Tag: Outdoor Recreation
San Mateo was one of the first suburbs of San Francisco and is now one of the most populated places in the Bay Area. As such, the community offers something for every interest and every age, whether you’re moving here to work in Silicon Valley, you’re raising kids, you’re retiring, or you’re simply exploring. Some of […]
Glamping and Northern California go together like marshmallows and graham crackers. And rest assured, you’ll find plenty of s’more-making opportunities at these luxury sites. Ranging from the farmlands of Sonoma County up to the coast of Mendocino and all the way down to Big Sur, this round-up includes Pinterest-worthy cottages, treehouses, yurt villages, safari getaways, [...
Sonoma County may be famous for wine, but that’s certainly not all this region offers. Some of our favorite things about Sonoma include outdoor adventure, live concerts, artisan cheese and spectacular views, too. So, rest assured, this summer guide to Sonoma County includes all of the above and more. Keep reading to start planning your […]
Initially inspired by New York City’s Central Park, Golden Gate Park quickly grew into its own complete with unique and one-of-a-kind features you can only find here in San Francisco. Plans for the project began in the 1860s but designers and developers had to completely transform the natural landscape, which consisted of ocean dunes covering […]
According to data from the California Protected Areas Database, the entire state of California is home to approximately 49,294,000 acres of protected land. That’s more than 47 percent of the state! Here in the Bay Area, nearly a quarter of our total acreage is permanently protected from development. That means more than one million acres […]
San Ramon is a community in Contra Costa County that is spotted with parks, golf courses and local restaurants. Highlighted in our guides The 11 Best Bay Area Suburbs to Live and 10 of the Best Places to Live in The East Bay, the community boasts affordability compared to other Bay Area cities, a booming […]
The southernmost community of Marin County and the home of the stunning Marin Headlands, Sausalito, California has transitioned from wartime factory to artist enclave to tourist haven over the decades. Through the years, it has also been a natural and historic spectacle. If you’re visiting the Bay Area or you’ve lived here for a long […]