- 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.
Designed by racing experts, LeMans Karting is an indoor Kart racing facility where you can compete with ten-plus racers. There is also a Junior Driver training program which teaches practical racing fundamentals prior to obtaining a license.
Omescape is a virtual reality experience that offers escape scenarios from the Room Omega', 'The Penitentiary', and The Forgotten Treasure'. The rooms can hold up to 10 players at a time and games last for a total of 60 minutes.
Aimed at making students better baseball players, East Bay Baseball Academy is a baseball training facility offering a number of services available to its visitors. Students at the academy have the opportunity for private lessons, specialized clinics, and camps.
Located on the San Joaquin River, Lauritzen Yacht Harbor provides a 100 ft. long launch ramp for visitors to launch their boat from. The facilities includes a fish cleaning station, dry storage, and a security station.
Home to over 70 species of birds and mammals, Big Break Regional Shoreline is a recreational park that features picnic areas, a small amphitheater, and a fishing pier. The park also has spots to fish at.
Visitors of the Benicia Historical Museum will be able to enjoy a variety of performances, including exhibits on beer brewing and concerts. The location's buildings were constructed with native California sandstone.