This year, Father’s Day falls on June 16th and presents a wonderful opportunity to spend quality time with dad. Here is a list of five great Peninsula options to enjoy with dad.
Yosemite National Park officials say a man is dead and a woman is recovering after contracting a rare rodent-borne disease in popular lodging area.
With East Bay and the wilderness within kissing distance, camping under a canopy of stars is a no-brainer for area nature lovers. Whether you’re visiting or staycationing, the East Bay area’s best campsites promise more than trees and fire rings, their amenities abound.
Camping is a fun and affordable way to spend quality time with your family. Here are some tips for a successful camping trip.
06/15/13 – Yosemite Creek Campground Opens Tuesday Cost: $20 per vehicle, good for a week Camping, Part 1: First-come, first-served at Yosemite Creek. 75 sites. Access road is rough Camping, Part 2: 13 camps available […]
A 67-year-old bicyclist from San Francisco is missing, more than a week after he stepped away from a campfire in Death Valley National Park and vanished.
A proposal to ban camping and other activities at two plazas in San Francisco’s Castro District was approved by the Board of Supervisors Tuesday, but only after the removal of regulations that had angered homeless advocates in the city.
Two of the most popular gathering spots in San Francisco’s Castro District would be subject to new regulations under legislation passed out of a supervisors’ committee Monday, despite the fact that they turned out to be quite contentious issues.
A federal magistrate in San Jose is expected to rule later this month whether it’s legal for police to take down Occupy encampments. Although the decision is about a former Santa Cruz encampment, the ruling could have widespread implications.
Occupy San Jose protesters returned to City Hall Plaza, but the demonstrators are this time trying to skirt the city’s “no camping” ordinance by not actually sleeping in their tents.