Thursday, September 27, 2007
Southern California has some great places to camp right on the beach. No need for an expensive hotel room just pull up the RV or set up the tent. During the summer reservations are a must but off season it's possible to drive into the camp ground and get hooked up with a prime beachfront site. San Elijo State Beach is a prime example of Southern California beach front camping. This Northern San Diego county park has camping sites overlooking the Pacific Ocean offering some of the best views anywhere for just a few dollars a night. Next time your in the mood for some beach fun try camping along the Southern California coast. More about Beach Camping
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Manzanar National Historic Site is a fascinating look into the history of how 110,000 men, women, and children were relocated to the middle of the desert in 1942. After the attack on Pearl Harbor Japanese American's were rounded up and placed in ten internment camps due to concerns about national security. Manzanar has only one main building left standing the auditorium. Manzanar National Historic Site
Thursday, September 20, 2007
The ultimate way to enjoy Southern California Bachelor/Bachelorette Parties, Employee Appreciation Parties, Wine tasting tours. Prom or sports events. Big Woody Tours provides the most unique and luxurious transportation in Southern California. Our authentic woody bus (with white walls) holds 18-21 passengers in a living-room style setting. Our service is available hourly as a limo or flat-rate package tours are available. Perfect for all events and occasions!
Big Woody Tours
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Just about 22 miles off the coast of Southern California sits the historic island of Catalina. Most of the island is controlled by the Catalina Island Conservancy which is dedicated to preserving it from development. Not to worry there is plenty to do and see when you visit the scenic destination.
Catalina Flyer Family Fun Package
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
The Jelly Belly tour is a fun day for kids and adults. The forty minute tour is free and and the end you get a free sample bag of candy. During the tour you will see how this world famous candy is manufactured. On a elevated walkway you can peek down at the different processes used to produce the tasty jelly bean candy. Jelly Belly
Saturday, September 01, 2007
Gaviota State Beach is the last stop on Highway 101 before it turns inland toward Buelton. Other that the occasional train the only noise you will hear is the waves crashing on the beach. The pier is very popular for fishing and scuba divers enjoy the surrounding waters. Gaviota Beach