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.
Because of the moon’s position in relation to the earth in mid-December, there will be a King Tide with super high tides and really low ones. Let’s go.
Hit the jackpot of lights at the Oakland Zoo. ZooLights requires admission prices even for members, but it is way cool. Santa occasionally.
On the corner of Dartmouth and Talbot in Albany, find a small park with an excess of used push cars, play houses, a tiny play structure and swings.
East Bay Christmas tree lots from Alameda, Oakland, Castro Valley, Berkeley range from fast, playful, to woodsy. Choose your favorite!
This playground, located very close to Pump It Up in Oakland, will keep tots entertained for a while, and when it gets old, you can look for boats travelling through the Bay.
Walnut Creek Ice skating rink is open seasonally starting November 11 through January 16. Kids under 3 are FREE. Adult tix $12 to $15.
Glide around the East Bay’s annual seasonal ice rink at Alameda’s South Shore Center shopping plaza. Running 10/28 through 1/8 daily until 10pm
Save 15% on advance sale mini maker faire tickets with code: 510FAM. The East Bay Mini Maker Faire is Sunday October 23, 2016. 10am to 5pm.
The 510families Pumpkin Patch Party & Playdate at Alameda Point was picture perfect: lovely fall day full of bouncing, farm animals, and lots of pumpkins.