With so much to see and do, the hardest choice can be where to start. Here’s a great list to go off of.
It’s turkey time and Sacramento has a lot to offer out-of-town visitors. Take a look at this list and make plans to enjoy the best family weekend of the year.
Each year, the autumn dance of color graces the Sacramento Valley, the foothills and the Sierra Nevada to the east. Read on for a list of wonderful options for a fall date outdoors.
Take your pick for a nighttime star show in the Sacramento area.
Pack your bags, load the car and prepare to experience the beauty of California.
Gardens, lakes, mountains and gold mines are all on the docket for a day trip that will keep you smiling without having to look for a loan.
If you’re looking for something new to do, this is worth a look. Form a team, load up and start ducking.
Hot summer days in Sacramento lead many to the cooling waters of nearby lakes, rivers and reservoirs. A short trip can result in a wonderfully refreshing day in the waters and on the beach.
It doesn’t matter if you are just starting out or are in need of lessons to sharpen your skills, there is a stable and horse just waiting for you and your boots to show up.
There are many ways to satisfy your fitness needs. The greater Sacramento region is home to an amazing array of places, inside and outside, that can fit into your schedule and budget.
Within a relatively short distance from Sacramento, off-road enthusiasts have great choices for testing their machines and skills.
Packing for your camping trip is very site specific, but there are some essentials that should go with you wherever it is you choose to pitch your tent.
Check out the best beaches in America.
From gargantuan games to oversized fruit, California has its share of odd attractions. Here are just a few.
Antarctica is the most inhospitable place on Earth. Certain creatures survive there, though global warming can threaten their natural habitats.
Antarctica, the coldest place on Earth, is feeling the effects of global warming. See the view from the bottom of the Earth.
National Parks preserve some of America’s most interesting and unique environments. Take a trip to these national treasures.
A cold March storm dropped snow to some of the lowest levels we’ve seen this winter. Here are some pictures from CBS13 viewers.