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Celebrate National California Day With These Epic Outdoor Destinations

With its sun-kissed beaches, majestic mountains and everything in between, it's no wonder they call it the Golden State.

California isn't just about Hollywood glamour and stunning shorelines—it’s a treasure trove of natural wonders. This National California Day, we’re exploring the state's breathtaking landscapes, from picturesque national parks to ancient forests. Whether you prefer beach vibes, mountain treks or just soaking in some spectacular views, the Golden State has it all. Check out these must-visit spots and start planning your next adventure.

Yosemite National Park
Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is like nature's theme park! Marvel at the towering granite cliffs, hike to cascading waterfalls, climb giant rock formations and stroll through ancient sequoia groves.

Redwood National and State Parks
Head up to the North Coast of Cali to discover the awe-inspiring beauty of the world's tallest trees. Wander among the soaring redwoods—you'll feel tiny next to these ancient wonders—and take in the magnificent giants, which can live to be 2,000 years old and grow to more than 375 feet tall.

Big Sur
Take a scenic drive along Highway 1 to soak up sensational views of the Pacific Ocean. This iconic roadway stretches for more than 650 miles, offering endless vistas of dramatic coastal cliffs and pristine beaches. Keep an eye out for wildlife sightings, such as migrating whales or playful sea otters, along the way.

Lake Tahoe
Escape to Lake Tahoe where crystal-clear waters are surrounded by dazzling alpine scenery at this year-round hot spot. Ski or snowboard at world-class resorts in winter; and enjoy hiking, boating and swimming in summer.

Death Valley National Park
Explore the otherworldly offerings at the hottest, driest and lowest national park in the United States. Check out the surreal landscapes featuring salt flats, sand dunes and colorful canyons—it’s a feast for the eyes!