San Francisco to Napa Valley
What better way to spend a week than hiking to cascading waterfalls, visiting historic buildings and relaxing in Napa Valley's most beautiful vineyards. First check out San Francisco city, before heading to Old Sacramento, Plumas National Forest, Lassen Volcanic National Park and finally unwinding in Napa Valley. This is a trip of bucket-list sites and freedom to simply jump in your JUCY and go where the roads lead you.
Your JUCY branch: San Francisco - 1620 Doolittle Drive, San Leandro, San Francisco.
Have fun exploring San Francisco and snapping pics of the bright JUCY mini RV in some of the cities most iconic locations. After that, head North to Sacramento.
PHOTO OPBaker Beach and Golden Gate Park - these are the best places to photograph the Golden Gate Bridge.
PHOTO OPLombard street - an east–west street in San Francisco that is famous for a steep, one-block section with eight hairpin turns. Test your skills and try it for yourself!
RELAXINGAlamo Square Park - a beautiful park spanning four city blocks at the top of a hill overlooking much of downtown San Francisco. A large number of architecturally distinctive mansions line the perimeter, including the "Painted Ladies", which you might recognize from postcards. Pack a picnic and take in the epic surroundings.
The best of Sacramento. Check out the famous old town and Sutter's Fort, the oldest structure still standing in California.
EXPLOREOld Sacramento - This national historic landmark overflows with things to see and do. From river boats to railroads excursions to horse-drawn carriages and riverside bike treks, Old Sacramento is History on the Move. Check out the Railroad Museum, right in the town center.
EXPLOREIn the heart of Midtown Sacramento, Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park captures the pioneer spirit of families arriving in wagon trains at the dawn of the California Gold Rush. John Sutter built the Fort in 1839 and it still stands today. Immerse yourself in history here!
Immerse yourself in nature with a 9 mile round trip hike to spectacular Feather Falls, winding down with a visit to the large swimming holes of Seven Falls.
ACTION PACKEDFeather Falls - located on the Fall River within the Plumas National Forest in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, a 410 foot waterfall cascades down. This 4 hour loop hike is 8 miles long and of moderate difficulty.
ACTION PACKEDSeven Falls - a stunning series of waterfalls and swimming holes, near Whiskey Hill. Check out Slide Fall, the Green Pool and Wide Load. Don't forget your swimsuit, so you can dive head first into adventure! Be prepared for the steep hike, the scenery will make up for it!
The most explosive portion of the trip! Spend the day at Lassen Volcanic National Park and explore famous geothermal sites including Bumpass Hell.
ACTION PACKEDExperience Lassen's second largest hydro-thermal via a epic hike through Warner Valley meadows and forest. Wander among the crackled yellow and red mounds of the kitchen where steam whirls from fiery cracks in the ground. Along your way you'll cross the milky hot springs, and see boiling mud pots and steam vents.
EXPLOREKings Creek Falls - the most popular short hike in Lassen Volcanic National Park is the 1.5 mile route to Kings Creek Falls, where you'll find multi-tiered falls and a shallow canyon surrounded by lush nature.
Located at the North-Western end of the central valley is Redding, California. Check out this small town and explore surrounding areas.
PHOTO OPBurney Falls - Teddy Roosevelt once described Burney Falls as the “eighth wonder of the world”. Great views of the falls are accessible right from the parking lot, while a short easy hike (1.3 miles) takes you to the base.
EXPLOREWhiskeytown National Recreation Area - Whiskeytown Lake’s beautiful crystal-clear waters, surrounded by mountain peaks, are perhaps the most prominent feature of the park. However, water-based recreation is only a small part of what the park has to offer. The 39,000 acres surrounding the lake hold four waterfalls, pristine mountain creeks, 70 miles of trails, and opportunities to explore the history of the California Gold Rush.
After several days of wilderness and wildlife, it's time to celebrate a journey well-done. Napa and its vineyards are calling! While relaxing with some good food and wine, kick back and take in the surrounding rolling hills and vines.