- TripBuzz found 427 things to do with kids in or near San Rafael, California, including 411 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like San Francisco, Berkeley, Vallejo and Richmond.
- From San Rafael Pacifics Baseball - Albert Park to McNear's Beach, the San Rafael area offers 131 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, National & State Parks, Parks and Swimming Pool.
- Located in the San Francisco Bay Area's North Bay region is the city of San Rafael. Known for it's Mission San Rafael Arcangel, the structure is the cities most famous landmark. Tourists enjoy visiting the city to learn about its Spanish Heritage and tour the original buildings as well as taking in an afternoon at a nearby community park, or the cities waterfront China Camp State Park.
North Bay Mobile Drive-In holds semi-monthly flash mob cinema style movie showings where patrons can watch free drive-in movies and purchase concessions like cupcakes, popcorn and sodas. They also hold raffles and run on donations.
The Space Station Museum is a favored place by both adults and children who have an affinity for space history. The museum presents authentic memorabilia and extensive information on the history of trips to the Space Station by the US and Russia.
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Home to an ex-cavalry horse for many years, Blackie's Pasture commemorates a great horse and community figure. The statue of Blackie that now stands in the pasture reminds visitors of the horse that fought in our army, performed in rodeos, and retired in the pasture.
Situated on the eastern shore of the Tiburon Peninsula, the Paradise Beach Park is spread over 19 acres of land. Facilities provided at the park include bay access, wildlife viewing, a horseshoe court, a long fishing pier, and picnic sites.
Offering a leash free environment, Sausalito Dog Park provides ample space for dogs to jump, run and fetch. And for pet owners, there are picnic benches along with a covered gazebo to provide protection from the sun.
Established by Edith Heath in 1948, Heath Ceramics is popular as much for its quality ceramic ware as for the friendly and informative factory tours. Besides the ceramics, the store also offers glassware, jewelry, candles and a variety of tiles.