Anza Borrego State Park

Imperial County California

After agriculture, tourism is Imperial County’s mainstay. With less than 180 000 inhabitants, SoCal County is the least populated but economically diverse, even eccentrically! The County’s dune complex draws thousands of off-roaders and dirt bikers. There’s a town that’s thought to … Read More

Yolo County Sunflowers

Yolo County California

Yolo County is located north of California between Napa, Sacramento, and San Francisco Bay. This county is most renowned for its cuisine and vast agricultural landscapes. This charming countryside offers impressive attractions like wetlands, museums, and sunflower fields. Experience local … Read More

Yosemite National Park Lake And Mountains

Tuolumne County California

If you want to live near the Bay Area, but the high rents put you off, you should consider living in Tuolumne County, California. Or, if you are touring California and visiting Yosemite National Park, take a detour into a … Read More

Shasta Trinity National Forest

Trinity County California

Trinity County is in the heart of Northern California and embodies the region’s natural beauty and wildness. The small, rural county offers plenty of opportunities to find solitude away from the Bay Area crowds. Trinity has mesmerizing, densely-forested mountains and … Read More

Lake Siskiyou And Pines

Siskiyou County California

Siskiyou County, California, is the 5th largest county in California. Located just 5 hours away from San Francisco, Siskiyou County is for anyone who loves nature and the outdoors. This county has endless mountain ranges, evergreen forests, and historical buildings dating … Read More

Viticulture Tourism Vineyard

Lake County California

Lake County’s Clear Lake, which it is named after, lies like an amulet in its center and is California’s largest non-extinct natural Lake. Lake County has a population of over 68 000, the county’s seat is Lakeport, and the largest … Read More

Historic Cannery Row

Monterey County California

Created in 1850, Monterey County stretches from Santa Cruz in the north to San Luis Obisbo in the south. It takes its name from Monterey Bay, which was named in 1602 in honor of the Count of Monterrey, Viceroy of … Read More

Cachuma Lake

Santa Barbara County California

Santa Barbara County’s 110 miles of Pacific coastline is a destination par excellence! Santa Barbara is a vacation city, and the coast is often called the American Riviera! Eclectic inland towns, wineries, mountains, and valleys, are an allure. County Santa … Read More

Lake Tahoe Placer County

Placer County California

Placer County is the Gold Country, filled with natural lakes and rivers used for gold mining during the 19th century. The suburbs of Placer County include Roseville, Rocklin, and Lincoln. Placer County is also home to a ghost town where its … Read More

Sierra Nevada California

Nevada County California

Nevada County’s young history is rich in anecdotes, a geographical space of 974sq mi, mapped by its gold mining past. Tourism is the new gold, with walking trails and downtown tours commemorating mining days. In historic mining downtowns, nostalgia, pop … Read More