Got your weekend plans all set? There’s plenty of things to do in the Bay Area just waiting for you to explore and enjoy. Whether you are looking for an exciting hike or a relaxing picnic, the Bay area has a host of attractive activities to offer. I’ve listed some activities you can do to experience the best Bay Area has to offer with your family!
Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park
1. Visit the Redwoods
Reinhardt Redwood Regional Park, only 16 minutes from the heart of Berkeley, is a perfect place to spend the day. Here you can hike among the redwoods as well as the “second growth” redwood trees. The paths are well marked, and the flowers are in bloom!
2. Day trip to San Francisco
You may be living in San Francisco but the view never gets old! Take a quick day trip to the city and some of the best places San Francisco is known for. You can walk along PIER 39 with your kids and marvel at the beauty the Golden Gate Bridge offers, as well as Alcatraz, or maybe book a ride or two on some of the rides available for your family to enjoy.
Tilden Park Botanic Garden
3. Refreshing Outdoor Picnic
If you enjoy a refreshing walk along with peaceful and serene environments, take your family for a walk in Tilden Park Botanic Garden. It’s a magical place filled with mythical-like stone bridges, quaint meadows, a curving creak and gently flowing waterfalls. The meadows have plain and level spaces where you can enjoy a nice picnic with your family. And to top it all off, you can visit the place for free!
4. Beach Day Fun Day
Fond of the beach? Crissy Fields got your back. Whether you just want to take a quick stroll by the shore or bask under the California sun, nothing can ruin a sunny beach day with the family. Crissy Fields also offers a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge. You can take a quick snap for your family to commemorate your family day at the beach.
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