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Chino Canyon (California)

Chino Canyon is a 5.5-mile-long desert canyon, and its associated stream is a tributary of the Whitewater River in Riverside County, California, United States. The canyon is located in the northern part of the San Jacinto Mountains and is part of ...

Deerhorn Valley

Deerhorn Valley is a valley in San Diego County, California. It extends from Lyons Peak in the west to Barber Mountain and Elena Mountain in the north-east.

Franklin Canyon, California

Franklin Canyon is an unincorporated community located outside Martinez, California in Contra Costa County. It is named for San Francisco pioneer Edward Franklin who came to California from England in 1849 for the California Gold Rush. The canyon ...

Gold Canyon

Gold Canyon is located a few miles south of Alleghany, California, on the border between Sierra and Nevada Counties. The middle fork of the Yuba River flows through the canyon. Gold mining began in Gold Canyon in the early 1850s and has continued ...

Hill Canyon

Hill Canyon is a deep canyon in the western Simi Hills and within northern Newbury Park and Thousand Oaks, in Ventura County, southern California. The Arroyo Conejo Nature Preserve includes the central canyon area, and is part of the Conejo Canyo ...

Niles Canyon

Niles Canyon is a canyon in the San Francisco Bay Area formed by Alameda Creek, known for its heritage railroad and silent movie history. The canyon is largely in an unincorporated area of Alameda County, while the western portion of the canyon l ...

Rattlesnake Canyon (Santa Barbara)

Rattlesnake Canyon stretches from Skofield Park into the Santa Ynez mountains. Its name comes from its serpentine shape and curves, not rattlesnake occupation.

Reinhardt Canyon

Reinhardt Canyon is located in the Lakeview Mountains, just west of Hemet in western Riverside County, California. The prehistoric petroglyph known as the Hemet Maze Stone, California Historical Landmark No. 557, is located in the canyon.

San Roque Canyon

San Roque Canyon is a canyon or valley in Santa Barbara County, California. San Roque Creek tributary to Arroyo Burro flows through it. The Canyon heads at a point at an elevation of 3.400 feet / 1.036 meters, at 34°29′34″N 119°42′58″W, 0.8 miles ...

Sespe gorge

Sespe Gorge is a rugged section of the upper Sespe Creek in Ventura County, southern California. The formation is several miles downstream from the creeks headwaters. Highway 33 winds directly through the gorge.

Silverado Canyon

Silverado Canyon is a roughly 2.500-foot-deep gorge in the Santa Ana Mountains, in the U.S. state of California. The small stream it is associated with, Silverado Creek, rises on the north slope of Modjeska Peak at the elevation of 3.980 feet and ...

Temescal Canyon, Riverside County

Temescal Canyon is the canyon below the mouth of Temescal Valley, carrying Temescal Creek, through the hills in and to the east of El Cerrito, Riverside County, California. Head of canyon 33°49′38″N 117°30′31″W Mouth of canyon 33°51′51″N 117°31′29″W

Turnbull Canyon

Turnbull Canyon is a 4 mile loop trail located near Whittier, California and is part of Puente Hills Preserve. It lies in the northern-central part of the preserve, and is an east-west canyon with relatively steep drainage. The canyon has a creek ...

Walker Canyon (Riverside County, California)

Walker Canyon is a canyon in the Temescal Mountains, in Riverside County, California. It lies divides Alberhill Summit, on the west and the balance of the range to its east. Temescal Creek flows northward through the canyon from where it heads at ...

Wildcat Canyon

Wildcat Canyon is a narrow linear valley just east of the Berkeley Hills in the San Francisco Bay Area, situated in Contra Costa County, California. The canyon is bounded on its east side by the San Pablo Ridge, and is drained by Wildcat Creek wh ...

Carson Community Center

Carson Community Center is a convention center located in Carson, California. It consists of the Community Hall, with 11.950 square feet of space and a capacity of 1.200 as well as a 30-foot -high ceiling and a 1.500-square-foot lobby; an 8.170-s ...

Paso Robles Event Center

The Paso Robles Event Center is an entertainment complex located in Paso Robles, California. The site opened in 1946 for the annual "California Mid-State Fair". In addition to the fair, concerts, trade shows, conventions and other special events ...

Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium

The Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium is an event and convention venue located in downtown Santa Cruz, California. It is owned by the City of Santa Cruz and is located at 307 Church Street. Opened in 1940, it was built in what was described as "mission ...

