- TripBuzz found 513 things to do with kids in or near Concord, California, including 491 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Berkeley, Richmond and Vallejo.
- From Pixieland to Sky High Sports, the Concord area offers 133 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Amusement Parks (Kids), Bowling and Other Adventures.
- With a population of over 122,000 people, Concord, CA is the largest city in Contra Costa County. Just 31 miles from San Francisco, Concord has access to all the culture of the Bay Area while still maintaining its own identity. Some special events in the area include the Concord Farmers' Market, Cool Concord Cars, and the July 4th Jubilee and Parade.
Running along a canal, Contra Costa Canal Trail is a horseshoe-shaped, paved trail measuring 13.8 miles. It intersects other regional trails and can be used for biking, walking, horseback riding and viewing of wildlife that frequent the canal.
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Pleasant Hill Recreation & Park District - Adult Sports offers basketball, bocce, flag football, cornhole, soccer, softball and volleyball. Leagues are seasonal with different levels of competition and both a regular season and playoffs.
Renovated in 2014, Pleasant Oaks Park has spacious fields for baseball, including several baseball diamonds and batting cages. The park also has a picnic area and a large, grassy field for outdoor activities.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Shadelands Ranch Museum features Contra Costa and Walnut Creek history. Built in 1903, it houses collections of old newspapers, photographs, and government records and is open for individual research or tours.
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.
Rodgers-Smith Park is a large recreational park that provides a myriad of activities for all ages. It includes swings, slides and a sand pit for children, and a baseball field, basketball court and bocce ball court for adults.
Exhibits filled with plants native to the Walnut Creek, California area fill The Ruth Bancroft Garden. A variety of plant exhibits and sculptures can be seen on a self-guided tour, with equally majestic pieces for purchase.
With 102 acres, Heather Farm Park offers a range of activities for visitors including a skate park, dog park, swim center, a community center and equestrian center. Other amenities include bike paths, sand volleyball, playground, fishing pond and athletic fields.