- TripBuzz found 176 things to do with kids in or near Pacific Grove, California, including 158 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Monterey, Salinas, Santa Cruz and Seaside.
- From Asilomar State Beach to Caledonia Park, the Pacific Grove area offers 79 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Beaches, Mini Golf and Playgrounds.
- Pacific Grove is located in northern California on the coast of the Pacific Ocean and is nicknamed 'America's Last Home Town.' Architecture enthusiasts will find much to enjoy in Pacific Grove with the number of Victorian style homes that decorate the streets, more than any other city in the country (per capita).
98% 772 votes
800 Asilomar Boulevard, South of Lighthouse Avenue, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 MoreLess Info
When translated, Asilomar State Beach means 'a refuge by the sea,' which describes the surrounding rocky coastline and forest views. This area offers more than 105 secluded acres of sand dunes and forests that serves as a home for more than 25 plant species.
A 1.69-acre community park, Caledonia Park features a basketball court and a grass baseball field that can be used for recreational activities. The park offers shaded areas, an ADA-compliant playground, picnic tables and restroom facilities.
67% 3 votes
1501 Sunset Drive, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 MoreLess Info
Filled with walking paths and benches, Pacific Grove Shoreline Parkway Marine Refuge offers visitors a scenic view of a rocky shoreline and tidal pools to explore. Though often foggy in the morning, visitors can see a variety of shore birds.
60% 5 votes
125 Ocean View Blvd, Ste 304, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 MoreLess Info
Oceans 18 Blacklight Miniature Golfcourse is an 18 hole, underwater themed miniature golf (or adventure golf) course. The course is populated by several black lights, fluorescent murals, and themed obstacles.
The one mile long Asilomar State Beach has sandy beaches and rocky coves that ocean goers can enjoy for either swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, exploring the unique ocean wildlife in tide-pools, or walking the 1 mile wheelchair accessible beach trail.
89% 135 votes
165 Forest Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 MoreLess Info
Since 1883, the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History has showcased the birds and wildlife, geology, plants and cultural richness that make the area special. There is an array of exhibits for guests to explore, including monarch sanctuaries, lush gardens and a fossil dig pit.
Offering ocean views, Berwick Park sits on one acre and offers access to the Monterey Bay Coastal Trail for walking and biking. The park provides benches and open green space with trees suitable for picnics, weddings and other events.
100% 2 votes
Between Short St & Sinex Ave, Between Melrose St & Alder Street, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 MoreLess Info
George Washington Park is a 20 acre park featuring large areas of unimproved forest land, providing a habitat for local wildlife. The park maintains a playground, baseball field, nature trails, and a picnic area.
100% 1 votes
Ocean View Rd & Esplanade Street, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 MoreLess Info
Esplanade Park is a neighborhood park composed of cypress trees spread over the one acre space. There are numerous ocean facing benches and some picnic benches in the park along with a native vegetation garden and street facing granite wall.