Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
If you’re looking to go someplace different for spring break, why not the San Francisco Bay Area? Here’s a look at five of the best reasons to visit the Bay Area over spring, with a little something for students of all ages.
Many of the most famous attractions in the San Francisco Bay Area are of little or no cost to see.
One of the finest South Bay destinations for a three-day weekend is in Santa Cruz, featuring the University of California at Santa Cruz, the world famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and fabulous Monterey Bay.
The Computer History Museum, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Stanford Museum and Winchester Mystery House are all suggested attractions to visit in the South Bay during Thanksgiving weekend.
Thrill seekers at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk took advantage of one last chance to ride the Hurricane — one of the park’s two roller coasters — on Monday.
Roller coaster enthusiasts will gather at Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Sunday to take one last ride on the Hurricane, a roller coaster set to shut down for good.
The San Lorenzo River has been shifted away from the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and no longer threatens to flood the historic amusement park, officials said Wednesday.
Heavy rain has pushed the San Lorenzo River dangerously close to the retaining wall of the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, officials said Thursday.
Kids, grown-ups and everyone in between all love amusement parks. What’s not to love? Rides, games, food, prizes and the opportunity to lug around a giant stuffed animal all afternoon all add up to one of America’s favorite pasttimes. You must be THIS tall to check out this list of the Bay Area’s Top Amusement Parks.
These places may be more geared towards kids but you can enjoy them even if you don’t have a toddler in tow. Check out these places where you can let your hair down and eat as much junk food as you want while reliving a bit of your own childhood.