Places to Visit in Nearby Counties include all of the following. For more details about counties adjacent to Yuba or Sutter Counties, see the individual pages for each county:

To find places related to specific recreational activities, such as campgrounds, see the Recreation page and click on the appropriate recreational activity.

Major and Semi-Major Cities

Light Rail train on K Street in Sacramento. Photo by queerbychoice. The largest cities in adjacent counties are Sacramento (population 460,242) in Sacrameno County, Roseville (population 106,266) in Placer County, Chico (population 86,949) in Butte County, and Davis (population 62,724) in Yolo County. In addition, San Francisco (population 808,976) is a relatively reasonable 2.25-hour drive southwest from Yuba City or Marysville, though you have to travel through several other counties to get there.

The following cities are listed by county, in order of travel time required to reach them. The travel time shown is from the nearest town in Yuba or Sutter Counties, except when that travel time is an hour or longer, in which case the travel time shown is from Yuba City or Marysville.

Tower Bridge and the Sacramento skyline at night. Photo by queerbychoice. The giant camera at the Cliff House. Photo by queerbychoice.

Parks and Recreation Areas

The lighthouse at Point Reyes National Seashore. Photo by queerbychoice. For parks and recreation areas in adjacent counties, see the individual pages for those counties.

The hermit's hut in Hendy Woods State Park. Photo by queerbychoice. Pacific Ocean tide pools near Fort Bragg. Photo by queerbychoice. Half Dome at Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County. Photo by queerbychoice.