5 Bay Area trails you can drive to

Looking to take a hike before summer ends? As fall brings cooler weather, it’s the best time of year to get outside. We’ve rounded up some of the most notable hikes in the Bay Area (a quick drive away) to keep you busy and active […]

Life lessons learned outside but close to home

We all remember the days—the ones where we set up camping tents in the backyard or laid sleeping bags on the trampoline. Perhaps you were lucky enough to have a more permanent shelter such as a playhouse to call home for the night. Regardless of […]

Ride in Style

Lodi is a cycler’s dream. Not only is the city overflowing with gorgeous vineyard views and easy trail rides, there is an entire community working behind the scenes to encourage safe rides as a sustainable alternative in San Joaquin County. Between Bike Lodi’s initiatives, which […]

At Home Mag

Give it a Spin

Disc golf is a hybrid of golf and frisbee with the objective of getting a disc into a target in as few throws as possible. Like golf, courses feature 9 or 18 holes, and discs are thrown from a starting “tee” to a finishing “hole.” […]

The 21st Century Treasure Hunt

This year marks two decades since the age-old treasure hunt went digital in San Joaquin County there is plenty of treasure to be found. It may not be buried – it could, for example, be well hidden in a hollow tree – but thanks to […]

Napa is for Lovers

Celebrate your love in Napa, a not-so-hidden oasis among the vineyards. Throughout the wine tasting region, guests can indulge in over-the-top experiences that encourage romance and togetherness, just in time for Valentine’s Day. It’s a place to splurge. So, sweep your lover off their feet […]

Learn to Ski & Ride

January is Learn to Ski & Ride month in Tahoe-thirty-one days dedicated to encouraging newbies to take to the slopes, free of intimidation. Resorts will be offering special packages throughout the month to coax new riders out on the mountain including equipment rentals and lessons. […]

On the Town

Ready to Work

In June and July of 2019, only 5.5 percent of the individuals who left emergency housing (such as homeless shelters) moved to permanent housing, a dismal statistic for the 2,629 homeless people who live in San Joaquin County, according to the San Joaquin Continuum of […]

Turkey Trot Round Up

Looking to run off those calories you’re about to consume? San Joaquin County—and beyond—is hosting several turkey trot events to get locals moving and grooving before they mashed potato and gravy. As an added bonus, these runs all benefit a local cause. Lace up your […]

Paso Robles

Find romance amongst the vines. Located on the Salinas River north of San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles affords its guests a luxurious experience from start to finish. Premier wineries takeover much of the land, producing otherworldly Bordeauxs like the cabernet sauvignon for which the region […]

Explore Highway 1

A Central Coast Getaway Iconic Highway 1 is a gold mine for those looking to merge the beauty of the outdoors with the finer things in life. Set on California’s Central Coast, the Highway 1 Discovery Route winds through ten artisan communities. In a long […]

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