Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
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The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is recognized as the best seaside park in the world. Our vibrant, bustling amusement park is renowned for its great rides, remarkable history, spectacular beach setting, and friendly attitude...
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Great place for families with all of the typical amusement park fare - gentle kid rides, racy roller coasters, corn dogs, and bumper cars just to name a few.
Great adventure for the kids, teenagers, and wooden roller coaster aficionados. Parking can be a challenge. Cheap parking is usually available at 56 Chestnut St (about 10 min walk).
Amusement park offers a variety of games & rides right on a mile-long stretch of sandy beach.
The oldest wooden roller coaster in the US. Then walk to the boardwalk for some great seafood
Around 30 miles from San Jose. The traffic can be heavy during the weekend afternoons. Check google maps and starting before 1 PM and Starting the return drive after 7.30 PM will help to skip the peak traffic.
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“Nice beach, tide pools, nature center. Also is a monarch butterfly migration destination Oct-Feb each year.”
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“great food and this restaurant is right on the beach. you can go for a walk afterwards.”
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“Get close to the Redwoods. A peaceful walk. It's also a cool place to enjoy a hot summer day.”
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“A bit more relaxed than West Cliff Dr. A stunning walk. Make a day trip of it and go visit the Whaler's Cafe and Bakery in Davenport. If you want to go further up Hwy 1, check out Ano Nuevo. ”
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“Off the beaten path, The Forest of Nisene Marks is a refreshing retreat from the busy towns and beaches along Highway 1 near Santa Cruz. Its dense second- and third-growth redwood forest rise from near sea level to steep coastal mountains. You can hike to the epicenter of the '89 Loma Prieta Earthquake.”
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