- 1California, USA4.517 reviews
The Capitola boardwalk feels like a real boardwalk... No paved road and cars parked... Nice old wooden slats splattered with seaweed from some rogue waves; a smattering of people wandering around aimlessly - just digging the moment. No rush... Perfect!
- 2California, USA51 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, USA4.54 reviews
They have a great Farmers market every Sunday!
- 4California, USA4.54 reviews
If you are willing to drive 30 min north of Monterey, Aptos is a great destination. Take Route 1 to exit 435 and travel down to Beach Ave. Bring your wet suit and a boogie board/surf board and you will have a great day. Be warned that it is likely foggy in the morning but almost always burns off my ...
- 5California, USA4.58 reviews
Go Kayaking in Estuary. Great meals at Fish Factory. Watch birds, otters and sea lions and sun set from your dining table.
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- 7California, USA31 review
they grow great strawberries
- 8California, USA46 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, USA42 reviews
My old stomping grounds! Hanging out by the river before, DURING and after school!
- 10California, USA51 review
Good Morning from Scotts Valley, CA
- 11California, USA41 review
Great place ever!
- 12California, USA41 review
crazy place, fun. Drinks by the fire... if it's reopened!
- 13California, USA33 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, USA51 review
- 15California, USA488 reviews
I probably don't give San Jose enough credit for what it is, but the vibe of the city doesn't jive with me as much as it could've before I became a city kid. Urban sprawl are two words I just don't like placed adjacent to one another. On the upside, there are many fun places to visit in San Jose, ...
- 16California, USA432 reviews
Mountain View is only interesting if you have business there. You wouldn't explore this city unless you were already bored with the other major attractions in the area.
- 17California, USA4.550 reviews
Palo Alto is beautiful place where your entrepreneurial dreams come alive. Get inspired walking the campus of Stanford University and then walk downtown Palo Alto. A multitude of international eateries and small shoppes. There are two Cal Train Stations, the Downtown station, and the California Ave Station (this is not the main station but a small 2nd offering near Mayfield ...
- 18California, USA4.5125 reviews
Made famous by Steinbeck, this town has perserved its cannery history, and successfully turned it into a scenic place to wander around. The aquarium is a must see if you are in the area, and if you are a diver and can take the cold water, the kelp forests just offshore host about 17,000 species and make for great diving.
- 19California, USA440 reviews
- 20California, USA4.516 reviews
My #heroclix squad about to dominate