From the bloggers at Monty’s Musings.
When the Thanksgiving crowd goes home and winter is settling in, wouldn’t it be fun to slip away to Santa Cruz, Calif., for an early winter RV trip? If you’ve never been to this city on the north shore of Monterey Bay, it’s time you did. Mild winter temperatures, beautiful natural attractions and exciting wintertime events make it the perfect place for winter RV travelers to relax and regroup.
The beauty of nature in the Santa Cruz area welcomes visitors to come enjoy. Natural Bridges State Beach, for example, holds a wonderful surprise for winter travelers, in the form of thousands of Monarch butterflies migrating to its eucalyptus groves. Stroll the boardwalk and photograph these fluttering beauties to your heart’s content. What a peaceful way to spend an afternoon!
To truly let go of your stress and strain, take a day to hike the beaches and shoreline along the California Coastal National Monument.
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