Things to Do in Novato, CA

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34.2 Miles
95% 85 votes
Community Service/Non-Profit Oakland, CA 94605 MoreLess Info
East Bay Regional Park District includes a network of trails and parklands in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, including 65 parks and 1200 miles of trails. Hike, bike, fish and camp in the area.
34.2 Miles
89% 18 votes
Walking Trails Crystal Springs Road, Skyline Blvd, San Bruno, CA 94066 MoreLess Info
The Crystal Springs Walking Trail is a part of the larger Crystal Springs Regional Trail designated for hikers, joggers and equestrians. The trail offers views of the Upper Crystal Springs Reservoir and connects several other trails in the area.
34.2 Miles
100% 5 votes
Parks Mori Point Road, Pacifica, CA 94044 MoreLess Info
Sharp Park/Mori Point is a 2-mile trail that is family friendly and dog friendly that can be used for running, walking, or mountain biking. Mori Point is an overlook that sits above Sharp Park Beach.
34.3 Miles
88% 82 votes
Hiking Trails Sneath Ln & Amador Avenue, San Bruno, CA 94044 MoreLess Info
With its 1,200 foot summit, Sweeney Ridge is a popular hiking and mountain biking location with a paved road and many features to explore off-trail. The area is home to wildlife including hawks, deer and even mountain lions.
34.3 Miles
Horseback Riding 1350 Castle Rock Road, Walnut Creek, CA 94598 MoreLess Info
Riders from as young as four years old can be accommodated at Castle Rock Arabians. The ranch offers horseback riding, trail rides, summer camps for children and teens, and riding lessons.
34.4 Miles
88% 56 votes


Children's Play Area 544 San Mateo Avenue, San Bruno, CA 94066 MoreLess Info
As an indoor playground, Diddalidoo offers children slides, mats, inflatable balls, and other obstacles to climb over. The gym regularly hosts music and play sessions for children, as well as parenting workshops.
34.4 Miles
33% 18 votes
Landmarks 835 E 14th Street, San Leandro, CA 94577 MoreLess Info
Home to nearly 90,000 residents, the City of San Leandro is a city featuring numerous of attractions to see when visiting. Those in the city commonly enjoy the city's marina park, golf courses, shopping centers, or safe residential neighborhoods.
34.4 Miles
- 4 votes
Parks 1300 Davis Street, San Leandro, CA 94577 MoreLess Info
Thrasher Park is a community park that includes six barbecue pits, six picnic tables, a tot lot, trash receptacles, and a softball field. The park also is the home of a skateboarding park and a historical railway society building.
34.4 Miles
97% 35 votes
Sports Facilities/Fields Lundy Way & Rifle Range Road, Pacifica, CA 94044 MoreLess Info
With San Francisco Archers, visitors can learn the basic techniques behind the sport of archery. The organization also hosts tournaments and yearly competitions where experienced archers work to hit challenging targets.
34.5 Miles
100% 1 votes
Parks Cherry Avenue, San Bruno, CA 94066 MoreLess Info
Grundy Park is named after San Bruno's first Mayor. The park features a large open lawn area, two play areas, one picnic site available for reservation as well as a public restroom.
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