- TripBuzz found 733 things to do with kids in or near Belmont, California, including 714 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, Half Moon Bay and Los Altos.
- From GAMA Ride to Belmont Sports Complex, the Belmont area offers 128 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Theaters, Dog Park and Sports Teams (Amateur).
- Belmont is an affluent residential and business community located in the beauty San Francisco Bay Area. Locals and visitors staying in the city can enjoy access to some of northern California's most exciting attractions and beautiful beaches. Historic Landmarks and an original train station decorate the town, adding charm and character.
Located in Marina del Rey, the Marina del Rey Beach is a small, gorgeous beach popular with families and children. Due to its small size, it is usually not crowded and is very popular at sunrise and sunset.
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757 Green Valley Road, Watsonville, CA 95076 MoreLess Info
A dog park with a separate section for small dogs, Pinto Lake County Dog Park offers open spaces for dogs to play and socialize. It features 4-foot fences, benches for owners, water fountains, and ample shade.
94% 17 votes
7850 Pole Line Road, Watsonville, CA 95077 MoreLess Info
Featuring a redwood forest, Mount Madonna County Park is situated on 3,688 acres and offers nature trails for hiking and horse riding, an archery range, picnic areas and an amphitheater. There are also campsites and places for RV camping.
32% 63 votes
3300 N Naglee Rd, West Valley Mall, Tracy, CA 95376 MoreLess Info
Cinemark Theaters is a 14 screen movie theater that features stadium seating along with an arcade. The theater also provides access to the Great Valley Mall which has numerous shopping venues and dining options.
A park with separate playgrounds for children of different ages, Joseph Ceciliani Park also features tennis courts and picnic tables. Willow trees cover the area and a paved trail runs along a creek through the park.
Chitactac-Adams County Park is a 4.3 acre park featuring several cultural artifacts, including bedrock mortars and petroglyphs left by the Ohlone Indians. Attractions include a self-guided interpretive walk and an interpretive shelter, as well as the scenic Uvas Creek.