This is my grandmother and her sister and cousins enjoying the Boardwalk while on the old (no longer existent) pier. She has such wonderful memories of their summer trip to
Beginning in 1957, my Grandmother Mamie started taking my brother, cousin and me to Santa Cruz each summer. Most years we would ride a Greyhound bus from Sacramento to Santa
Every year, my family would camp at nearby Mt. Madonna County Park. We kids looked forward with glee to the day our parents would gather all the cousins together for
I found this at my moms house she is 92 nowadays. Those crazy kids!!!
My grandfather (on the right) celebrates his birthday at the Santa Cruz Saloon with his two cousins.
This is a picture of my Grandma with her high school friends from 1941, she was born in 1925 and she told me it was in high school so I’m
When I was little, we lived in San Jose. Every weekend, my folks would pack up the car and we would head to Santa Cruz. I love this place very
My mom loved Santa Cruz. She grew up going there and took us as kids. Then took her Grandkids. Best memories ever. ❤️ When she died she wanted all her
Our family enjoyed vacations every year at the beach. This year a reporter from Santa Cruz newspaper interviewed us and we were in the paper. Always a wonderful memory, we
My grandma passed away in 2004. Was looking through her old pictures and came across this amazing memory. My grandma and friends at the boardwalk, Dated July, 28 1929.
This is one of my favorite photos of my mom when she was little. She was about 2 at the time so I’m guessing it was from 1947. My grandparents
My grandfather Polo, as we called him, and my grandmother Aida who I loved very much. My mother told me the story of a long ride from Texas to California
My dad and I would come here a couple of times each summer. I could always get him on The Giant Dipper or The Wild Mouse. But I LOVED The
As a tradition every Summer since our youngest was born we visit the Boardwalk at least once a year. He will be 6 this Summer. Can’t wait to have funnel
These are our parents Carl and Dorothy Plank in the Arcade section of the Boardwalk. My sister (on the box) and I thought we were in jail!
I grew up in San Jose, and going to the Boardwalk was always a treat. When I graduated high school, I worked summers at a camp above Corralitos, and me