- TripBuzz found 334 things to do with kids in or near Novato, California, including 314 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Berkeley, Richmond and Vallejo.
- From Morning Star Farm to Jay Alexander Magic & Entertainment, the Novato area offers 129 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Hiking Trails, Movie Theaters and Specialty Museums.
- Located on the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area is the city of Novato. The laid back city is rich in leisure and recreation activities and features a large tourist population throughout the year. The cities breathtaking scenery make it a popular destination for hiking, birdwatching and, unique to the area, mushroom foraging.
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Chefs gather locally grown produce and seasonal ingredients to make housemade cheeses, hearty lamb entrees, and signature seafood dishes
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Jay Alexander of Jay Alexander Magic & Entertainment is a genuine and humorous comedian and magician performing throughout the Novato area. Available for event bookings, visitors can also find his public show listings on his website.
Hamilton Community Pool features two main pool areas: a lap pool for adults and a children's wading area, with a reasonable entry fee. The children's area includes a water-slide. Lounge chairs, snack-bar, showers, and changing area available.
The Hamilton Field History Museum opened in 2010 to communicate to the public the role of the Hamilton Army Airfield in the development of Marin County. The Museum represents the history of civilian and military groups in Hamilton.
Once home to the native Miwok people, Olompali State Historic Park has a rich history ranging from 6,000 B.C. to the missionary era to today. The park has historic buildings, gardens and artifacts as well as an abundance of wildlife.
North Bay Mobile Drive-In holds semi-monthly flash mob cinema style movie showings where patrons can watch free drive-in movies and purchase concessions like cupcakes, popcorn and sodas. They also hold raffles and run on donations.
The Stafford Lake Disc Golf Course is a professional disc golf course that doesn't allow dogs. Wildlife that can be seen at the park include deer, geese, ground squirrels, wild turkey, vultures, and hawks.
Covering 139 acres, Stafford Lake County Park offers fishing, picnicking, playground, disc golf, volleyball and horseshoe courts. This lakeside park is also home to large-scale events such as musical performances and festivals.