California is vibrant and has a spectacular range of attractions,
from the charming Disneyland to Universal Studios Hollywood, from Golden Gate Bridge to SeaWorld San Diego and from Getty Center to Alcatraz Island. The state’s hidden gems are only short road trips away. Whether you want to be in middle of the 300 ft. tall sequoias in Eureka or the Avocado in Fallbrook, an off-the-beaten-path vacation will help you discover what others have not achieved the feat yet.
San Diego County’s CDP or census-designated place, Borrego Springs is just three hour drive away from Los Angeles and two hours from the heart of San Diego. Borrego Springs does not get that much hype, which leads it receive small crowd even if the area is dotted with many important tourist activities and attractions. Hot mineral water baths, a nine-hole championship golf course and wine tours can be considered for vacation fun.
Sonoma is the largest wine producing county in California. It comprises three counties, Napa, Lake and Mendocino. A southwestern county, set forty five miles away from the San Francisco airport, Sonoma is gaining popularity as a romantic destination.
Set with the stunning Sierra Nevada mountain ranges, Yosemite National Park provides ample fun options for families and nature lovers. Half Dome, cliffs of El Capitan, Bridalveil Fall and outstanding sequoias, all comprise for the fame of Yosemite National Park. The park is a paradise for campers. Tents are seen sprinkled throughout the park. As you slide through Yosemite Village, you will get a warm welcome from the Ansel Adams Gallery, the Yosemite Museum, fine restaurants and trendy shops. See some of the greatest pictures in black & white taken by many prominent photographers when you are in the Ansel Adams Gallery.
The Tuolumne Meadows lure hikers; the Mirror Lake Road Trail entices horse riders; the Merced River allures the rafters; and the Half Dome catches the attention of rock climbers.