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KELSO MOUNTAINS
CALIFORNIA STATE CAPITOL
DUNES
ESSEX
ALAMO RIVER
ALAMO SQUARE
ALEXANDER VALLEY
ALMANOR
ALTAVILLE CALIFORNIA
AMARGOSA RANGE
ARGUS RANGE
AZALEA STATE RESERVE
BAKER BEACH
BEAN HOLLOW STATE BEACH
BERKELEY
BIG MARIA MOUNTAINS
BLACK ROCK FALLS
BRANCIFORTE
BRISTOL MOUNTAINS
BROKEOFF MOUNTAIN
BULLION MOUNTAINS
BUTANO STATE PARK
CALIFORNIA COASTAL TRAIL
CAMPGROUND
CAMPGROUNDS
CAMP JOSEPHO
CAMP STUART
CARDIFF STATE BEACH
CARLSBAD STATE BEACH
CARMEL VALLEY
CARSON RANGE
CHEMEHUEVI MOUNTAINS
CHINA CAMP STATE PARK
CHUCKWALLA MOUNTAINS
CLEAR LAKE STATE PARK
CONVICT LAKE
COSUMNES RIVER
COYOTE DRY LAKE
COYOTE CREEK
CUYAMACA RANCHO STATE PARK
DEATH VALLEY
DEL PLAYA DRIVE
DIABLO RANGE
DONNER LAKE
DUBOCE PARK
DUNLAP CALIFORNIA
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Kelso Mountains

  1. The Kelso Mountains are located just north of the small community of Kelso and the Kelso Dunes, in the Mojave National Preserve in southeastern California.

California State Capitol

  1. The California State Capitol is a "working museum" and part of the California State Parks system.

Dunes

  1. The dunes are approximatly 10 miles in length and about 3-5 miles in width. (Web site)
  2. The dunes are in the left middle ground, with Lake Hill and a dry lake in the center.
  3. The dunes are interrupted in places by basins of flats, which support mesquite, smoke tree, ironwood, palo verde, and desert willow trees.

Essex

  1. Essex is a small unincorporated town in San Bernardino County, California.
  2. Essex was notable along route 66 for provide free water to travelers, thanks to a well installed by the Automobile Club of Southern California [2].

Alamo River

  1. Alamo River is a river located in California 's Great Basin.

Alamo Square

  1. Alamo Square is a residential neighborhood and park in San Francisco , California .
  2. Alamo Square is a hilltop park with ample trees and steep lawns. (Web site)
  3. Alamo Square is a historical district, famous for its wide variety of Victorian styles in architecture. (Web site)
  4. Alamo Square is the most photographed spot in The City.
  5. The Alamo Square is an area which is highly recommended by car rentals San Francisco. (Web site)

Alexander Valley

  1. Alexander Valley is a lush valley of about 10,000 acres with most of the wineries along Highway 128. (Web site)

Almanor

  1. Almanor is a popular Northern California summer get-away offering clear blue water, excellent water-skiing, full service marinas and boat rentals. (Web site)
  2. The name "Almanor" originated by combining the names of three sisters, Alice, Martha and Elinore, daughters of Guy C. Earl, Vice President.

Altaville California

  1. A trained technician will deliver your electric wheelchair to your home in Altaville California after insurance approval. (Web site)
  2. Orbit Medical has helped many people in Altaville California improve their mobility and transform their lives by providing them with electric wheelchairs. (Web site)

Amargosa Range

  1. Many of Death Valley National Park 's most well-known features, such as Zabriskie Point and Artists Drive are located in or are part of the Amargosa Range.
  2. It is bounded on the east by the Grapevine Mountains, Funeral Mountains, and Amargosa Range.

Argus Range

  1. The Argus Range is a mountain range located in eastern California, southeast of the town of Darwin, between the Coso Range and the Panamint Valley.

