- Our list of the best things to do in Castro Valley, California, features the top 1151 nearby activities — including 390 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Castro Valley, 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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A 30-lane bowling center, Manor Bowl offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring. The center provides a party room for private events, a snack bar with food and drinks, a pro shop and a bar with adult beverages.
60% 15 votes
14900 Zelma Street, San Leandro, CA 94579 MoreLess Info
Through the summer months, San Leandro residents and visitors can enjoy the amenities offered at the San Leandro Family Aquatic Center. The center features a large pool, a water slide and water play splash pad for younger visitors.
Chabot Park is a rustic park featuring 10 acres, a very large picnic area and smaller picnic areas, an amphiteater, sports fields, and hiking trails. Visitors can spend time with friends and family or quietly stroll through the beautiful surroundings.
90% 10 votes
Corner of Juniper & Sagewood Streets, San Leandro, CA 94579 MoreLess Info
Bonaire Park is a clean neighborhood park featuring 5 acres of open space. Visitors of all ages can enjoy the picnic areas, playground, and horseshoe pits, as well as the fresh air and the beautiful scenery.
Enjoy five miles of graveled public trails along Hayward Regional Shoreline. With nearly 2,000 acres of water marshes ranging from fresh to saltwater, visitors are sure to enjoy the shoreline wildlife. Fishing is allowed along the levees.
San Leandro Ball Park provides a major-league sized baseball facility used by hundreds of teams, from little leagues to semi-pro Old Timers leagues. The park is a fully-developed facility, complete with grandstands, restrooms, lighting, parking, concessions and score booth.
Offering separate play spaces for large and small dogs, the Eden Greenway Dog Park also features play space for people. The park is equipped with a basketball court, playground, walking trails, barbecue grills and a picnic area.
Stenzel Park features four regulation baseball fields that are perfect for leagues, as well as several picnic tables, barbecue pits, concessions booth, and half court basketball. The picnic areas can be booked for parties between April and October.
Opened in 1973, the Superway Aquarium is a store dedicated solely to aquatic animals. Visitors to the store commonly purchase a fish to bring home or have their fish tank serviced from the professionals at the store.