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Bay Area Staycation Guide

How many of these day trips and adventures for grade school-age children can you squeeze into one week of your Bay Area staycation?

Bringing the kids to Alcatraz

Visit Alcatraz With Kids

Alcatraz is a lot of fun with kids — when your kids are the right age — here are my best tips for Alcatraz with kids. The boat ride alone is amazing.

albany hill playground

Albany Hill Playground: Peggy Thomsen Pierce Street Park

Albany’s park, the Peggy Thomsen Pierce Street Park, on the west side of Albany Hill is perfect for monkey-bar lovers AND the under-4 set.

many swings for all abilities and ages

8 All-Abilities Playgrounds Near Oakland

Inclusive playgrounds are designed with innovative features to welcome children of all ages and capabilities. These are within an hour of Oakland.

Child mini golfs at indoor course

Best Mini Golf Courses in East Bay and Beyond

We rounded up the most entertaining and creative creatives for a family mini golf outing in the East Bay and beyond.

The Tech Interactive

How to Get in FREE to Dozens of Bay Area Museums, Science Centers, + Gardens

Many of the Bay Area’s very best museums are free at least one day each month. If you arrive early, you can visit world-class museums for $0 plus snacks.

The Black Joy Parade Returns to Oakland on Feb 26

The Black Joy Parade in Oakland, the largest free, family-friendly event of its kind in California, celebrates the Black experience and the culture.

Ardenwood corn harvest

Step Back in Time at Fremont’s Ardenwood Historic Farm

Ardenwood Farm is a working farm and a trip back in time, to a place where Laura Ingalls might have lived, without the Minnesota snow.

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