- The list below includes 800 free or cheap things to do in or near San Leandro, California, including 129 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Playgrounds and Movie Theaters.
- From Marina Park to San Leandro Marina, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in San Leandro and in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, Berkeley and Palo Alto.
Established by Edith Heath in 1948, Heath Ceramics is popular as much for its quality ceramic ware as for the friendly and informative factory tours. Besides the ceramics, the store also offers glassware, jewelry, candles and a variety of tiles.
A 2,315 acre parkland, Point Pinole features scenic trails that take hikers and joggers through an array of landscape. The trails wind through meadows, along the bluffs and beaches of Richmond and through areas of eucalyptus woods.
A movie multiplex with thirteen auditoriums, Livermore 13 Cinemas screens first-run Hollywood films. The theater features all-stadium seating with rocking seats, as well as digital video and sound. Matinees and discount packages are available.
The Pedro Point Headlands are a scenic ocean-side location composed of jutting rocks and jagged cliffs that extend out into the ocean. The Headlands are a popular location for hiking and other outdoor activities.
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Portola Valley Training Center, 100 Ansel Lane, Barns 2 & 15, Menlo Park, CA 94028 MoreLess Info
An equestrian facility, the California Riding Academy offers lessons in riding in both English and Western styles. Lessons are available for both kids and adults, and the facility hosts a variety of camps and other group programs.
Offering a leash free environment, Sausalito Dog Park provides ample space for dogs to jump, run and fetch. And for pet owners, there are picnic benches along with a covered gazebo to provide protection from the sun.
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Stanford Ave & Junipero Serra Blvd, Palo Alto, CA 94305 MoreLess Info
Located in the foothills around Stanford University, The Dish - Stanford Foothills features a working radiotelescope that is frequently used for educational and research purposes. The area is also popular among joggers and hikers.