Azalea State Reserve

  1. Azalea_State_Reserve is a 30 acre (120,000 m--) reserve for western azalea ( Rhododendron occidentale) located in Humboldt County, California. (Web site)
  2. Azalea_State_Reserve is a 30 acre park designed to protect the western Azalea. (Web site)

Baker Beach

  1. Baker Beach is a state and national public beach on the Pacific Ocean coast, on the San Francisco peninsula. (Web site)
  2. Baker Beach is a west-facing beach, primarily a day-use spot, closing well before sunset in summer. (Web site)
  3. Baker Beach is part of the Presidio, which was a military base from the founding of San Francisco by the Spanish in 1776 until 1997. (Web site)
  4. Baker Beach was the original site of the Burning Man art festival. (Web site)

Bean Hollow State Beach

  1. Bean Hollow State Beach features fishing, picnicking and beach combing. (Web site)
  2. Located less than 18 miles south of Half Moon Bay, Bean Hollow State Beach offers a self-guided nature trail for easy hiking. (Web site)

Berkeley

  1. Berkeley is the lead agency of a joint powers agreement with Albany, El Cerrito, Emeryville, and Richmond to develop and maintain the fields.
  2. Berkeley is the safest city of its size for pedestrians and cyclists, a fact that new research is attributing to a safety in numbers effect.

Big Maria Mountains

  1. The Big Maria Mountains are located in southeastern part of the U.S. state of California, near the Colorado River and Arizona.

Black Rock Falls

  1. Black_Rock_Falls is the largest of the five, consisting of three separate tiers, totalling about 55 ft.
  2. Black_Rock_Falls was our personal favourite of the falls in Uvas Canyon Park.

Branciforte

  1. Branciforte was changed to Santa Cruz, Colusi was changed to Colusa, and Yola was changed to Yolo. (Web site)
  2. The Branciforte are considered by some to be one of the most advanced hunter-gatherer societies this planet has ever seen.

Bristol Mountains

  1. The Bristol Mountains are to the north. (Web site)

Brokeoff Mountain

  1. Brokeoff Mountain is a dormant volcano that was part of Mt.
  2. Brokeoff Mountain is a great hike. (Web site)
  3. Brokeoff Mountain is a remnant of Brokeoff Volcano, a larger, but now degraded, composite volcano. (Web site)

Bullion Mountains

  1. The Bullion Mountains are located in the Mojave Desert of California southeast of the city of Barstow. (Web site)

Butano State Park

  1. Butano State Park is a 2,200-acre redwood park in the Santa Cruz Mountains that features excellent hiking through the redwood groves.
  2. Butano State Park is a 3,200-acre redwood park in the Santa Cruz Mountains, featuring excellent hiking through the redwood groves.

California Coastal Trail

  1. The California Coastal Trail is a nine-mile round-trip hike through the bluffs and beaches of Cayucos. (Web site)
  2. The California Coastal Trail is a vision in progress.
  3. The California Coastal Trail is a vision in progress.700 people set out on the Trail in 1846.

Campground

  1. Campground is a quiet setting, and great for relaxing.
  2. The campground was family owned before it was then sold and operated by the Esalen Institute for a number of years.

Campgrounds

  1. Campgrounds are available accommodating both tents and RV's; full hookups available. (Web site)
  2. Campgrounds are closed during the winter and, depending on the weather, are open from late May until the middle of September.
  3. Campgrounds are located near the lake suitable for both tents and RV's along with a overflow area available. (Web site)
  4. The campgrounds are closed during the winter. (Web site)
  5. The campgrounds are open all year and seasonal reservations can be made by calling Destinet at (800) 444-7275. (Web site)

Camp Josepho

  1. Camp Josepho is a year round camp owned and operated by the Western Los Angeles County Council of the Boy Scouts of America .

Camp Stuart

  1. The Santa Clara County Council already owned two other camps, and decided to sell Camp Stuart to take advantage of rising land values.
  2. Camp Stuart (formally, the Stuart Scout Training Reservation), founded in 1944, is a defunct camp in Saratoga, California. (Web site)

Cardiff State Beach

  1. Located on the San Diego Coast, which has been called the Riviera of the West, Cardiff State Beach has a gently sloping sandy beach with warm water. (Web site)
  2. Leaving Swami's in Encinitas, the highway hugs the coast along the bluffs at San Elijo State Beach and dips down across the lagoon at Cardiff State Beach.

Carlsbad State Beach

  1. Carlsbad State Beach is a big, mostly local and uncrowded beach with lots of sand.
  2. Carlsbad State Beach is a protected beach located in California.

Carmel Valley

  1. CARMEL VALLEY is a wonderful area, just East of Del Mar and the 5 Freeway.
  2. Carmel Valley is a combination of sunshine and countryside.
  3. Carmel Valley is a community in the north-western corner of San Diego, California.
  4. Carmel Valley is a friendly village in one of California's most beautiful valleys.
  5. Carmel Valley is a master planned community that began with the institutional name that was formed by the City of San Welcome to our new website.

