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Cabins in California USA
There is so much for vacationers to see and do in stunning, sunny California! You will fall in love with the open road along the magnificent Pacific Ocean in this vast playground of gleaming sophisticated cities, historical Gold Rush towns, mighty canyons, cascading waterfalls, chains of snow covered high sierras, alpine meadows, barren deserts, endless miles of soft, sandy beaches, iconic piers and boardwalks and an inviting culture of laid back fine dining and incredible wines from regions such as the Napa Valley.California Cabins
These cabins are dotted in and around beautiful San Bernardino State Forest with easy access to Joshua Tree National Park, along the Pacific Coast near Cambria, Monterrey, Eureka and Lake Nascimento as well as along the extensive belt of National Forest in Eastern California all the way to Mount Shasta and the Oregan border. Browse a lovely selection of accommodation options that feature fully equipped, spacious, interiors with fabulous rustic lodge decor and superb access to the gorgeous scenery of local lakes and National Parks. The cabin & lodge accommodation on offer features properties with a pool, garden or terrace with a peaceful rural view for relaxing. Find a perfect California lodge for 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 guests with several stunning large cabins options for groups of more than 20 guests!
Travelers and activities
California offers nature lovers vast tracts of remote, pristine landscapes filled with awe inspiring, towering natural wonders to explore and admire. Southern California boasts the spooky desert landscapes of Joshua Tree National Park while Central and Northern California are home to Yosemite and Redwood National Parks, Lassen Volcanic National Park, Point Reyes Seashore National Park north of San Francisco, Channel Islands National Park, the spooky arid scenes of Death Valley, Pinnacles National Park near Monterey and the stunning Sequoia and Kings´s Canyon!California USA for road trip enthusiasts
The rugged splendor of the Pacific Coast corridor is best appreciated on a stunning road trip with the spectacular high sierras majestically located to the side as your guide! Drive the fabled, quintessential California Dreaming route along the 1600 km Pacific Coast Highway or drive the iconic Route 66 from Santa Monica westwards that will take you into San Bernardino National Forest through the Mojave desert to famous western towns like Barstow and Dagger to the Arizona border. This is the route for all American mom and pop diner experiences! No trip to California is complete without a drive through the lush beauty of the Napa Valley with its world famous wineries and vineyards!
Did you know that California boasts no less than 9 National Parks, more than any state in the USA!
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Come face to face with the heyday of California's Gold Rush in the abandoned ghost town of Bodie in Mono County east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Stroll the dusty streets of this mysterious frontier town where you can see almost 200 unrestored, intact buildings standing exactly as they were when the town was officially abandoned! This is a great location for moody photography!2. Yosemite
Yosemite is the quintessential California bucket list adventure that draws more than 4 million visitors a year! You will find more than 300 square kilometers of deep valleys, dramatic towering granite peaks, giant sequoias and shimmering waterfalls to discover! Yosemite to fabled natural wonders such as El Capitan, the largest granite boulder on earth, the 740m Yosemite Falls and some of the world's tallest trees amongst the over 500 towering, sequoia trees in Mariposa Grove! Hiking, wildlife spotting, photographing spring flowers at Tuolumne meadows alongside fishing and kayaking on Tenaya lake top the list for Yosemite attractions!3. Mariposa Stagecoach Adventure
Ride up high in a fabulously restored stagecoach with Mariposa Stage Lines and relive the heyday of the 1849 California Gold Rush in charming Mariposa perfectly located near Yosemite. Clop along past old heritage buildings and quiet streets and be transported back in time to the heyday of outlaws and prospectors! You can see fascinating artefacts from the Gold Rush days in the Mariposa Museum and History Center and California State Mining and Mineral Museum.4. Old Fisherman's Wharf Monterey
Fancy the perfect lunch stop on a Central California road trip? Spend a few hours on the stunning Monterey Peninsula and enjoy the gorgeous, historic Old Fishermen's Wharf that bustles with fabulous restaurants that serve incredible fresh caught seafood and chowder and unique gift shops, candy and ice cream shops. Enjoy magnificent harbour views as you dine or try a fishing and sailing expedition or a cruise and whale watching expedition!5. Carmel-by-the-Sea
Come and spend the day at one of the most iconic beach destinations on California's central coast! Soak up the beauty of this gorgeous paradise beach town setting with a perfect beach walk along the 5km scenic Bluff Path for exquisite views of the white sand beach of Carmel Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world! Stroll about the shady tree lined streets of the town and admire elegant, Spanish Colonial buildings, fairytale cottages and quaint Victorian homes and discover charming passageways, unique artisan shops and fabulous upmarket eateries!6. Lake Siskiyou Mt Shasta
If you are looking for an idyllic mountain getaway, come away to stunning Lake Siskiyou, just an hour from Reading. This crystalline mountain lake has warm water perfect for swimming and miles of sandy shoreline with breathtaking views of snow capped Mount Shasta. There is a spectacular 10km loop trail around the lake for hiking and local watersport rentals will have you covered for boating, kayaking and paddleboarding essentials.7. Panther Meadows Trail
If you are looking for an alpine adventure of a lifetime right in Northern California and the best close up views of Mount Shasta, look no further than the 3km Panther Meadows Loop Trail. This stunning route offers you stunning photo opportunities of alpine meadows overflowing with an abundance of wild flowers in early June after the snow melts. This is a stunning place for a picnic next to a sparkling stream with the hazy purples of towering Mount Shasta in the background!