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Discover California

Nowhere else combines the famous Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, stunning beaches and wanderlust mountains. California has it all! Less than a four hour drive from San Francisco International Airport, why not see the best of the west, in a true American RV style road trip! Enjoy a scenic drive in this beautiful State. Make sure you stop by the Golden Gate, and Redwoods National Park along the way. Mighway recommends 4-6 days for your adventure.

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Discover the Shasta Cascade

Shasta Cascade is the best place to go to get "off the beaten path" in California. With historic Western town, agricultural tours, Native American museums, national parks, and miles of trails, Shasta Cascade is made for adventurers. And all of this within easy access of accomodation and restaurants. 

With all those trails, this is a great place to go hiking for some truly beautiful views. You don't even need to go walking to see them, with some great scenic drives around the area. And, like all of California, there's some terrific local food and wine to indulge in. 

Discover Gold Country

With its gold mining history, Gold Country is a great place to visit for both the history nut and the nature lover. Once upon a time, Empire Mine State Historic Park was the biggest gold mining operation in California, and before it closed in 1956, the mine produced 5.6 million ounces of gold! Get closer to nature with cave and mine adventures, or get some pampering at the Sierra Hot Springs.  You can even visit the famous Folsom Prison Museum, which you may have heard of in the Johnny Cash song. As always, there’s great food and wine to be had all over the region, as this area is well known for its Zinfandel.

Explore San Francisco

With the cable cars becoming the first moving National Historic landmark, and the Free Speech Movement originating in UC Berkeley, the San Francisco Bay Area is not only beautiful, but full of history. The Silicon Valley is also located in this area, and is unmissable for any tech fans - especially the Computer History Museum. 

While you're here you can visit the famous Alcatraz prison, or visit Berkeley for some great cultural experiences and equally great food. Napa Valley is a great place to visit for a weekend of wine tastings in California's most famous wine region.

Experience High Sierra

Visit High Sierra for its great nature experiences, including the famous Yosemite National Park. Without Yosemite, there would not be a national park system. The park, established in 1890, was the first of its kind and with some of the best hiking trails and magnificent views, Yosemite is the place for a memorable vacation. High Sierra is perfect for camping, adventuring, or exploring the local culture. Getaway to Lake Tahoe, or try out Yosemite’s first new resort in over 25 years, Rush Creek Lodge.

Discover the Central Valley

Visit the Central Valley, and experience everything from Sequoias to Jelly Beans! Discover adventure in Sequoia National Forest, and go camping, hiking, fishing, arts, and much more! It’s a great area to take a road trip if you’re interested in baseball and its history. Visit Manteca for local wildlife at the Applegate Park Zoo, or check out the Manteca Historical Museum. Tour the Jelly Belly Factory, or get close to nature in Mendocino National Forest. Don’t forget the fantastic food and wine, by taking a tour of a local vineyard.

Explore the Central Coast

Road trip along the 350 fabulous miles of California coastline on Highway 1, and get the best of the Central Coast along the way with top wineries, craft breweries, great beaches and unforgettable adventure. Drop in to Monterey Bay Aquarium, or check out San Miguel Island to see seals and sea lions. Trek through towering Redwoods, or relax with a glass of pinot and an ocean view at Marina State Beach. Get some great California food and wine by visiting Pismo Beach or a local farmers’ market in San Luis Obiso.

Experience the Deserts

The California Deserts are one of the best places to go for adventure. Take a Jeep tour through San Andreas fault, an active earthquake fault zone and learn about the local ecology, history, and geology, or visit Death Valley National Park, the largest national park in the lower 48 states. For hiking, camping, climbing and even stargazing, visit the famous Joshua Tree National Park, considered a spiritual mecca for artists and musicians, especially in the 60s and 70s. Visit Palm Springs and El Paseo for some art and fashion, or go on a Desert Tasty Tour in Palm Springs’ Palm Canyon Drive for a food tour combined with local architecture and culture.

Explore Orange County

Famous for being the home of Disneyland, The OC, and the Knotts Berry Farm, Orange County has something for everyone. For the surfers, you can visit over 42 miles of uninterrupted beaches, or visit the world’s largest surfboard in the International Surfing Museum. Visit the Anaheim Packing District for some amazing food and outdoor entertainment, or the Marconi Automotive Museum for their classic and exotic car collection. For some family-friendly fun, take the kids to Disneyland Park, Knott’s Soak City Water Park, or Adventure City Family Theme Park.

Experience the Inland Empire

Once known as the Orange Empire, for its many acres of orange groves in the early 1900s, the Inland Empire is a great place to get away from busy cities. Visit the mountains in the San Bernadino National Forest, which are popular for hiking or a taking a relaxing drive. Head to Temecula Valley to tour some amazing wineries, including the wine cave at Oak Valley Winery, or to learn about the local culture at both Temecula Valley Museum, and the Oldtown District. With so much more to do, the Inland Empire is not to be missed.

Discover San Diego

Head to San Diego County for beautiful beaches, and attractions to suit the whole family. Visit the Liberty Public Market for food, brews, meats and treats, or camp at San Elijo State Beach for surfing, swimming, and exploring, with a great local vibe and great food and drink nearby. For the kids, check out San Diego Zoo, Seaworld’s Aquatica Waterpark, or Legoland in Carlsbad. For the foodies especially, Little Italy is not to be missed, with great food, tons of local culture, and even a few Top Chef stars running local restaurants.

Explore the North Coast

The North Coast is famous for its redwoods, including three trees that you can drive straight through! While you're here, make sure you visit the Redwoods State and National Parks for a walk through nature, where these old, proud trees will leave you in awe. Located in the North Coast is Mendocino County, which has some fantastic wineries, some great places to eat, and a museum where you can learn all about the area's history. Much like the rest of California, North Coast has some great beaches, great food, and great wineries. It's an unmissable area if you're visiting California. 


Experience Los Angeles

With 75 fabulous miles of coastline, 100 blocks of shops in the Fashion District, and over 84,000 square feet of eateries in Grand Central Market, Los Angeles County is famous for a reason. Home to more than just Hollywood celebrities, LA County is a great place for a vacation. Visit one of their famous beaches, including Malibu, Venice, and Santa Monica, or spend a weekend in Long Beach for adventure, shopping, and amazing food. Take a tour around Hollywood and Universal Studios, sneak in some shopping in West Hollywood, tour the famous Museum of Tolerance, or get out of the city to a national park.

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