Much more relaxed atmosphere than big amusement parks. Plenty of sight seeing and other activities nearby if rides and games don't amuse your guest for long.
Cities near Santa Cruz
- 1California, USA17 reviews
Went to Capitola a couple of weeks ago and I fell in love with it. Cute small town with great people.
- 2California, USA1 review
I spent my summers growing up here at Kennolyn Camp, which is a truly AMAZING place for children to make friendships that will last a lifetime
- 3California, USA4 reviews
They have a great Farmers market every Sunday!
- 4California, USA4 reviews
Nice little beach town south of Santa Cruz. The beach is long and broad with brownish sand. On a clear day you can see all the way to Monterrey.
- 5California, USA9 reviews
great place to see seals and otters, rent a kayak, take a boat trip, or buy fish at Sea Harvest, our favorite fish market.
- 6California, USA1 review
Felton is easily accessible from Santa Cruz or Boulder Creek yet it feels a world apart. Set up in the redwoods, this small town offers some fun adventure. There are some good restaurants yet it is the gateway to nature which most people are after. Roaring Camp and Henry Cowell State Park are here. California's oldest state park, Big Basin, ...
- 7California, USA1 review
they grow great strawberries
- 8California, USA7 reviews
Davenport is beautiful and wild. Walk along the bluffs overlooking the ocean and you will more likely than not see migrating whales spouting. If you descend to the beaches bring some layers as it gets cold anytime, and dont forget to pack your trash out. Be very careful swimming here, the water is treacherous as well as very cold. The ...
- 9California, USA2 reviews
My old stomping grounds! Hanging out by the river before, DURING and after school!
- 10California, USA1 review
Good Morning from Scotts Valley, CA
- 11California, USA1 review
Great place ever!
- 12California, USA1 review
crazy place, fun. Drinks by the fire... if it's reopened!
- 13California, USA4 reviews
A hellhole, infested with rednecks. This place should be so great. It's a beautiful woman with a personality disorder. Is it drugs, or disenchanted former loggers, or the not-so-hidden white power factions? It's just not a healthy place. It is hard to fathom why this town is so crunky. The redwood trees are beautiful, the proximity to the fantastic Big ...
- 14California, USA1 review
- 15California, USA88 reviews
Many great companies in the area, stayed here many times, met many people, all friendly, but never really got a chance to look around.
- 16California, USA33 reviews
its a really great place and there is so much to do.
- 17California, USA50 reviews
With Stanford University anchoring the western edge of town, Palo Alto is always busy. Students, tech gurus, and tourists all walk on the same sidewalks together downtown, where you might pass the office of one of your favorite start-up companies (hello, Roku!). Chic shops, globally minded restaurants and a restored retro movie house will keep you amused, at least for ...
- 18California, USA41 reviews
i wanna go to paris
- 19California, USA16 reviews
- 20California, USA15 reviews
Great family city with top schools in the South Bay. Extremely good area to raise a family. Apple headquarters is located here. There are a few local wineries, my favorite is Picchetti.