- TripBuzz found 785 things to do with kids in or near Union City, California, including 765 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Pacifica, Los Altos and Half Moon Bay.
- From Pacific West Gymnastics to Sandi Holder's Doll Attic, the Union City area offers 133 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Playgrounds, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- Only 40 minutes from San Francisco, Union City, CA is a shopping city and has a 33 acre shopping center. Union City hosts many annual events, including a Spring Egg Hunt, Father Daughter Sweetheart Ball, Basketball Tournaments, Grandparents and Grandkids Tea Party, and Sports Center's Rockin' the Run 5K and 10K.
86% 43 votes
1 Marshlands Road, Fremont, CA 94555 MoreLess Info
Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is 30,000 acres and is home to millions of migratory birds and endangered species. It has 30 miles of hiking trails, and fishing, boating and hunting are permitted in some areas.
Situated on a total of 6-acres of land, the Jerry Raber Ash Street Park is a recreational park that includes softball practice fields, a basketball court, and family picnic facilities. The park also has restrooms and a playground.
100% 10 votes
39177 Farwell Drive, Fremont, CA 54538 MoreLess Info
Rockin' Jump is a fitness park built around multiple trampolines and trampoline based sports. The park offers trampolines of all sizes, with areas dedicated to trampoline basketball, dodgeball, and guided activities with the professional staff.
To experience Oktoberfest right in California, Swiss Park offers a unique evening out. The restaurant and bar features waitresses dressed as traditional beer maids, while the menu includes German classics such as oversized pretzels and bratwurst.
25% 4 votes
37557 Enterprise Ct, Ste H, Newark, CA 94560 MoreLess Info
Providing training services, Fremont Football League Inc offers workshops for tackle football, flag football, and cheer. Each season features 8 games per team, with a final playoffs game at the end.
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.