- TripBuzz discovered 136 different types of activities for couples in the Los Altos area, including Parks (like Shoup Park), Hiking Trails (like Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve), Theaters (like Los Altos Stage Company) and Arcades (like Area 151 DTLA), and much more.
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A movie multiplex with all-digital video and sound, Green Valley Cinema screens first-run movies. The theater features stadium seating, is available for party rentals, and offers a variety of discounts and specials.
Coyote Lake Park is 4,595-acre recreation area featuring a 635-acre lake for fishing and boating. There are 73 tent and RV campsites and more than 35 miles of wooded trails for hikers, horseback riders and off-road bicyclists.
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An amusement park, Gilroy Gardens is equipped with a variety of rides along with a playground, train and monorail. For added convenience, there are also numerous onsite shops and eateries to choose from.
Not only a monument of wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, Lindsay Wildlife Museum in Walnut Creek, California provides an interactive experience for all visitors. With over 25 live animal presentations, historical exhibits, and children's classes, it is a wonderful learning experience.
With 102 acres, Heather Farm Park offers a range of activities for visitors including a skate park, dog park, swim center, a community center and equestrian center. Other amenities include bike paths, sand volleyball, playground, fishing pond and athletic fields.
Located on 13-acres of land in total, Larkey Park is a community park filled with a number of amenities for visitors to enjoy. These include a children's playground, a picnic area, walking trail, and the Lindsay Wildlife Museum on-site.
Located on 26 acres of scenic residential land, Arbolado Park is a public park popular among local residents and visitors alike. Amenities at the park include a playground area, several barbecue pits, sports fields/courts, and a picnic area.
Exhibits filled with plants native to the Walnut Creek, California area fill The Ruth Bancroft Garden. A variety of plant exhibits and sculptures can be seen on a self-guided tour, with equally majestic pieces for purchase.