TEPCO Beach in Richmond is strewn with broken ceramics and stunning views of the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. Best for ages 5+
The East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse is “every teacher’s first stop and every artist’s second home” for a good reason. Find your treasure.
With ample parking, a huge field, a creek to explore, a playground, and now, a cafe onsite, Strawberry Creek Park is a perfect destination.
Krusi Park in Alameda is a super fun playground to bring both toddlers and school aged kids alike. My four kids asked to go two days in a row!
East Bay Vivarium has it all: Cute turtles swimming in tanks, giant tortoises munching on lettuce, tiny lizards, boas, enormous pythons, and more.
Flying a kite is outside and social distanced already. So when your stir-crazy kids tell you that they’re bored, you can tell them to go fly a kite!
Poppytots offers a beautiful set of clean foam-padded soft play equipment for crawlers to five-years old in lovely colors.
This Christmas-themed outdoor adventure for your small family may be just the thing a COVID-crushed holiday or birthday requires.
Nets, castles, monkey bars, twisty slides, twirly poles, bridges and more at San Francisco’s gorgeous Lafayette Park Playground in Pacific Heights.
We have been making our way around the rock parks of Berkeley and thought you’d like to see where they are.
Have more fun with kids in Oakland, Berkeley, Albany, and Alameda! 510Families.com is the best website for East Bay parents to find kid-friendly activities every day.
Our local events calendar is usually packed with drop-in classes, free storytimes, and festivals. Plan your weekend and your summer vacation: daily articles and a weekend planner help you find what’s fun and free when you need it.