1 review
Great place to hike through the forests and glimpse the occasional ocean view There is a lot of folklore around Elfin forest and paranormal happenings, but all I know is that it is a wonderful place to hike during the day but I would not be caught dead there at night!
- 495California, USA2 reviews
Founded by Swedes, the town's nickname is "Little Sweden." Most of the town's retail businesses reflect a touch of Sweden, either in their architecture or the goods sold. The Kingsburg water tower is shaped like an antique Swedish coffee pot. It is a clean, attractive town - fun to walk through the central district and note all the Swedish tie-ins.
- 496California, USA1 review
Nice little town. Gas station; small store and a post office.
- 497California, USA1 review
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