Santa Cruz, located in santa Cruz County, is a city on central California’s coast. Its long wharf, with eateries and shops, stretches into Monterey Bay. Nearby, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk’s vintage rides include the 1911 Looff Carousel and the Giant Dipper roller coaster. Downtown, Pacific Avenue has vintage clothing stores, cafes, and galleries. Along West Cliff Drive, Natural Bridges State Beach is known for its bridge-shaped rock formation.

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Situated in Northern California, Santa Cruz is a popular choice for those looking for a coastal getaway on the US West Coast. The city has a very youthful vibe, with plenty of interesting creative hubs and a fantastic beach! This all combines to create an easy-going atmosphere that attracts visitors year-round.


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Ocean View Park

Ocean View Park features one basketball court and six tennis courts along with a popular expanse of lawn and a grassy hill with a spiral walkway leading to the top. The southern edge of the park is bounded by Ashland Walk, a short walking path that connects the Main Street area with the beach.

Neary Lagoon Park

Neary Lagoon is a 1.1 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near Santa Cruz, California that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, running, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round.

Wilder Ranch State Park

Wilder Ranch State Park is a California State Park on the Pacific Ocean coast north of Santa Cruz, California. The park was formerly a dairy ranch, and many of the ranch buildings have been restored for use as a museum. There are no campgrounds; a day-use parking lot provides access to the museum.

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