Anyone cruising north into San Francisco on the blighted 101 freeway will notice a wind-swept, semi-wooded hill pressed against the bay, shadowing Monster Park Stadium, looking desolate, wild, and unexplored. This is Bayview Hill in the too often-overlooked southeastern quadrant of San Francisco. Some of its best features are the panoramic views of the city, sweeping from Twin Peaks to downtown to the Bay Bridge, Mount Tamalpais, Mount Diablo, San Bruno Mountain, and the glistening expanse of the bay. Read More
Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast located in the Idaho Panhandle, is no ordinary experience and more than just a step up from regular tent camping. It could be considered luxury camping to most!To learn more about this great camping experience check out our Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast article.
Just 12 miles north of San Francisco and across the Golden Gate Bridge are ancient redwoods that tower to over 200 feet tall, and the opportunity to stand in the presence of trees that are centuries old. Muir Woods contains six miles of trails, and after entering the forest, sounds are confined to the creek, birds chirping, and your footsteps moving across the forest floor. Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable shoes for a day exploring the last remaining stand of ancient redwoods in the San Francisco bay area.