This Rural Road Trip Will Lead You To Some Of The Best Countryside Hidden Gems In Northern California
By Lysa Allman-Baldwin|Updated on January 09, 2024(Originally published July 30, 2022)
For over 25 years Lysa Allman-Baldwin has fed her wanderlust for “everything the world has to offer” by passionately writing travel and feature articles for numerous global print and online publications. A Digital Nomad, Lysa is also a professional speaker, workshop facilitator, and author.
Road trip! It’s a phrase heard often in many iconic comedy movies as well as between friends and family who are ready to get out and explore. In this adventure, we take you along a fun rural road trip in Northern California that reveals some really cool hidden gems. Gas up the car and let’s hit the road on one of the most adventurous Northern California road trips!
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What other Northern California road trips should I take?
If you love hitting the road on an adventure as much as I do, pack up the car, don’t forget the snacks, and head out on one of the following road trips in Northern California:
Take a 1-Day Road Trip in NorCal to spots along the coast. This road trip includes Point Reyes National Seashore, Muir Woods National Monument, Coit Tower, Twin Peaks, and Pacifica State Beach
Take the Highway 101 Road Trip. This iconic highway runs along the coast and offers scenic views along the way.
We also have itineraries for all the seasons. Spring, summer, fall, or winter – it doesn’t matter when you take a road trip…just go!
Take a road trip to some of the most remarkable landmarks and natural wonders in NorCal. This itinerary includes Richardson Grove State Park, Shelter Cove, Avenue of the Giants, Lost Coast, Humboldt Bay, Clam Beach, Trinidad State Beach, Humboldt Lagoons State Park, Fern Canyon, and the Newton B. Drury Scenic Parkway.
There’s also a road trip to some of the best small towns in NorCal.