- 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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1100 Railroad Ave, Bldg 46, Vallejo, CA 94592 MoreLess Info
Mare Island Historic Park Foundation offers tours of the historic naval base and shipyard created on the island in 1854. Buildings on the property include two mansions, a chapel and a 50,000 sq ft museum.
Even though the Village Green Dog Park is not separated based on the size of the dog, it still draws in many with fake grass that keeps the canines from getting too dirty. A wide range of stones and animal-themed art is available for general play.
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Skyline Blvd & Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno, CA 94096 MoreLess Info
The Sawyer Camp Trail is a segment of the larger Crystal Springs Regional Trail and is designated for bicyclists, hikers, joggers and equestrians. The best known trail in San Mateo County, Sawyer Camp is about six miles in length.
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Crystal Springs Rd & Skyline Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94401 MoreLess Info
A popular paved trail wide enough for two-way traffic, Sawyer Camp Trail at Crystal Springs Reservoir is designed for hikers, joggers, and bicyclists, and horseback riders. The trail features restrooms at either end as well as picnic areas.
Offering panoramic views of the Bay Area, Junipero Serra Park features a large playground, picnic areas and hiking trails. The 108-acre park is home to several species of native trees and wildflowers as well as an abundance of wildlife.