Pancake hike was totally worth it! I tried to savor the perfect weather, these sweet children, and the epic view because I may never get to do that again.
Cal Day is a terrific opportunity to for the East Bay families to get a taste of the world class university in our backyard with FREE classes & games on campus.
Let’s talk swimming lessons. Here are 17 East Bay swimming pools that will help teach your child how to swim, arranged roughly from South to North.
Bay Area beaches are perfect for a mini getaway or daytrip. Here are some of our favorites with links to full descriptions.
We’re stoked over the next summer camp giveaway: one lucky reader will win a week at Avid4 Adventure Camps for pre-k through 7th grade.
Easter in the East Bay is filled with fun free carnivals and community egg hunts throughout the weeks. Don’t miss out with the help of our guide.
Oakland’s Dover Street Park in Rockridge is a fun stop off the beaten path. Fully gated and free toys make it perfect for beginning walkers to preschoolers.
Houseboating on Lake Shasta is amazing; we pull up on shore, extend the included ramp, and climb off to explore. Campfires are a highlight every night, eating s’mores and checking out the scenery.
My favorite kid-friendly bike rodeo event is happening 3/18 at LeConte school in Berkeley, and everyone’s invited.
Cabin camping is the perfect stepping stone towards becoming a real camper without having to invest in all the camping gear or sleep on the ground!
Bay Area kids get to experience the snow with a day trip or weekend getaway for sledding, tubing, snow shoeing, skiing, or snowboarding. Lucky kids.
Snow adventures for young families. Skip the lifts, 5 options with snowshoes or cross-country skis.
As the Year of the Rooster approaches, a handful of Lunar New Year celebrations pop up around the Bay Area. Here are some places to take your children
Start your morning at Orinda Village for a cafe, park, library, bookstore, and even a pizza joint if you make it until lunchtime. Here’s a quick breakdown.
Whether you stay in the car and do a “drive-by” or get out to stroll, visiting holiday light displays is a fun winter tradition.