- 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.
A combination of three organizations, the Twin Pines Art Center consists of the Peninsula Arts Council, Belmont Arts Council, and Peninsula Museum of Art. Their galleries feature local artists' work, and the museum contains an art studio, store, and library.
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8000 Patterson Ranch Road, Fremont, CA 94555 MoreLess Info
At the Coyote Hills Regional Park, visitors can go picnicking, camping, hiking, and bicycling. The location's staff also offers naturalist programs that cover subjects like Native American history and birds and butterflies.
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401 Quarry Road, San Carlos, CA 94070 MoreLess Info
Filled with wall to wall trampolines, Rockin' Jump - The Ultimate Trampoline Park offers visitors several jumping arenas, from foam pits to a trampoline dodge ball zone. On Fridays, the park hosts a Rockin' Fridays night with a DJ.
A city park, Belmont Park features and expansive open lawn, a playground for kids with a variety of equipment, and a picnic area with barbecue grills. The park is dog-friendly, and features drinking fountains for dogs as well as people.
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1851 Lexington Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94402 MoreLess Info
The Highlands Recreation District is a family friendly district that is most widely known for being the home of a municipal pool. The district also offers free bike skills days as well as a free bike rodeo for entertainment.
Following a small brook, the Twin Pines Park offers roughly 10 acres of recreational activities. On the grounds of the park, there are multiple shaded picnic sites, open space trails, a children's playground, and an open use field.
Located on a former village of a Miwok tribe, Miwok Museum depicts the culture and history of the tribe with artifacts like baskets, instruments, and tools. The museum hosts workshops and demonstrations for Native American crafts.