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Living the Dream

Living the Dream
Get inspired by some of California's most bucket-list worthy locations

Our latest TV commercial, “Living the Dream,” offers a glimpse of some of the Golden State’s most inspiring settings. From paddle boarding on the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe to golfing at Pebble Beach, the activities and locations featured are truly bucket-list worthy.

Take a look at these incredible destinations—from Laguna Beach to Napa Valley—and start Living the Dream today!

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Living the Dream
The “Living the Dream” commercial gives a snapshot of some of California’s most aspirational, bucket-list worthy settings.
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Discover the San Francisco Bay Area

This combo amusement-water park aims to make every age find a way to have fun. Older kids and adventure seekers can head for Gold Striker, the tallest and fastest wooden...

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From High Sierra mountains to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park; from wine country splendour to dramatic deserts, California’s music festivals take place in wow-worthy...

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California Questionnaire: Zoey Deutch

The up-and-coming actress loves life in the Valley, road trips up the coast, and old-school deli food

For Zoey Deutch, movies are the family business. Her mom, Lea Thompson, starred in Back to the Future, and her dad, Howard Deutch,...

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Charles M. Schulz Museum

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See comic strips, visit the artist’s studio, and skate at this Santa Rosa museum

The iconic characters of the Peanuts comic strip may have lived somewhere around Minnesota, but their creator, Charles Schulz, lived for...