Camp at Horse Flats Campground

The Horse Flats Campground is located 29 miles up Highway 2 from Interstate 210. You will turn left at the Santa Clara Divide Road(this intersection is also known as 3 Points).

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Catch a Sunset at Oceanside Pier

Both sides of the pier are awesome to shoot but depending on the time of the year/sun position one might be better than the other. Super mellow beach to chill out at and watch the sunset.

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Explore Thousand Steps Beach

Park at the intersection of Highway 1 and 9th Ave in Laguna Beach. Walk down the steps—there are more like 300 than 1000—and once you hit the beach, head south.

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Swim at the Thousand Steps Pools

Driving down PCH southbound. Park at 9th street Laguna beach. You'l descend 219 stairs to be exact (feels like a 1,000). Once on the beach head to your left (south) until you come across a cave.

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Explore the Seascape at Crescent Bay

If you are in Southern California and want to find a good place to watch the sunset, this is the place.

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Hiking Crystal Cove via the Loop Trail

The trail begins and ends at the El Moro Visitor Center. Parking requires either a $15 day use parking pass, which is available in the visitor center.

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Hike-in Primitive Camping at Crystal Cove SP

Located off of Pacific Coast Highway in Laguna Beach is Crystal Cove State Park. There are three primitive sites located in Crystal Cove: Deer Canyon, Upper Moro, and Lower Moro.

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Enjoy a Sunset Run at Crystal Cove

This is a favorite evening run. Park in the lot with a state pass, head down the cliff and back, and you'll get an amazing workout. Tip: Time your runs at low tide.

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Explore Tide Pools at Dana Point

If you're ever driving on the 5 between San Diego and Los Angeles and traffic is miserable (always), consider making a stop at Dana Point to check out the tide pools.

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Exploring the Arches at Little Corona del Mar

Little Corona del Mar Beach is a secluded beach located on Poppy Avenue across Ocean Boulevard in Corona del Mar.

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Bodysurfing and Photography at The Wedge

Beginning at the east end of the Balboa Peninsula The Wedge's main power house is the Newport Harbor Jetty. When the right south swell hits the jetty it reflects back creating a massive back wash.

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Camping at Live Oak Grove

Located within an hour's drive of Orange County and much of the Inland Empire, with dozens of trails winding through and above the beautiful and serene Bell Canyon.

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Catch a Sunset at Newport Pier

Newport Pier is located just south of Huntington Beach at the center of the Balboa Peninsula. Balboa Pier, the more crowded pier of Newport Beach, is nearby to the south.

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Lakeside Camping at Lower Crystal Lake

To get to the Crystal Lakes take the Spruce Creek Trailhead. You can hike or drive to the Lower Crystal Lake. If you choose to drive, you will need a high clearance 4x4 vehicle.

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Hike the South Rim Trail at Roxborough State Park

Roxborough State Park is one of the closest parks to the Denver metro area and is the perfect place to go if you're looking to experience the great outdoors without having to drive too far from the c.

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Experience the Elk Rut in Rocky Mountain NP

Fall in Rocky Mountain National Park brings one of the most spectacular natural occurrences, the Elk mating season, or Elk Rut. During this time male elk “battle” for the chance to mate with females.

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Watch the Sunset from Mt Evans Road

Leave Evergreen, CO and access the Mount Evans Road and Mount Evans Recreation Area from Squaw Pass, CO 103 at Echo Lake.

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Hike to Hanging Lake

Hanging Lake is a beautifully unique natural wonder.

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Hike Devil's Punchbowl and Devil's Chair

What a hidden gem! A martian landscape full of faultline desert rock formations and joshua trees against a mountainous backdrop of the San Gabriels.

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Hike to the Bridge to Nowhere

The trail on this 10-mile hike is predominately slow and steady, but can be a little rocky, so be prepared to scramble.

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Hiking San Gabriel Peak

At 6,000 feet, San Gabriel Peak gives you one of the best views of the Los Angeles basin on the front range of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument.

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Car Camp at Timber Creek Campground

This campground just 10 miles north of Grand Lake is a prime example of the amazing campgrounds you can find in Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Camp at Stillwater Pass

Some of my best nights in Colorado were spent in Stillwater Pass. There are numerous campsites with remade fire pits.

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Winter Camp Near Coulson Gulch

County Road 47 is between Lyons and Estes Park. It's an easy drive from Denver and is a great place to get away for the weekend. I have camped here in the summer, fall, and winter.

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