Carson Range

  1. Uplifted blocks created the Carson Range on the east and the Sierra Nevada on the west. (Web site)
  2. Lake Tahoe lies between the main Sierra and the Carson Range, a spur of the Sierra.
  3. Tahoe---s history began 2---3 million years ago when the faults that created the Carson Range simultaneously molded the Tahoe Basin.

Chemehuevi Mountains

  1. The Chemehuevi Mountains are a horse-shoe shaped range a few miles from the Colorado River. (Web site)
  2. The Chemehuevi Mountains are a horseshoe shaped range a few miles from the Colorado River.

China Camp State Park

  1. Nearby China Camp State Park opens a window to the time Chinese shrimp fishermen set forth to try their luck upon San Pablo Bay.
  2. And China Camp State Park, not far south of it in San Rafael (but administered with Olompali), has opened up more of its terrain with two new trails.

Chuckwalla Mountains

  1. The Chuckwalla Mountains are a mountain range in the Colorado Desert of southern California. (Web site)
  2. The Chuckwalla Mountains are a transition zone between the Colorado Desert and the Mojave Desert climatically and vegetationally.
  3. The Chuckwalla Mountains is a mountain range in the Colorado Desert of southern California.

Clear Lake State Park

  1. Clear Lake State Park is a good place to check out and golf can be played at Buckingham Country Club.
  2. Clear Lake State Park is a jewel with shady campgrounds, fine views of the lake and a boat ramp for watercraft and fisherfolk.
  3. Clear Lake State Park is a state park in California, featuring Clear Lake, a large lake formed by ancient volcanic activities. (Web site)

Convict Lake

  1. Convict Lake is a no-wake lake.
  2. Convict Lake is a popular recreation lake, primarily for fishing.
  3. Convict Lake is a small, deep lake surrounded by majestic mountains on 3 sides. (Web site)
  4. Convict Lake is one of the most beautiful places in the Eastern Sierra with crystal clear water surrounded by steep rugged mountain peaks. (Web site)

Cosumnes River

  1. The Cosumnes River is a tributary of the Mokelumne River, approximately 80 mi (128.75 km) long, in northern California in the United States.
  2. The Cosumnes River is the only free-flowing river left in California's Central Valley.

Coyote Dry Lake

  1. Coyote Dry Lake is a 30-square-mile (78-square-kilometer) playa.
  2. Coyote Dry Lake is a dry lake bed in southern California in the United States.
  3. The name "Coyote Dry Lake" appears for the first time in print when published in the Meteoritical Bulletin #89 (2005). (Web site)
  4. The name "Coyote Dry Lake" was approved by the Committee for these classified stones, as well as for the remaining 200 "provisionally numbered" finds. (Web site)

Coyote Creek

  1. Coyote Creek is a concrete-lined trapezoidal channel that ultimately drains into the San Gabriel River. (Web site)
  2. Coyote Creek is a river that flows through the Santa Clara Valley. (Web site)

Cuyamaca Rancho State Park

  1. Cuyamaca Rancho State Park is a state park located forty miles east of San Diego, California in the Peninsular Range. (Web site)

Death Valley

  1. Death Valley is a land of extremes, and much more.
  2. Death Valley is a treasure trove of scientific information about the ancient Earth and about the forces still working to shape our modern world.
  3. Death Valley was named by gold seekers who undertook to cross this desolate region in 1849 on their way to the California gold fields.

Del Playa Drive

  1. Del Playa Drive is a street running parallel to the oceanfront in Isla Vista, California.

Diablo Range

  1. To the east of Milpitas lie the foothills, rolling hills, and mountains of the Diablo Range.
  2. Images Overview San Benito Mountain is the highpoint of the Diablo Range, reflected in its rank as the 29th most prominent peak in California. (Web site)

Donner Lake

  1. Donner Lake Piers and boat launching facilities.
  2. Directions We-ll be staying at the Absolute Adventures ski cabin on Donner Lake.
  3. Access is on Donner Lake exit from Interstate 80, on Donner Pass Road south of the freeway.

Duboce Park

  1. Children, dogs, parents and owners are common denizens of Duboce Park.
  2. Downtown accessible in 15 minutes with a couple of blocks walk down the street to the Muni stop at Duboce park.

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