- TripBuzz found 524 things to do with kids in or near Los Altos, California, including 497 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Half Moon Bay, Cupertino, San Jose and Mountain View.
- From Gymboree Play Program to Play!, the Los Altos area offers 126 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Hiking Trails, Theaters and Children's Play Area.
- Located in San Francisco's South Bay Region lies the city of Los Altos. Once a resort community for wealthy San Fransican's, the city is accessible to many locals and tourists looking for entertainment and relaxation in the north. The city's quiet downtown district is walkable and allows cyclists to ride through town and the city plays host to an Arts and Wine Festival each year.
With boat boarding available, Antioch Marina provides visitors with direct access to San Joaquin River. From the marina, visitors can watch a wide variety of boats pass by, from small speedboats to large transport vessels.
Historically, the Matthew Turner Shipyard Park was the primary shipbuilding yard of Matthew Turner in the 1880s. The park currently contains remnants of past shipbuilding equipment that can be viewed along the waterfront.
Pittsburgâ€™s Riverview Park spans four acres. A community park, it features multiple picnic areas with barbecue grills, a playground, and walking trails. There is also a dock that extends out over the water where guests can fish.
Considered to be one of the top golf practice facilities, Golfballin at the Vineyards offers the Power Tee automatic teeing system. There is also an on-site full service retail shop and private lessons can be arranged.
The Creekside Park provides access to a large variety of different outdoor activities and amenities. These amenities include a skateboard and scooter park, basketball courts, a baseball diamond, and covered picnic area, among others.
Aimed at making students better baseball players, East Bay Baseball Academy is a baseball training facility offering a number of services available to its visitors. Students at the academy have the opportunity for private lessons, specialized clinics, and camps.
Featuring a 120-foot waterfall, Salmon Creek Falls Trail brings visitors close up to the waterfall over rocky terrain. The trail can be used for hiking and also has swimming areas and a shallow river that can be used for wading.