The John Muir Trail Leads The Way Up Palisade Basin Towards Mather Pass Kings Canyon National Park California. - California View

Mather California (Airport + Things To Do)

Mather, California, is a small, safe, and pleasant place to live with a low crime rate and interesting history. Mather is a part of Sacramento County, and it’s a census-designated place with a total population of around 4.800, as of … Read More

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Hermosa Beach (What To Do + Places To See)

Are you curious about the history of Hermosa Beach and what you can do there? If so, you’re in luck! This post covers all you need to know about Hermosa beach, from its history to some of the best hotels … Read More

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Trabuco Canyon (Small Community – Great History)

Trabuco Canyon is one of over 20 unincorporated communities in Orange County, California. It’s located near the base of the Santa Ana mountains within the Cleveland National Forest.Although Trabuco Canyon is an undeveloped city with no streetlights or sidewalks, it’s … Read More

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Why California So Expensive and Its Attractions

California is widely known for its high taxes and expensive living conditions. We look to see if it’s accurate and why it is. California is a center of business, entertainment, and technology that attracts people from all over the US. … Read More

Aliso Viejo Wilderness Park View From The Top Hill In California. - California View

Aliso Viejo (Facts, History, and Things To Do)

Aliso Viejo is a city located in southern Orange County, California, and it’s considered a part of San Joaquin Hill. In 2001, Aliso Viejo became Orange County’s 34th city.Aliso Viejo is one of the safest and best places to live … Read More

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Capitola Beach (Awesome Things To Do)

What began as a humble camp by the beach has developed into a city of over 10,000 permanent residents and seasonal tourists. Capitola beach welcomed some of its first guests in 1874, making it one of the west coast’s earliest … Read More

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Death Valley National Park California

A trip to Death Valley National Park promises an experience like no other. Death Valley, California, is the largest and perhaps most awe-inspiring park in the contiguous United States.Most of Death Valley National Park is in Inyo County, part of … Read More

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Lassen Volcanic National Park California

The National Park System in the United States covers 423 national parks of all types. One of the most unique national parks is Lassen Volcanic National Park, a 106,452-acre park spanning California’s Shasta, Lassen, Plumas, and Tehama counties.Lassen Volcanic National … Read More

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Moving From California to Texas

Over the past decade, California has seen large droves of its residents leave the state for distant shores. While there’s no doubt that California has a lot to offer, it’s by far the most populated state in the U.S., with … Read More