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Now Open: KidTopia in Fremont, East Bay’s Largest Indoor Play Center

KidTopia is the East Bay’s largest, soft play indoor recreation center for kids, packed with both active and imaginative play areas. Climb, pretend, slide!

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How Indoor Play Spaces in the East Bay are Reopening for Families

For little ones who are in constant exploration mode, here is a guide to indoor play spaces reopening in the Bay Area.

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PlayGround: A New Indoor Play Center in Castro Valley

PlayGround, an indoor play center in Castro Valley for kids ages 1 through 12, has a two-tiered play center with lots of soft play and a Ninja Course!

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Bay Area LEGOLAND Discovery Center is Incredible for LEGO Lovers

The LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Milpitas is a really cool indoor playground for all LEGO builders and wannabes, especially those ages 4 to 10.

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Indoor Playspace in Alameda: Swings and Wings

A place for toddler activities, equipped with sensory toys, inflatables, and lots of swings, located in Alameda open for drop-in play.

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Reopening June 15: San Ramon Indoor Play Space: PlayStar Kids

PlayStar is like a fab preschool you enjoy together. Take off your shoes and move through activities, imagination centers, and infant space.

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Just Opened: Kids Play Zone in West Oakland

Playing indoors at Kids Play Zone was a much-needed change of pace with a ball pit, imaginary play, and new things to explore. And it is clean!

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2021 East Bay Mother’s Day Guide

We love and appreciate you, Moms! Inspiration for celebration activities, places to eat, and tasty treats for Mother’s Day.

4 Bay Area Trampoline Parks Where Kids Can Drop In and Jump

Trampoline parks are great because they are a ton of exercise and indoor fun. Perfect for a rainy day or tiring my kids out before a road trip.

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15 Places in the Bay Area Where Kids Can See Animals

Rounding up 6 favorite places to get up close to animals for free and 8 with paid admission. Small animal encounters: see a goat, lizard, or bunny.

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