Northern California   Outdoor Activities



  • 05.21.15

    Memorial Mojo
    Blockbusters, BBQs, baseball season… Sure sounds like summer! Start it off on the right foot with any of these adventures.
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  • 05.14.15

    Half Moon Rising
    Pacific coastline, tantalizing trails, beaches, bluffs, and shipwrecks beneath the sea … from Pacifica to Half Moon Bay, here are some great ways to camp, hike, and beach-hop on the Peninsula.
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  • 05.7.15

    Beer Gardens for Mom
    It's that time of year … to thank Mom with beer! And don’t forget lots of flowers. Here are three botanical beauties, with nearby beer spots for relaxing afterwards. Cheers (and beers) to you, Mom!
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  • 04.30.15

    State of Play
    How many state parks does California have? 279! How many have you explored? Start counting! To celebrate California State Park Foundation’s upcoming Park Advocacy Day, we selected three State Historic Parks well worth a visit.
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  • 04.23.15

    Let's Be Dorks
    Fanny pack: check. Sun visor: check. Ego: leave it at home. It's time to explore your local outdoors the way a tourist might! Here are three great ways to dork-out(doors).
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  • 04.16.15

    Waive Hello to These Parks
    We're celebrating America's best idea: National Parks! And they're waiving admission this weekend in honor of National Park Week (April 18-26). From south to north, here are some of our state's greats.
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  • 04.9.15

    Less Beaches? Mo Beaches!
    If mo money means mo problems, then what do mo beaches give you? Mo bliss! Head to Monterey to do some beach hopping at three of California’s top State Beaches. Mo Monterey, please!
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  • 04.2.15

    Eastern Color
    Getting into the spring spirit is just a hop, skip, and a jump away—in the East Bay. Here are a few springtime adventures that add a little Easter color to your weekend: courtesy of nature.
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