- Our list of the best things to do in San Pablo, California, features the top 840 nearby activities — including 325 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- San Pablo, 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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Beautiful Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley, California is a nature conservancy with free and premium programs dedicated to public education about California's ecosystems, wildlife and horticulture. Most areas of the park are free to enter and are staffed by volunteers.
Composed of 55 acres, McNear's Beach acts as a regional park along the shores of the San Pablo Bay. Facilities available at the beach include sand volleyball courts, a snack bar, picnic areas, tennis courts, and a swimming pool.
A large rock outcrop with areas for rock climbing and carved steps is the focus of Indian Rock Park. Visitors who climb to the top can view scenic vistas of the area, and there is a large picnic area with a fireplace and barbeque pit.
Berkeley's Fourth Street shopping district offers a variety of boutiques, shops and restaurants nestled in scenic surroundings. Fourth Street is a popular window shopping destination with a low crime rate and sophisticated, elegant atmosphere.
Native plants of California are on display at the Regional Parks Botanic Garden. Spread over 10 acres of land, the garden works at preserving the rare and endangered plant species from the state as a whole.
The 52-acre Berkeley Marina easily accommodates 1,100 medium and large watercraft. It features an extensive fishing pier that is free to use and open to the public. Anglers do not need a fishing license to fish from the pier.
One of Berkeley's most beautiful attractions is the Berkeley Municipal Rose Garden. It features thousands of rose bushes, tennis courts, public seating, walking trails and manicured foot paths. The Berkeley Municipal Rose Garden is at its peak in May.