Visalia Convention Center

The Visalia Convention Center is a performing arts center and convention center in Visalia, California. The center was built and founded in 1972. The center is situated at the heart of Central California and is considered one of the premier mid-s ...

California Powder Works Bridge

The California Powder Works Bridge is a historic covered bridge in Santa Cruz, California. It is a Smith truss bridge, built across the San Lorenzo River in 1872 by the California Powder Works, an explosives manufacturer whose factory complex sto ...

Oregon Creek Covered Bridge

Oregon Creek Covered Bridge is a historic bridge that spans Oregon Creek just above its confluence with Middle Yuba River. It is located approximately 3 miles northeast of the community of North San Juan just off California State Route 49 within ...

Fort Hunter Liggett

Fort Hunter Liggett), named after General Hunter Liggett in 1941, is a United States Army fort in southern Monterey County, California, about 250 miles north of Los Angeles and 150 miles south of San Francisco. The fort is primarily used as a tra ...

Iaqua, California

Iaqua is a former settlement in Humboldt County, California. It was located 5.5 miles south of Kneeland. Camp or Fort Iaqua, a military post operational from August 5, 1863 to 1866 was located on Yeager Creek about 18 miles east of the mouth of t ...

CordeValle Golf Club

CordeValle, A Rosewood Resort is a private golf course and spa resort on the West Coast of the United States, located near San Martin, California, southeast of San Jose. Operated by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, it is in the Santa Clara Valley, near ...

Pacific Grove Municipal Golf Links

Pacific Grove Municipal Golf Links is a public 18-hole golf course owned by the city of Pacific Grove, California. Originally designed by Chandler Egan in 1932, the first nine holes are laid out through the forested areas of Pacific Grove. The ba ...

Poppy Hills Golf Course

Poppy Hills Golf Course is the newest golf course in Pebble Beach, California after undergoing an extensive 13-month renovation that was completed in April 2014. The original Poppy Hills was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., and opened in 1986 ...

Santa Anita Golf Course

The Santa Anita Golf Course, located in the city of Arcadia, California, was operated by Santa Anita Associates for the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation from 1986-2016. New operators will take over beginning September 2016.

Sequoyah Country Club

Sequoyah Country Club is an 18 hole, private equity, member-owned golf course and country club in Oakland, California. Founded in 1913, it hosted the Oakland Open from 1938 to 1944 – one of the premier professional golf tournaments on the Pacific ...

Silverado Resort and Spa

Silverado Resort is a census-designated place in Napa County, California, United States, centered on a 1.200-acre tennis, golf and spa resort in the Napa Valley known as the Silverado Country Club. The population of the CDP was 1.095 at the 2010 ...

Union League Golf and Country Club

The Union League Golf and Country Club of San Francisco was constructed in 1929 in Millbrae, California, United States. It was one of the most ambitious golf and country club projects of its era in Northern California. It was conceived in the pro ...

Cactus to Clouds Trail

The Cactus to Clouds Trail is a hiking route in California. It begins in Palm Springs, California, and ascends to San Jacinto Peak. With a net elevation gain of roughly 10.300 feet, it has one of the greatest elevation increases among day-hike ro ...

Independence Trail

The Independence Trail is located approximately 7 miles from downtown Nevada City within the South Yuba River State Park in the Sierra Nevada foothills within Nevada County, in Northern California. The trail is the former Excelsior Ditch, which w ...

Lower Sagehen Creek Hiking Trail

The Lower Sagehen Creek Hiking Trail follows Sagehen Creek, a tributary of the Truckee River on the east slope of the central Sierra Nevada in the western United States. The stream lies north of Lake Tahoe and the town of Truckee, California, and ...

Panorama Trail

The Panorama Trail is a marked hiking trail in Yosemite National Park that descends along the south wall of Yosemite Valley from Glacier Point, past several major waterfalls, to Happy Isles. The trail derives its name from the panoramic vistas vi ...

Fox Theatre Inglewood

The Fox Theater Inglewood in downtown Inglewood, California is a now-closed but architecturally significant movie theater that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building, designed in the Streamline Moderne style, was desi ...

Splash Kingdom Waterpark

Splash Kingdom Waterpark is an Egyptian-beach themed water park, trampoline park, and concert venue located in Redlands, California, United States. Splash Kingdom is the largest water park in the Inland Empire. The park is known for having the wo ...

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