With autumn around the corner many people are desperately clutching to the remaining days of summer. Take some time to indulge in these five summer activities to ease the seasonal transition.
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.
Enjoy the wilderness in comfort with one of these beautiful retreats near Sacramento.
A homeless Nevada City man has been granted the first approval by the police department to camp legally after the city passed a new ordinance last month.
The state’s Public Health Department says we should continue with our plans this holiday weekend even if they include camping at Yosemite National Park.
Though rainforest and California don’t seem to belong in the same sentence, a portion of the northern Californian coast includes Pacific temperate rain forest ecoregions. The area’s much loved California redwoods, aka sequoias, add a little extra glamour to this already awesome weekend getaway area.
A trip to Mount Diablo is easily one of the best one-tank trips in the area, boasting stunning views of pyramid-like peaks and natural areas. At just 75 miles away, expect to spend about 1.5 hours on the road barring heavy weekend traffic. When spending a day, a weekend or even longer on a nearby play-cation, this adventure offers a variety of off-the-beaten-path options and a list of activities sure to please any outdoor enthusiast.
Camping is a fun and affordable way to spend quality time with your family. Here are some tips for a successful camping trip.
Malakoff Diggins is one of California’s lesser known state parks. At the park, on a winding road 26 miles northeast of Nevada City, visitors can see the huge cliffs carved out by the streams of water used to wash away the mountain to find gold.
Folsom Lake is just minutes from Sacramento and is a great destination for boating, swimming, hiking, biking, camping and more.