History and Culture
Plan an Affordable Family Vacation in Lake County This Summer
With school letting out, many parents are planning their summer getaways, but sadly, family travel can conjure up visions of costly activities, long lines, and undue stress. Ditch the drama this summer with a visit to laid-back Lake County for an affordable family adventure that focuses on fun. By Gina Teichert Photo: Big Rick Stuart… Read more »
The Geysers: A Hot Time in Lake County
If you are searching for a ‘hot time’ in Lake County, look no further than The Calpine Geothermal Visitor Center and Exhibit Hall. It’s one of the more unique attractions in Northern California’s Lake County. Located in the quaint hamlet of Middletown, nestled in the Mayacamas Mountains, the Exhibit Hall is full of interactive, exciting,… Read more »
Cool Blue Lakes – Cool Blue Fun
If you’re looking for an escape from today’s spin-cycle pace, take a step back in time at The Lodge at Blue Lakes.
Hope from the Smoke – Art from the Ashes
Fire destroys. Fire strengthens. Fire renews. As the smell of smoke wafts through California’s wine country, the scars of our own recent spate of wildfires are still very much apparent, especially along the ridgeline of Cobb Mountain. Yet, in spite of their own catastrophes, a community of Lake County artists turned the sum total of… Read more »
The John Muir Letters
John Muir, the author and activist who founded the Sierra Club had a pen pal in Lakeport, California.
Pomo Baskets Weave Timeless Native American Art Into Historic Lake County
Lake County is the birthplace of the celebrated Pomo baskets, which are revered worldwide.