- Our list of the best things to do in Belmont, California, features the top 1005 nearby activities — including 317 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Belmont, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Open June-September is the family-friendly San Bruno Park Pool. The community pool is located at the San Bruno City Park and is heated. The center also offers a toddler pool for those visiting with younger children.
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.
Open to the community, Veterans Memorial Recreation Center has a playground and multipurpose fields for recreational activities. The community pool is located next to the center and offers visitors an area to swim laps.
Named in honor of the 31st President, Hoover Park is large and spacious. This neighborhood park offers activities for the entire family. Along with a separate dog area, it features sports fields, a playground, walking trail and picnic space.
Poplar Beach is popular with animal lovers because dogs on leashes are allowed right on the beach, and, in addition, riders can ride horses on the beach. This beach connects to the Coastside Trail, and has stunning views of the ocean.
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Mirada Road off Highway One, Half Moon Bay, CA MoreLess Info
Half Moon Bay's Waterfront Coastside Trail is popular among hikers and bicycle riders. Rollerblading is also permitted along this 3.5-mile asphalt trail. There are parking lots scattered along the length of the trail, but none at either of its endpoints.