I love going to catch a Base Ball game with a group of friends or just Me and my Hubby. This time we went July 3rd the night before the 4th of july they have an amazing fireworks display. Its a fun cheap outing. We always grab a lawn seat in the grass, Its only 7$ a ticket and a great view. Make sure to bring a blanket to sit on and sunglasses. They have lots of places to choose from for dinner so come hungry.
My hubby and i took a trip to Yosemite National Park. We stayed at Tenaya Lodge right out side of Yosemite park. The Lodge has nice room accommodations with a buffet,pool,hot tub,workout room, spa and they have tours and information on Yosemite Park and much more.
Our Favorate spots “Must do’s” : (Bridal Veil Fall’s, Tunnel View) (Luis Cr. Trail,Yosemite National Mtn.Sugar Pine Rail Road right out side of the park)
We make a yearly trip to the Lower American River with our friends,.It flows from Folsom Lake to Sacramento, California. The river meanders along the valley floor. On a Blazing hot summer day there is no better way to cool off than going rafting on the Lower American River. We rent our raft as well we get a shuttle service at the end of our trip.. additional fee’s do apply for shuttles, A shuttle service gives you a ride back to your car for $4.50 per person, make payment to River Rat Rafting company before you float down the river.
Raft Pricing :
|4 person raft
||3 or less people
|6 person raft
||5 or less people
|10 person raft
||8 or less people
|12 person raft
||10 or less people
4053 Pennsylvania Ave.
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
Wonderful place to hike, I Went up here with my husband and brother in-law. Their are allot of waterfalls and trails and the trail is right along the Northfork American River. Indian Creek Falls is a small double fall cascading down 30 ft., and is best seen in the spring. Getting to Indian Creek Falls in the spring, however, is very tricky. At the trailhead, you have to cross over fast rushing Shirttail Creek. You may or may not be able to find a safe place to wade across. If you wait until the summer months, then you’ll be able to rock hop across, but by this time of year, Indian Creek will be at low flow. Try coming in late June or very early July. You will love this place only suggestion is to make sure and drive a 4 wheel car or it may get a little tricky.
trailhead: From I-80 (heading east) at Colfax, take the Colfax / Grass Valley exit. Take the first right onto Canyon Way, and drive 2.2 miles to Yankee Jim’s Rd. Turn left and drive 4.7 miles to the bridge over the river. Park at the side of the road. The road turns to dirt but is okay for cars. (Lat:39.02493 Lon:-120.90132)
If your looking for a close trail for bike riding or off the bidden trall hiking this is a neat little place that has a small river that passes threw and lots of trail hikes,and a fully paved trail.
350 N Sunrise Ave, Roseville, CA 95661
My husband and I traveled the coast of California for 3 days…!! we camped out in Big Sur along the river http://www.bigsurcamp.com/, We went to Casa De Fruta http://casadefruta.com/visit-attractions.php, Carmel river http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=567, Pebble beach, Black sand beach, ragged point http://www.raggedpointinn.net/reservations.php , point Piedras Blancas http://jrabold.net/bigsur/roadpt1610.htm, hearst castel http://www.hearstcastle.org/, stayed in a hotel in Paso Robles and went to California aqueduct http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Aqueduct.
Hope these locations will be helpful to planning your highway 1 trip. Enjoy
Some friends and I made a trip to Santa Cruz for my husbands birrthdy. We went camping in Henry Cowell Redwoods SP and hung out at the boardwalk It was a great place to have fun and spend Little $$$ . Parking is 12 dollars if you park in the main parking lot but if you pass the parking lot and head pass the bridge you can park at the top of the hill overlooking the beach. Its a little bit of a hike down to the beach but its FREE.. They have FREE friday night LIVE BANDS on the beach.You can Ride the Rides (buy individual tickets or buy a wristband)
Henry Cowell Redwoods SP Location – Directions
The park is near Felton on Highway 9 in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Traveling from San Jose to the main entrance: Take Highway 17 toward Santa Cruz. After you go over the mountains, turn right on Mt. Hermon Road. Follow Mt. Hermon road until it ends at Graham Hill Road. Turn right, and go to the next stop light (Highway 9). Turn left on Highway 9 and go through downtown Felton. The park entrance will be a half mile down on your left.