When the first big winter storm hit the California coastline, our family clapped for joy because it meant that the High Sierras were getting their first serious snowfall of the winter season.
When Disney combines the celebratory fun of the winter holidays with fantasies come to life inside their parks, the result is pure magic.
When families think of great destinations to view fall foliage, California is not typically the first state that comes to mind. Lucky for us west coasters, there are still plenty of great places to experience autumn’s splendor without hopping a plane and battling the “leafer” crowds.
I love California. I have been lucky enough to travel all over the country and experience some truly incredible parks, museums, and vistas, but my heart always leads me back to my home state and its incredible beauty, diversity and culture.
Enjoy summertime in Mammoth with kids in tow; the Eastern Sierras offer a wide variety of family fun including exploration, hiking, biking, and more.
So where should families go to experience some great family friendly tide pooling in California? Trekaroo co-founder, Liling Pang as put together an excellent list of fantastic spots to explore up and down the coast. Here are some of my own personal favorites from the list, starting south and working my way north:
Northern California is an epic vacation destination. Why? Because there are so many fun and diverse things to do in Northern California! It’s a place where you can enjoy world-class …
I couldn’t help but enjoy the many great activities, resorts, and dining options that Palm Springs offers families. Curious? Here is a glimpse at some of the things that have helped put Palm Springs on my families permanent vacation map:
San Diego is one of the most family-friendly cities in the world. Who else throws open their doors to kids, welcoming them to 100+ attractions such as SeaWorld, The San Diego Zoo, and …