The California summer season is officially underway and that means the first day of fall is right around the corner.
For some of the nation’s most popular destinations, however, the winter can be a whole different ball game.
With the winter coming on quickly, the summer is getting a whole lot more intense than ever.
And with it comes a host of winter fun for the whole family.
Whether it’s snowing or snowing outside, there’s always something to do in the sunshine.
Here are some of our favorite spots for spring in Southern California.
In Orange County, there are plenty of ways to get the perfect winter vacation:With the first of the year arriving, here are some ways to maximize the time you have to spend in the sun.
If you’re in the Southern California area, you may have seen a few snow-covered spots.
These are some places that can get the best of winter with the best places to get your winter fix.
If summer is coming to a close and the skies are getting a little dark, here’s a look at some places you may want to explore during spring.
In Long Beach, you might be surprised to learn there are no winter snowfields to be found.
It’s possible to enjoy the sun without a snow cone, so be sure to check out the beaches of Long Beach.
The beachfront town of Longmeadow is home to many of Long Island’s most beautiful beaches, and that’s just one reason to head there.
A combination of winter weather and the city’s unique climate allows visitors to enjoy some of Longs greatest beaches while getting some much needed winter work done.
While most people in California spend the winter outdoors, some of its most popular beaches also welcome the weather in the form of snow.
The Southern California beaches of Orange County and Los Angeles are some excellent options.
In the Los Angeles area, there aren’t many people who have never been to the beach.
However, there is one place where the weather really doesn’t cooperate with your expectations.
This is Long Beach at night.
As the days and nights go by, the sun becomes more and more visible.
If the skies start to get dark, there isn’t much you can do except look around and try to figure out what you need to do.
In fact, there may not be a place in Los Angeles that is as perfect a place for a trip to the ocean.
If your family and friends are looking for a place to visit during the winter, this is the place to be.
In Long Beach it’s a perfect spot for the beach, where there’s plenty of room for a family picnic, getaways, and even a beach house.
If there’s no place to spend the night on the beach in Long Beach you may find a place that is a good match for you.
In that case, you can stay with friends or family in a guest house.
There are plenty options to choose from at this destination, which is located in the heart of Longwood Park.
In L.A., there are countless choices when it comes to winter fun.
If you’re a tourist and want to experience what it’s like to live on the other side of the world, here is a list of places in Southern and Central California to check off on your list.
If it’s time to pack up and head home, here you go.
Some of these are just as good in the summer as they are in the winter.
For those who have just returned from vacation, you’re probably feeling nostalgic for the old days.
Here is our list of 10 Southern California spots that are worth checking out.
If the season of the storm is nearing its end, the last few days are the perfect time to head back to the city and experience the beauty of the sun in its fullest.
Whether it’s the famous Venice Beach or the Hollywood sign, there will be plenty to do and see in Los Angles in the spring.
If time is of the essence and you need a break from the stresses of life, it is a perfect time for exploring Los Angeles and the Pacific Northwest.
In addition to enjoying some of Southern California’s most famous beaches, there might be one or two spots you could explore for a little vacation in the mountains or the desert.