California is divided into 12 unique regions: The North Coast, Shasta Cascade, Gold Country, Bay Area, Central Valley, High Sierra, Central Coast, Los angeles, Orange County, Inland Empire, San Diego, and the Desert.

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When traveling or moving to California, there are some things you need to know about each of these regions (mainly how really cool they all are!).

North Coast
The North Coast region is populated by the tallest trees you will ever see: the great California Redwoods! Tucked into these amazing forests are small, quaint villages that will make you want to stay forever, and bluffs and cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean that will make you rethink all of civilization as you know it. If you’re looking for the perfect getaway, this region is right for you.

Shasta Cascade
This is the perfect place to plan a getaway from it all! From fishing to hiking, boating to skiing, the Shasta Cascade region has everything you’re looking for. Whether you want to stay forever or just a week or two, there’s something for everyone here, with its quiet villages and massive mountains, flanked by lakes, rivers, trees, and nothing else.

Gold Country
Gold Country has everything for the history buff in your family. From authentic wild-west walkthroughs to some of the best scenery in all of California, Gold County is just the thing you’ve been waiting for–and missing out on.

Bay Area
The Bay Area is a place you will never forget. From San Francisco’s sweeping skyline to Berkeley’s friendly atmosphere, when you come to the Bay Area you will leave with a smile on your face. With great dining, amazing college campuses, and views of the entire bay, you’ll come down to visit–and never want to leave.

Central Valley
Central Valley harvests over a third of all of the United State’s food. That’s a lot of food. With sprawling vineyards, tall wheat grasses and nothing as far as the eye can see, this region appeals to the “rustic” side of you.

High Sierra
The High Sierra region rivals the Shasta Cascade region only in sheer beauty–and all the recreational activities you can find! Whether fishing on Lake Tahoe to staring in amazement in one of its three national parks, the High Sierras have something that will always appeal to your “lazy side.”

Central Coast
Taking a trip down Highway 1? Then you’re already enjoying all the amazing sights that the Central Coast has to offer. Sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean will take your breath away as you cruise down this historic stretch of highway and on your way to freedom itself.

Los Angeles
Ah, the place where dreams come true. And when you move to LA, yours will too. With its perfect weather and dream-like skyline (minus the smog, of course), you’ll never want to leave. And with its teeming night life and amazing club scene (birthplace of most modern American rock), you’ll have no reason to (except the smog, of course).

Orange County
In Orange County, you’ll find it all: great shopping, amazing food, warm, sun-soaked beaches, and of course miles and miles of coastal road to drive your convertible down…all while admiring its sheer beauty and elegance.

Inland Empire
In the Inland Empire, you can go skiing on Mt Baldy, drive up to LA, down to San Diego, west to the Pacific, or just cruise around and go visit some of its wonderful shopping…and where great shopping is, there’s great malls. The Inland Empire features one of the west’s largest shopping malls at Ontario Mills. And take it from us, you’ll be there forever.

San Diego
If you go to San Diego, don’t say we didn’t warn you! Always 85 degrees outside, and its picturesque beaches will convince you to become a San Diegan faster than you can say the name of their football team. But don’t worry; when you decide to stay, you’ll never regret it.

The only thing going for the Californian Desert is Palm Springs…but isn’t that enough? But besides that amazing vacation paradise, you’ll find plenty of stuff to do in the scorching heat of the desert. But make sure you bring plenty of water, because those tumbleweeds don’t go down easy.

California truly is the land of a thousand things to do. From watersports to clubbing, fine dining to fine shopping, or just plain relaxing, you get it all when you head down to California. And we at American Auto Shipping can help you not just visit, but become a permanent resident! By filling out our online form or calling 800-930-7417, you’ll receive 10 free auto shipping quotes from companies who love California and know that you will too. So fill out the form, get some quotes, ship your car, and enjoy the sun. Like the slogan says, California: Find Yourself Here.

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More Information About Cities in California by Urban Area

Los Angeles Metropolitan Area
Los Angeles | Long Beach | Anaheim | Santa Ana | Irvine | Oxnard | Glendale | Huntington Beach | Santa Clarita | Garden Grove | Lancaster | Palmdale | Pomona | Torrance | Carson | Pasadena | Orange | Fullerton | Thousand Oaks | Simi Valley | Victorville | El Monte | Downey | Costa Mesa | Inglewood | Ventura | West Covina | Norwalk | Murrieta | Burbank | Temecula

San Francisco Metropolitan Area
San Jose | San Francisco | Oakland | Stockton | Fremont | Santa Rosa | Hayward | Sunnyvale | Concord | Santa Clara | Vallejo | Berkeley | Fairfield | Richmond | Antioch | Daly City

San Diego Metropolitan Area
San Diego | Chula Vista | Oceanside | Escondido | Carlsbad | El Cajon | Vista | Rosarito Beach | San Marcos | Tecate | Encinitas | National City | La Mesa | Santee

Riverside Metropolitan Area
Riverside | San Bernardino | Fontana | Moreno Valley | Ontario | Rancho Cucamonga | Corona | Victorville

Sacramento Metropolitan Area
Sacramento | Elk Grove | Roseville | Citrus Heights | Davis | Folsom | Rancho Cordova | Rocklin | Woodland | Yuba City