Houghton Mifflin Social Studies lists the four regions of California as: the Coast, the Central Valley, the Mountains and the Deserts. The regions are separated by their different land features. More »

The four geographic regions of California include the coast, Central Valley, mountain and desert regions. Within each major geographic region, there are several sub-regions. These include the high and low deserts, and th... More »

Arizona is located in the Mountain West region, one of the official regions designated by the U.S. Census Bureau. The other states included in this region are Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Montana, Utah, Nevada and Wyomin... More »

The four geographic regions of California include the coast, Central Valley, mountain and desert regions. Within each major geographic region, there are several sub-regions. These include the high and low deserts, and th... More »

Some popular attractions in the California's Central Valley region include the Sacramento RiverTrain, the California Living Museum and the Bakersfield Museum of Art. Visitors can get into the outdoors by rafting down Sta... More »

Central Valley in California is a region that is commonly referred to as the Great Valley of California. This valley is a well-known structural depression in the world and covers 20,000 square miles. Central Valley is sp... More »

The Sierra Nevada Mountains are located in California, and visitors are attracted to the ample opportunities for outdoor recreational enjoyment that result from its notable scenery. Common activities include camping, ski... More »