Just 50 minutes from Berkeley, Sonoma’s TrainTown offers an introductory amusement park experience (for those not yet ready to visit a Six Flags). Train enthusiasts will be more than satisfied.
On Sunday October 16, Shattuck Avenue will close down to car traffic from Rose Street in the Gourmet Ghetto to Downtown Berkeley at Haste.
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.
If you are a crafter, builder, or tinkerer, this event is for you and your curious kids. The Bay Area Maker Faire is unforgettable fun.
Don’t go looking for a playground when you arrive at John Hinkel Park. What you’ll find is more exciting. Paths lead up to an abandoned wooden clubhouse, which you could easily convince me is haunted.
Your guide to Bay Area waterparks; find the one that works best for your family. From water slide junkies to sprayground newbies, we love ya!
May 21 is Kids to Parks Day, a day to visit any local or national park in the U.S. Many parks host organized events, or you can do your own thing.
With ample parking, a huge field, a creek to explore, a playground, and now, a cafe onsite, Strawberry Creek Park is a perfect destination.
Scandia is like Vegas for big kids: 2 mini golf courses; batting cages; race cars; bumper boats; a video game arcade that makes you forget what time it is.
Ideas for outings, parties, books, movies, volunteer opportunities for kids and families on Earth Day
30 outdoor destinations for families from archery, sailing, fruit picking, to hiking. Never run out of ideas to get your kids playing outside!
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.
A round-up of sports and outdoors camps in the East Bay: archery, farming, kayaking, sailing, hiking, parkour, gymnastics, tennis, and more!
Near Guerneville, Schoolhouse Canyon Campground offers kid-friendly car camping in a redwood grove across the road from the Russian River.
The park is urban with a flat field for running around, a basic playground with slides and swings, and a Target across the street. What makes it stand out are the zoo-like attractions: a train ride, a traditional carousel, and a petting zoo, each available for $1.50