- 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).
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13100 Montebello Road, Cupertino, CA 95015 MoreLess Info
Picchetti Ranch Open Space Preserve features a brick winery building and farm complex. The open space lands offers a respite from everyday life and an opportunity to experience and learn about the diverse natural environment in the Bay Area.
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18000 Chelmsford Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014 MoreLess Info
Featuring a pool that combines a lap pool and recreational pool, Rancho Rinconada Rec Center hosts public swim sessions at its facility. The pool is heated and is lifeguard monitored.
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Stevens Creek County Park, 11401 Stevens Canyon Road, Cupertino, CA 95014 MoreLess Info
Tony Look Trail is a short hiking trail for hikers of all skill levels. The trail is reputed as being narrow at points as it winds though forested areas. Tony Look may interest those in search of scenic forest views.
An architectural marvel, the Winchester Mystery House is located in San Jose, California. This palatial mansion has 160 rooms and is open for guided tours every day. It takes several hours to fully explore the property.
Linda Vista Park is a public park situated in a residential area, providing visitors with two separate playgrounds as well as picnic areas with grills. The park is made up of open green lawns, with walking trails marked throughout.
History Museum of San Jose is located on Senter Road in San Jose, California. The entrance to the museum is free and it allows you to see different history exponents from Native American agricultural tools to modern history.
A 13 acre neighborhood park, Creekside Park offers three soccer fields, a half court basketball area, two playgrounds with play structures and swings, and picnic areas. The park also has a small community room that can be rented.
McClellan Ranch Preserve is a community-managed public park area built on the historic site of an old horse ranch. Visitors will find numerous walking trails, a nature center, and creek-side picnic areas as well as a planned community garden.