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Bay Day Celebrates the Wonders of the Bay Area

Take on the Bay Day Month of Challenges with your kids to enjoy and appreciate San Francisco Bay. Bay Day begins September 2 and finishes the first Saturday of October. Kinda like Earth Day but thinking locally rather than globally. Celebrate the natural beauty, open spaces, special museums, and even our awesome food.

Sign up for the Bay Day Month of Challenges. Everyone who completes the challenge will be entered to win a grand prize, a $500 gift card to Sports Basement. 2 runners-up will receive $50 gift cards to Sports Basement and 50 people who complete the challenge will be sent fun Save The Bay gear.

Child bikes along Bay Trail
All the trails along the San Francisco Bay Trail are multi-use, keep your eye out for pedestrians and other people on bikes! Teach your kids how to ride a bike, enjoy a bike ride with friends and family, or enjoy some time to yourself along the beautiful Bay. | Source: Bay Day

Bay Day is a month-long region-wide event beginning September 2—it’s free, family fun! Register to participate in the Bay Day Challenge as a family.

The Bay Trail spans 350 miles throughout all nine Bay Area counties. The Bay Day celebration runs throughout the entire month of September. Walk, run, bike, or paddle 30 miles along the San Francisco Bay Trail as part of the Bay Day Trail Challenge, or complete ten activities of your choice as part of the Bay Activity Challenge – on the trail, or even in your own neighborhood. Spend time on the Bay and rediscover how amazing this natural resource truly is and how lucky we are to live here.

A full listing of Bay Day events and activities around the whole Bay Area as well as participating organizations can be found at

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