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Spring and fall are the best seasons to cycle the desert parks of southern California


 

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Our map of California shows major cities, towns, highways, rivers, lakes and National Parks to help you explore this great state. Click on labels to go to specific places you are interested in visiting. We think California is the best vacation destination in the U.S. Come for the first time or the fiftieth time - the possibilities are endless. When you study the map of California, remember the state’s vast size makes it more like a country than a state – you’ll never finish exploring its many treasures. Not surprisingly, many of the most enthusiastic travelers here are California residents enjoying unexplored regions of their home state.
 

Clickable California State Map

Central Coast Napa - Sonoma Wine Country Pacific Coast Highway Redwood Highway Santa Cruz Shasta Lake Area Lassen Volcanic National Park Oakland San Jose Carmel by-the-Sea Monterey San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara Los Angeles Palm Springs Joshua Tree National Park San Diego Channel Islands National Park Sequoia - Kings Canyon National Park Fresno Death Valley National Park Sequoia - Kings Canyon National Park Yosemite National Park Lake Tahoe Area Sacramento San Francisco
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California has a vacation for everyone – from beaches to big cities, forests to funky towns, desert oases to deep canyons, thrill rides to timeless redwoods – this site is all you need to find your favorite California destinations.
 
California’s unmatched natural beauty and cultural diversity will make every visit special. There are 18 National Forests, 8 National Parks and 264 State Parks and Beaches to explore. With 840 miles of coastline, visitors have hundreds of access points to the Pacific Ocean.
 
California’s 35 million people are concentrated mostly in the coastal cities from San Francisco south to San Diego. Mid-sized cities in the Central Valley like Bakersfield and Sacramento are growing as the population moves slowly inland. Whatever the season or region you pick for your trip, get packing and go!

   


 
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The famous lone cypress, along the Pebble Beach coast.

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