Things to Do in Half Moon Bay, CA

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Half Moon Bay Art Glass 12341 San Mateo Road, Half Moon Bay, CA MoreLess Info
Beginner-friendly class teaches students to blow and shape a mini pumpkin while additional glass trinkets available for purchase
4.1 Miles
75% 4 votes
Farmers Markets 270 Capistrano Rd, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 MoreLess Info
Land and Sea Farmer's Market at Half Moon Bay is a fairly new establishment. The market offers a variety of products from fresh fruits and vegetables, home-made ginger ale to various arts and crafts trinkets. There is also a separate play area for young children.
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68% 19 votes
Fishing 122 Ave Granada, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 MoreLess Info
Organizing fishing excursions to Half Moon Bay, The New Captain Pete helps visitors catch crab, salmon, and more. The captain provides all the equipment necessary for catching the fish, and will clean the fish as well.
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69% 13 votes
Theaters 1167 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 MoreLess Info
Located in Half Moon Bay, the Coastal Repertory Theatre hosts an array of theatrical productions as well as musical performances. The theater also conducts a conservatory for kids and other educational programs.
1.6 Miles
44% 228 votes
Farms & Ranches 1828 Cabrillo Hwy N, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019 MoreLess Info
Sea Horse Ranch offers horseback rides on the beach and have 1 hour, 90 minute and 2 hour rides available. They also offer horsemanship camps and boarding in their facility with multiple arenas and turnouts.
5.6 Miles
94% 35 votes
Bike Paths Canada Road, Belmont, CA 94002 MoreLess Info
Each Sunday the county closes certain roads to accommodate joggers, bicyclers and roller skaters. Referred to by residents as Canada Road Bicycle Sundays, the distance covers just over a mile and restroom facilities are available at a local park.
5.8 Miles
92% 75 votes
Walking Trails San Mateo, CA MoreLess Info
At over 6 miles, Sawyer Camp Trail is a favorite for locals to enjoy scenic views or a bit of exercise. The paved rolling path is perfect for joggers and bikers, as well as those interested in breath-taking photo opportunities.
5.8 Miles
96% 26 votes
Hiking Trails Skyline Blvd & Crystal Springs Road, San Bruno, CA 94096 MoreLess Info
The Sawyer Camp Trail is a segment of the larger Crystal Springs Regional Trail and is designated for bicyclists, hikers, joggers and equestrians. The best known trail in San Mateo County, Sawyer Camp is about six miles in length.
5.9 Miles
91% 272 votes
Hiking Trails Crystal Springs Rd & Skyline Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94401 MoreLess Info
A popular paved trail wide enough for two-way traffic, Sawyer Camp Trail at Crystal Springs Reservoir is designed for hikers, joggers, and bicyclists, and horseback riders. The trail features restrooms at either end as well as picnic areas.
5.9 Miles
61% 18 votes
Recreation Centers 1851 Lexington Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94402 MoreLess Info
The Highlands Recreation District is a family friendly district that is most widely known for being the home of a municipal pool. The district also offers free bike skills days as well as a free bike rodeo for entertainment.
6.4 Miles
82% 44 votes
Historic Sites 80 Canada Road, Redwood City, CA 94062 MoreLess Info
Commemorating the completion of the Hetch-Hetchy Dam water transport project in 1934, the Pulgas Water Temple stands to celebrate the delivery of clean water to the area. The temples surrounding park area is a serene and peaceful place to visit or host private events.
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