- TripBuzz discovered 142 different types of activities for couples in the Berkeley area, including Parks (like Tilden Regional Park), Movie Theaters (like Shattuck Cinemas), Theaters (like Greek Theater) and Shopping Districts (like Fourth Street), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 666 date ideas in or near Berkeley, California, including 639 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, South San Francisco and Martinez.
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entrances at Wildcat Canyon Rd & Grizzly Peak Blvd, Berkeley, CA MoreLess Info
Beautiful Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley, California is a nature conservancy with free and premium programs dedicated to public education about California's ecosystems, wildlife and horticulture. Most areas of the park are free to enter and are staffed by volunteers.
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Centennial Dr, Just East of Memorial Stadium, Berkeley, CA 94704 MoreLess Info
Berkeley Fire Trails is a seven mile round trip trail featuring scenic views of southern San Francisco. The trail winds its way through Strawberry Canyon and is relatively flat for the most part, with one particularly steep incline.
Located next to the Berkeley Rose Garden, Codornices Park features facilities for baseball and basketball along with a multipurpose grass field. The park also offers picnic areas, barbeque grills, hiking trails through the woods and children's playgrounds.
Berkeley's Fourth Street shopping district offers a variety of boutiques, shops and restaurants nestled in scenic surroundings. Fourth Street is a popular window shopping destination with a low crime rate and sophisticated, elegant atmosphere.
The 52-acre Berkeley Marina easily accommodates 1,100 medium and large watercraft. It features an extensive fishing pier that is free to use and open to the public. Anglers do not need a fishing license to fish from the pier.
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2625 Durant Ave 2250, Berkeley, CA 94720 MoreLess Info
The University of California at Berkeley operates the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive one of the largest art museums operated by a university in the world. The museum contains more than 16,000 objects and 14,000 films.
Shattuck Avenue, another Berkeley landmark, is divided into two parts: one near BART being more central to Berkeley and the upper Shattuck Avenue which includes the Gourmet Ghetto. Some of the popular shops here are Saul's Deli, Black Oak Books, Lobelia and many more.