California Road Trips 2008, a 32-page guide to the state’s many destinations and driving routes, is now available. The free book, which is produced by the California Travel and Tourism Commission (CTTC) and Sunset Custom Communications, is in the June edition of Sunset magazine and easily accessible through the CTTC’s website and phone service.
This revised guide, which was originally titled California Drives, reflects California’s famous active lifestyle and reputation as a getaway locale. It includes detailed maps with references to historical sites, wineries, specific coastal destinations, lakes and more. Specific driving itineraries include the waterfalls and rivers of the Shasta Cascade area, the exhibits and attractions of the San Francisco Bay area, the beautiful nature of the Central Coast, the beach destinations of Orange County and more.
Redesigned driving routes that cross the state’s 12 regions in three-day itineraries are a new addition, which makes the guide even more efficient and user-friendly for travelers with limited time. The publication also contains a map of the state, the locations of the 13 California Welcome Centers, information about local attractions, activities and recreation, dining, shopping and lodging.
California Travel and Tourism Commission