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The best kind of mom getaway offers a chance to relax and rejuvenate. Whatever your vacation style, these fun girls trip locations are close to LA and all give moms a much-needed break. You’re an amazing mother who deserves a weekend of lounging around the pool, drinking wine by the...
In 2020, baker Arturo Enciso and his partner Ana Belen Salatino opened a cozy panaderia called Gusto Bread in the Retro Row area of Long Beach. Specializing in pan and pan dulce made only with masa madre (naturally leavened sourdough), Gusto Bread serves up a delicious variety of loaves, concha, long breads and much more. In fact, Food + Wine rated Gusto Bread as one of the top 100 Bakeries in America. But more important than the accolades, the owners hope to foster a strong sense of community connectedness and sustainability through their business.
From the largest corn mazes to the best photo-ops imaginable, discover the best family-favorite fall fairs and festivals around Los Angeles. Los Angeles, with its plentiful palm trees and summery temperatures, may not feel like fall, but there are still plenty of chances for you and your kiddos to experience some of those classic autumn experiences aka: the fall festival (if you’re looking specifically for apples and pumpkins and leaf peeping—check out all the best places to go apple picking around LA, where to find your perfect pumpkin and all the nearby fall foliage spots we love around LA).
Go for a pumpkin or two but stay for the face painting, bounce houses, and photo ops—without delay, here are our favorite pumpkin patches near LA. For most of the country, the slide into fall begins with cool mornings and crunchy leaves underfoot but for us in LA, pumpkin patch season usually coincides with warmer daily temperatures (the crunchy leaves we still get but that’s because things are just dried out and brittle). But that’s okay—you can still play the part—just pair your seasonal flannel or scarf over shorts and flip flops—no one said cool autumn weather is a must for picking out the best pumpkin. Of course, if you are ready to level-up your fall game plan, check out all the best places to go apple picking around LA and all the nearby fall foliage spots we love around LA).
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When sleeping on the ground is no longer attractive, check out these must-go glamping sites located just a couple of hours away from Los Angeles. If your family’s looking to getaway from LA and commune with nature, but the idea of pitching a tent with sweat dripping down your face and choice words flying out of your mouth is less than ideal, we hear you. Luckily, there’s a fantastic selection of glamping accommodations near LA that will definitely level up your camping experience—sweat-free. Whether you’d like to stay in an Airstream, stay in a treehouse, wagon, or a yurt decked out with 4-star hotel amenities, we’re pretty sure these must-go glamping spots will become your new favorite way to spend the night away from home.