DeLaveaga Elementary School 1145 Morrissey Blvd, Santa Cruz, CA95065 DeLaveaga Elementary School sits in a residential neighborhood in the Santa Cruz hills. It serves more than 600 students…More and their families. The school has a large Life Lab garden that allows students to learn biology, botany and ecology through hands-on experience. A variety of music and arts programs also stand out at DeLaveaga. The school hosts a Dual Immersion Spanish-English program that allows students to learn to read, write and communicate well in both languages.
DeLaveaga Golf & Lodge 401 Upper Park Rd, Santa Cruz, CA95065 DeLaveaga Golf & Lodge is a public golfing facility featuring practice ranges, instruction, a pro shop and…More tournaments. Daily, weekend and weekday membership packages are available. Its lodge restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and can be used for banquets, meetings and weddings.
DeLaveaga Golf Course 401 Upper Park Rd, Santa Cruz, CA95065 Owned and operated by the city of Santa Cruz, DeLaveaga Golf Course is a municipal course known for its reasonable…More rates. It has a driving range and a championship-caliber course and consistently ranks as one of the top public facilities in Northern California. The 6,110-yard course hosts the annual Santa Cruz City Amateur Tournament. You can book your tee time online or over the phone.
The Kiwanis Club of Surf City, Santa Cruz, is one of many Kiwanis Clubs nationwide working to make the world a…More better place. Kiwanis is particularly active in local projects that benefit Santa Cruz children. The group meets every Thursday at DeLaveaga Golf Course in the restaurant.</p>
<p>The group's mission is centered around "lessening of neighborhood tensions, promotion of human and spiritual values, combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency, and advancement of medical science," according to its website.</p>
DeLaveaga Park 401 Upper Park Rd, Santa Cruz, CA95065 This crown jewel of the Santa Cruz County Parks has many faces and features unique to it. It is the home of three forms…More of golf. There is the traditional game of greens, with a full clubhouse and driving range. Second, there is an internationally known disc golf course. And last, there is a 32-"hole" walking archery range that meanders through pristine vegetation. All three courses are open to the public and gently twist around each other, utilizing the natural terrain. Hiking, mountain biking and picnics are also popular here.