7 Family Friendly Spring Break Destinations in California

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Hidden gems and classic California spots for spring break

Roseville, CA – We ♥ California! Exploring the great breadth and length of the Golden State is life’s journey that never ends. With exciting travel opportunities in every direction, Roseville has an excellent, convenient location to fuel those adventures. (Pictured above: Roseville in the spring)

With the kids out of school and weather regularly hovering near perfect, Spring Break is one of the perfect times to visit California’s many treasures. Here are some ideas to serve as a starting point to begin your search. Share your thoughts and travel destinations with us. We are always on the lookout for new adventures!

7 family-friendly destinations for spring break

1- Coachella Valley

One visit years ago has turned into a family tradition that generates excitement all winter long. Coachella Valley and Palm Springs The area is nirvana for the snowbirds. The warm sun rays patting your skin, the desert in frantic bloom and the stunning landscapes are a great way to start the season. From Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, La Quinta to Palm desert And with so many other great communities to choose from, Coachella Valley has earned a spot on our list once again. An abundance of outdoor recreation and exploration options for the whole family.
Rave: Living Desert Zoo or experience a A true desert oasis.

Coachella Valley in Spring… Perfect!

2- San Diego, California

A classic Southern California destination. With its famous coastline, laid-back atmosphere and great entertainment and sports options, San Diego is a great place for an energetic and laid-back getaway. Killer craft beer and great Mexican food are always a crowd favorite! Rave: Stone Brewery

The Wharf in the spring in Monterey.

3- Monterey, California

fun in all seasons, monterey It may not fit the spring break stereotype, but that’s fine with us. A playground for all ages, there are endless activities from the epic aquarium and canning grade For offbeat, casual eats and funky shops. An eclectic, traditional retreat ideally set against the gorgeous Pacific Ocean and Monterey Bay. Bring some beach chairs and a book. Rave: Rides on Two Wheels, Melville Tavern, Ice Cream Revival

4- The Gulf region

Culture, leisure and entertainment. There is so much to do, so much to see. An abundance of every imaginable form of fun and entertainment. Weave your schedule around peak traffic and explore this classic stretch of Northern California. Rave: Drive Skyline Boulevard to capture the views of the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay Area At the same time. walking long distances These parts abound, including towering redwoods.
Rave: Oakland ZooAnd Clement in Palo Alto, Concord

Kayak Lake Tahoe
Kayak in the cool, clear blue waters of Lake Tahoe.

5- Lake Tahoe

Be contrarian! Hit the slopes, build a snowman, or play with the family around a crackling fire. The scenery is stunning and the entertainment options run 24/7. Perfect for day trips and extended stays in every season Lake Tahoe Offers something for the whole family to love. Rave: Quiet early morning solitude with a kayak ride on Lake Tahoe.

6- Sonoma

Winter’s visit reminded us of how action-packed it was Sonoma Region! Explore a heavenly slice of the California coast and small inland communities at a slightly slower pace. Go to the Charles Schulz Museum on the way, and explore The Barlow before making your way to explore some of nature’s finest works. Rave: Bodega Bay Inn

Sit back and relax at Bodega Bay Lodge

7- Iqama

Are you subject to budget or time constraints? Not a problem. Make the most of it with a family staycation. Stay home or book a night in a different nearby town and act like a tourist. Go to some of the local parks, the free museum, and do some window shopping. Book a hotel with a pool or head to a public pool, your kids will thank you! idea: Happy/healthy hour for the family. Go to the grocery store and choose something that every family member will love. Bring her home, have dinner together over conversation, games or music. Rave: Top 5 reasons we love Auburn

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