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.
Snow adventures for young families. Skip the lifts, 5 options with snowshoes or cross-country skis.
At Leland Snow Play, guests pay for a ticket which enables them to use tubes for riding down a man-made hill as many times as they like. You can choose to pay for all-day access to the park or a two-hour ticket.
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.
The morning of Saturday March 17, runners, walkers, strollers, and children are welcome to join in the first Colusa Circle 5k.
Pixieland Amusement Park was a super fun day for all three of my kids (age 2, 6, and 8). Think of it as a more modern, smaller version of Fairyland.
Family Camp is a terrific blend of outdoorsy fun and vacation. Usually, you bring your bedding and sleep in a modest cabin; meals and family programming are provided!
The new Veranda shopping center in Concord has a few spots that parents might find entertaining and useful — but none will be as exciting as the play structure they’ve installed, the Veranda Climber.
Sarah’s Science is offering one lucky reader a full week of hands-on, outdoor science camp fun for kids age 4 – 12 in either Berkeley’s Tilden Park or Oakland’s Roberts Regional!
Too young to see the Black Panther movie? No problem. We found some great movies, storytimes, dance performances, and a parade! We’ll be adding new kid-friendly Black History Month activities as we find them.
30 outdoor destinations for families from archery, sailing, fruit picking, to hiking. Never run out of ideas to get your kids playing outside!
As the Year of the Dog approaches, a handful of Lunar New Year celebrations pop up around the Bay Area. Here are some places to take your children
10 thumbs up. Pile the kids into the station wagon for 5:20pm drive-in movie showings.
Ride on a presidential yacht with Santa Claus and some elves. Unlimited cookies, cocoa, and views of the Oakland skyline with souvenirs.
We love holiday lights! 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.