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!
About an hour from Oakland, get your family’s quarantine wiggles out at Hidden Villa with friendly farm animals and lots of room to run in the woods!
With kids age two to nine, it is hard to find something for everyone. Here are ten terrific East Bay places that we all love.
You’ve gotta see this Palo Alto playground that is truly and uniquely for everyone: all ages, abilities and sizes.
You have to look down to find these sweet little fairy doors hiding in plain site in Alameda. A curious toddler will see them for the magic they are.
My favorite part part about the Christmas lights at Candy Cane Lane is that it is a dazzling holiday outing that doesn’t require unbuckling car seats!
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!
See who is bringing holiday cheer to their neighbors with the best Christmas Lights in the greater East Bay. We’ve got a map for you.
Golden Gate Park will host giant lighted trees and illuminated canopies as large as 30 feet from Dec. 10 through February. No tickets needed.
Where to take Bay Area kids to play in the snow? Skip the lifts. Here are five options for kid-friendly snow play with snowshoes or cross-country skis.
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.