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The Pajaro Valley is quite simply one of the best places to visit and live! Located in the heart of the Monterey Bay, the Pajaro Valley is nestled between Santa Cruz and Monterey and offers an ideal environment to work and live. Generations of families have called this their home, making it rich with history and a genuinely welcoming feel. Whether you’re looking to enjoy the redwoods of Mount Madonna, pick your own berries and apples at Gizdich Ranch, take a stroll through history at the Agricultural History Project Pajaro Valley Historical Association, gaze at beautiful art at the Pajaro Valley Arts Council or do a little winetasting at Wargin Wines and Alfaro Family Vineyards, it’s all right here in the Pajaro Valley! How about seeing the Pajaro Valley from a bird’s eye view? Call Specialized Helicoptors, in Watsonville for tour information.

Situated in the heart of the Monterey Bay area, 95 miles south of San Francisco, the Pajaro Valley offers an ideal environment for working and living. Surrounded by the beauty of the ocean and hills, the area is rich in recreational facilities, with miles of pristine beaches, sloughs, state parks and forests. A temperate Mediterranean climate not only benefits the many crops grown in the valley, but invites residents and visitors to a wide variety of activities year round. Do you like a serene lake setting to camp, hike, picnic or fish?

Pinto Lake Park has a it all! During the spring, you might even catch a little league game in action. Travel down Green Valley Road to Pinto Lake County Park and you’ll find a vast lawn area with several soccer fields and softball field. Put on your hiking shoes and enjoy miles of hiking trails and a tournament disc golf course!

If spending the afternoon on the links is your idea of the perfect day, Spring Hills Golf Course is the place for you! This 18-hole course is challenging, yet fun to play and is located in the peaceful and picturesque foothills of Mount Madonna. After ending your round of golf at their spectacular 40′ waterfall, enjoy a beverage at their ranch-home clubhouse which was built in 1911.