- TripBuzz found 618 things to do with kids in or near San Ramon, California, including 595 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Berkeley, Walnut Creek and Richmond.
- From San Ramon Olympic Pool & Aquatic Park to Athens Downs Park, the San Ramon area offers 132 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Playgrounds, Dog Park and Sports Facilities/Fields.
- Home to many major corporation headquarters, such as AT&T and Chevron, the city of San Ramon is a city of industry, in addition to being a thriving a residential community. The mountain views and stately pines make for beautiful city surroundings and scenic hiking trails. Visitors are drawn to the cities annual festivals including the Art and Wind Festival.
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200 Centennial Dr, Berkeley, CA 94720 MoreLess Info
The spacious and verdant UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley is a hotspot of horticultural preservation, cultivation and research. It contains over 2,000 plant species and roughly 20,000 individual plants. Lilies, orchids and plants in the sunflower family are particularly abundant.
A 1.2-acre canine recreation facility, Central Park Dog Park features an artificial turf large dog field and a natural grass small dog field. The park provides benches, shaded areas, drinking water and a double-gated entrance.
Balfour-Guthrie Park is 6 acres and offers picnic tables, grills, benches, play and grass areas, tennis and volleyball courts and restrooms. They also have one lighted field that can be used for soccer or baseball.
At Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, visitors can attend showings for a mix of independent and foreign flicks. The cinema also hosts theatrical performances for local theater groups that range from Shakespeare to original plays.
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James Donlon Blvd & Somersville Road, Antioch, CA 94509 MoreLess Info
Markley Creek Dog Park is a dog park divided into two enclosed sections. One section is for large dogs, and the other is for smaller dogs. The park maintains a dog drinking fountain and doggy bags are provided.
Oakland's Chinatown is the second largest such district in California. Only the San Francisco Chinatown is larger. Visitors and locals to Chinatown to buy fresh produce, seafood, culinary appliances, clothing, baked goods and works of art.
Oakland's historic Paramount Theatre is a Bauhaus-inspired performance space. Its event schedule includes orchestra concerts, plays, musicals, operas and other large-scale artistic events. The venue also screens classic films and is available for convention rentals.