- Our list of the best things to do in San Francisco, California, features the top 894 nearby activities — including 328 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- San Francisco, CA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 251 things to do within the city of San Francisco, CA , followed by 645 popular activities in nearby cities, including Pacifica, Berkeley, Half Moon Bay, San Carlos, South San Francisco, Oakland, Sausalito, Richmond, Martinez, San Leandro, Walnut Creek, Hayward, Alameda, San Bruno, Castro Valley, San Mateo, Belmont, Redwood City, San Rafael, Daly City, Union City, Vallejo, Burlingame, Pleasant Hill, Benicia, Novato, Tiburon, Lafayette, Danville, Concord, San Ramon, San Pablo, Menlo Park, Lodi, Santa Ynez, Fremont and Dublin
88% 24 votes
Stevenson Blvd & Gallaudet, Fremont, CA 94536 MoreLess Info
Always Dream Play Park is a one acre play area for children. It features interactive water play equipment, a large sand area, swings and picnic tables, and surrounding fields that can be used for soccer and kite flying.
Hiking, camping and studying the wildlife and ecosystem diversity are some of the things Monte Bello open space preserve has to offer. It also has some nice views od the Pacific Ocean and of San Francisco Bay.
Hiddenbrooke Golf Club is a prestigious Arnold Palmer Signature course located in Vallejo, California. The course is ideal for both seasoned and beginning golfers, offering a challenge through their elevation changes, narrow greens and long fairways.
Specializing in tennis instruction, NorCal Tennis Academy helps train visitors in developing proper technique and fitness for excelling at tennis. In addition to group lessons, the academy offers private coaching, footwork classes, and more.
67% 9 votes
5801 Valley Blvd, Pleasanton, CA 94566 MoreLess Info
A community-owned park and tennis complex, Pleasanton Tennis & Community Park offers an open tennis court, playground equipment and sand box, volleyball courts, barbecue facilities, and picnic areas, as well as restrooms.
Spanning 21 acres, Mitchell Park offers sporting areas for tennis, handball, and horseshoes, a fenced dog run, a playground with 'faux' wading pool, and a quarter-mile walking path. Public art and picnic areas with grills are also available.
Cornelis Bol Park is 13.8 acres and includes a path for biking and jogging, a separate footpath, children's playground, benches and a native plant garden. Two donkeys live in an adjacent area and frequently visit the park.
Located within Central Park, Lake Elizabeth measures 83 acres and can be used for fishing and boating. The surrounding park area offers picnic sites, athletic fields, a water park, walking paths, children's playgrounds and a dog park.