Say hello to the open road and unwind!
1. Ocotillo Wells State Vehicle Recreation Area
Camp nearby and try their variety of off road vehicles.
Location: Borrego Springs, CA
Distance from LA: 173 miles; 3-hour drive
2. Big Bear Lake
Known for its natural hot springs.
Location: San Bernardino County, California
Distance from LA: 98 miles; 2-hour drive
Also known as “The Village by the Sea”. A very popular tourist destination because of long oceanside paths.
Location: San Diego County, California
Distance from LA: 90 miles; 1.5-hour drive
4. The Salton Sea
The largest lake in California. It was accidentally created in an attempt to increase water flow for agricultural purposes. A great place for picnics and exploration.
Location: Imperial and Riverside counties, California
Distance from LA: 161 miles; 2.5-hour drive
Get a taste of Denmark! This quaint town attracts tourists from all over the world.
Location: Santa Barbara County, California
Distance from LA: 128 miles; 2-hour drive
Visit the Avalon Underwater Dive Park, go biking, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, and shipwreck exploring!
Location: Channel Islands of California
Distance from LA: 29 miles and a boat ride; 1.5-hour drive