There are so many features to explore at Codornices Park in Berkeley that my experience of it has changed completely as my kids have grown older. We find new parts to enjoy with every visit.
This Oakland playground is filled on Sundays with folks who have walked over from the Farmer’s Market. Try it any day of the week!
Lake Temescal and Lake Anza are open weekends until Memorial Day, then daily all summer. But wait! Check the water quality before you go.
A Pandora’s Box of toddler fun, Thousand Oaks park offers an easy-to-manage playground for little ones who don’t know there’s more to see beyond its walls.
San Pablo Park is Berkeley’s oldest park and has many amenities for families of all ages.
A unique feature of the Heather Farm playground in Walnut Creek is a set of turf covered mounds that children can slide down on sheets of cardboard.
Taking our kids to Angel Island was like a mini vacation with a little of everything: boat ride (fun!), exercise, drinks, AND beautiful scenery.