The Best San Francisco Movers Outdoor Day Trips
No matter how excited you are about moving, it’s impossible to deny that the moving process is exhausting and sometimes frustrating. Indeed, whether you’re traveling across the country or down the block, there will be times when all of the sorting and packing feels so overwhelming that you’ll wish that you never considered relocating in the first place. So, for your got-to-get-away days, check out our suggestions for some of the best San Francisco movers outdoor day trip ideas.
Say Hello to the Birds in Pescadero
The Pacific Ocean has a unique ability to soothe away stress, and our first-day trip idea takes you to the Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve. Located about one hour south of San Francisco, the preserve is a birders paradise, and on a delightful day, you might be treated to blue herons, great egrets, and 200 more bird species. Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve enchants on foot, and four hiking trails cover the area.
A day spent hiking and exploring the abundant natural life along the Pacific Coast will surely make you want to eat, and we recommend that you treat yourself to an early dinner at Duarte’s Tavern in Pescadero. Duarte’s is a landmark along the Central Coast, and it boasts a James Beard Award for American Classic Restaurant 2003. Along with a changing menu of fresh fish and comfort food, locals and visitors alike adore the sense of friendly community present in Duarte’s.
Explore the Rocks at Pinnacles National Park
Pinnacles National Park sits approximately 80 miles southeast of San Jose. Several hundred thousand people make the trek to Pinnacles each year to hike, explore talus caves, and appreciate the variety of wildlife living in the Park. Visitors also have the opportunity to see a rare California condor in flight. The National Park Service operates a condor release site within the Park, and juvenile condors from captive breeding programs at West Coast zoos and wildlife facilities enter into the wild at Pinnacles.
Hike and Bike the Trails at Rancho San Antonio Preserve
Rancho San Antonio Preserve and the adjacent Rancho San Antonio County Park rest in the foothills near Los Altos Hills, Cupertino, and Los Altos. The Preserve and County Park provide nearly 4,000 acres of parkland containing trails, equestrian staging areas, picnic areas, and an interpretive education facility at Deer Hollow Farm. Rancho San Antonio is a hugely popular place for outdoor activities, and you can hike, bike, and take a horseback ride on the many trails. Model airplane enthusiasts also flock to the park to use the model airplane staging areas.
Lastly, you have the power to keep your move from stressing you out. Try out one of our suggestions for a terrific outdoor experience that represents why living in the San Francisco Bay Area is worth all of the temporary frustrations that come with high housing costs and congested roads.
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