Just a sniff of the pine-scented air surrounding Granlibakken Lodge, on Lake Tahoe’s west shore, and your worries begin to disappear.
If there’s too much to fit into a day trip from Sacramento, you can stay at one of the many bed and breakfasts in Jackson for a relaxing weekend stay.
If your unoriginal plans for Valentine’s Day include a dozen roses, dinner, a cheesy card and a box of chocolates, your significant other might appreciate something a little more exciting.
California Duck Days celebrates the vast amount of birds, like ducks, raptors and other species that spend a portion of the year in regional wetlands, meadows and wooded areas.
The “staycation” has become very popular in recent years. Who needs to wait in lines all day at the airport when a quick drive can lead to total tranquility?
Gong Xi Fa Cai means Happy New Year in Mandarin. Sacramento’s rich Chinese history allows several ways to celebrate 2012’S Year of the Dragon in the area.
Let’s go fly a kite! Here is an activity everyone in the family can enjoy.
Whether you want to take your kids to the snow for the first time or want an alternative to the expense of snow skiing, there’re plenty of
fun places to play in the snow for the day up either Hwy 50 or Hwy 80.
Whether you’re looking for a festive outdoor experience or an established rink, Sacramento and its surrounding areas offer plenty of options for getting your skate on that could also turn into a fun day trip.
Whether you’re a novice skier or seasoned veteran, a weekend warrior or a midweek snow bunny, when you’re looking for places to ski and snowboard in Sacramento, the nearby Tahoe area beckons from just up Interstate 80.
If you’re planning to make the trek to Lake Tahoe for New Year’s Eve this year, planning ahead will save you some major headaches. For a more intense party, you’ll want to be in the closed street in the “downtown” area in front of Harvey’s, Harrah’s, and MontBleu.
Even the grumpiest of Scrooges will have a tough time being a curmudgeon with all the spirit-lifting
activities offered throughout Sacramento over the next few weeks.
From gargantuan games to oversized fruit, California has its share of odd attractions. Here are just a few.
A cold March storm dropped snow to some of the lowest levels we’ve seen this winter. Here are some pictures from CBS13 viewers.
Windy weather toppled several trees in the Valley and tossed around unsecured items!
After weeks of dry weather, winter has finally arrived!
Loomis resident Jim Paclik shot these photos of a mother black bear and three bear cubs.