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From musicals to comedies, Village Theatre & Art Gallery showcases a variety of performing arts from local schools and touring musicians. The theater also hosts drama, vocals, and visual arts classes for the community.
Holiday Highlands Park is a family-oriented recreational park. It offers several children's playgrounds with swings, spiral slides, jungle gyms and large sand pits, lighted pathways suitable for dog walking and bike rides, and a large multi-use field.
A 24-lane bowling center, Danville Bowl offers open and league bowling with large projector screens above the pins on each lane. The center provides a pro shop, arcade games, a restaurant and bar, a pool table and party hosting.
The Garin Regional Park offers several natural trails as well as two separate parkland areas that are popular spots for nature study and fishing. In addition, the park also hosts numerous annual events, including an apple festival and Halloween hayrides.
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2805 Purisima Creek Road, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 MoreLess Info
Leading hikers through a nature preserve, Purisima Creek Trail offers visitors scenic views of a redwood forest and creek. Along the trail visitors can view wildlife like lizards, and native plant life like wildflowers and berries.