Stay In Marina
Marina is the perfect place to stay while exploring the Monterey Bay’s beautiful beach communities and numerous attractions.
Marina is located near Highways 1 and 101, and offers excellent rates on a variety of lodging and dining options.
Marina State Beach’s pristine white sand and unique winds make it a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts.
Easy access to a trail system covering 5000 acres of land managed by BLM Fort Ord Public Land.
Athletes, travelers and adventurers from across the world visit our best drop zone on the West Coast.
Marina Dunes RV Resort offers a beautiful clubhouse, exercise room, outdoor patio/bbq area, playground and more
Located at the ocean’s edge on historic Cannery Row, the Monterey Bay Aquarium is your window to marine life.
With its picturesque charm and colorful history, Cannery Row captivates visitors from all over the world.
Santa Cruz is known for it’s great surf, beaches, redwood forests, cuisine, recreation, and laid back beach culture.
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
Enjoy warm sand, cool surf, hot rides and free entertainment at the only major seaside amusement park on the West Coast.
Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History (SCMNH) has been connecting people to the wonders of nature for over 100 years.
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Marina has been ranked #20 out of the Most Diverse Places to Live in California according to niche.com. With that diversity comes a diverse selection of great restaurants and cafe’s. Maybe you’re in the mood for a carnita burrito but your friend feels like a teriyaki bowl. You can head on over to El Rancho Market for an authentic mexican burrito and then a quick dash over to Teriyaki Madness for your teriyaki bowl fix, and everyone’s happy.