Bakersfield’s city parks are spread throughout Central California’s San Joaquin Valley. These public spaces include large shade trees and splash pads that provide green space and sun relief. Additionally, they provide a beautiful natural setting for escape from bustling and urbanised cities. The city maintains over 60 parks, ranging from linear parks along cliffs to… Continue reading The Top Ten Parks in Bakersfield
Camping amid the redwoods and along the neighbouring beach bluffs provides the best vantage point for seeing Big Sur’s towering mountain cliffs and magnificent ocean. Campgrounds are in high demand along the Big Sur coast, which stretches about 90 miles along Highway 1 between Hearst Castle and Carmel-by-the-Sea. Big Sur has attracted numerous notable visitors… Continue reading California’s 12 Best Campgrounds Near Big Sur & Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
From the Sierra Nevada Mountains’ high peaks to Death Valley’s below-sea-level salt flats, California’s national parks offer visitors a broad range of settings and activities. Aspiring travellers of all ages to visit California national parks such as Redwood, Joshua Tree, and Yosemite deserve the millions of visitors they receive each year. The National Park Service… Continue reading California has some of the top national parks in the country.
California’s state parks are brimming with sea breezes, breathtaking waterfalls, and towering mountain peaks, offering visitors a lifetime of adventure. Hiking, camping, fishing, and SCUBA diving are all popular activities in these public spaces, which attract more people than California’s top national parks. Additionally, you may simply stand and take in the amazing natural splendour… Continue reading There are 10 good state parks in California.