Moon Take a Hike Los Angeles

With hikes that lead you to forget the stress of the bustling city, Moon Take a Hike Los Angeles gets you out there, exploring and experiencing amazing places just minutes from your driveway. California resident Julie Sheer shows you the best hikes in and around LA. All hikes within the guide take less than 2 […]

Road Trip USA Pacific Coast Highway

Professional traveler Jamie Jensen traveled more than 35,000 miles to bring you the best-selling travel guide Road Trip USA. In this expanded tour of the Pacific Coast Highway, Jamie takes you from the dense green forests of Washington to the gorgeous beaches of Southern California. From logging towns to surfer lore, Road Trip USA Pacific […]

Moon San Diego

Seasoned writer and outdoor enthusiast Ericka Chickowski offers an insider’s view of San Diego, from surfing at San Onofre State Beach to exploring the expansive San Diego Zoo. Ericka includes great trip ideas such as On a Mission, a tour of the city’s historical sights, and Surf and Turf, which covers recreational opportunities in and […]

Moon Spotlight Palm Springs

Moon Spotlight Palm Springs is a 60-page compact guide covering Palm Springs, as well as Joshua Tree, Death Valley, and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Moon California author Liz Hamill Scott offers her firsthand advice on what sights are must-sees, and sightseeing highlights maps make planning your time easy. This lightweight guide is packed with recommendations […]

My Favorite U.S. City: San Diego, CA

What really clenches San Diego’s place in Arizona resident Tim Hull’s heart forever is the sea air. In the summer, there’s nothing better than a mini-break in San Diego to escape the dry, quiet, hot desert.

Family Fun in Southern California

Southern California is a great place to bring kids of all ages for a family vacation. From Disneyland to the San Diego Zoo, there are plenty of family-friendly attractions.

Discover California

Diverse, wacky, and unforgettable, California is larger than life. The boisterous cities seem bigger, redwood forests and snow-capped mountains loom taller, and sandy coastlines stretch longer than anywhere else.