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Showing 16-30 of 30 Nature Resorts
Surround by State Beaches and State Parks, there's plenty to love about staying at the Carmel Mission Inn. No matter if your nature-loving is water or land based, because Carmel is on the coast, but also as easy access to the beautiful California inland landscape.... more
Enjoy the scenic beauty of California's coast when you stay at Best Western Plus Shore Cliff Lodge. Whether you want to just walk the beach or if you'd prefer to get more ambitious and rent a kayak or go on a long hike, or even try off-roading on the nearby dunes, you can do it all! All at Best Western Plus Shore Cliff Lodge!... more
A stay at The Eagle Inn puts you right on the edge of some of the most beautiful natural scenery in all of California. Not only is there the tranquil and beautiful Santa Barbara coast and beach. Nearby are both Channel Islands National Park and Los Padres National Forest, two spectacular destinations for any nature lover!... more
Wander winding trails at Seven Falls and see the natural springs and waterfalls that feed the Pacific. Cyclists will love Cabrillo Bike Path, nature lovers the Andree Clark Bird Refuge and Ty Warner Sea Center on Stearns Wharf. Done it all? Try something new and go skydiving in the open ocean air!... more
The natural geographical beauty in this area is in a category of it's own. Hiking in Big Sur, walks along all the amazing beaches or just taking a stroll through some of the areas walking paths are just a few things locals and visitors can do to enjoy nature in around the Monterey Peninsula. ... more
Avila Beach is known as the warmest beach in San Luis Obispo County, and provides the perfect outdoor playground for you during your stay at Avila Lighthouse Suites. Whether your preference is swimming in the surf, or kayaking out into the deep waters of the Pacific, there are plenty of outdoor activities available to help you explore this... more
Witness nature at its best from Fiscalini Ranch Preserve, a beautiful coastal bluff area with a wonderful, wandering bluff trail that is nothing short of breathtaking! Feet tired of beach-sand trails? Take an outback horseback-riding tour of Cambria!... more
Enjoy the varied natural beauty you will find along the central coast of California during your stay at Paso Robles Inn. A day exploring on the beach on numerous hiking and biking trails is always enjoyable. Or you can tour another unique setting, one of more than 200 local wineries and vineyards located in this renowned "Wine Country".... more
Monterey is the best place in the nation to view a variety of marine mammals and seabirds! Monterey Bay Whale Watch offers year-round whale watching trips to observe the spectacular diversity and abundance of whales and dolphins inhabiting the wandering waters. Stay dry at Garland Ranch Regional Park, where you can hike among cascading waterfalls... more
Reconnect with nature by soaking up the California sun any time of year! Try your hand at biking, kayaking, ATV riding, surfing, fishing, horseback riding, whale watching, or just lounging on the beach. Valentina Suites is located less than two blocks from the Pacific Ocean, making exciting outdoor opportunities easily accessible.... more
The beautiful SummerWood Winery & Inn is the perfect place to feel one with nature. Located among stunning oak trees and Paso Robles vast vineyards, this California destination lets you clear your mind and ease your soul. Explore the incredible wineries during your stay and just breathe in the refreshing air as you unwind in your cozy... more
The Fireside Inn is steeped in the unique ambience of California. Hike along the bluff-top nature trails, or explore Big Sur, a 90-mile stretch of stunning redwood forests that has inspired many California artists. Moonstone Beach is a great spot to see elephant seals and whales in their natural habitat!... more
Runners and walkers can make it to Morro Bay at low tide, walking the soft and sea-soaked sand five miles. Water enthusiasts can surf, boogie board, and kayak the idyllic aqua waves of the open ocean.... more