Posts on Events & Activities
These oases tucked into the folds of Bay Area urban life offer opportunities for fun and tranquil activities, including walking, volunteering, meditating and connecting with nature
UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley
With its diverse collection of 13,000 plant varieties from around the world, the garden—located on a hillside above the university—promises a horticultural adventure and healthy hike. On a clear day, trek to the top and enjoy spectacular views of the bay and Golden Gate Bridge from the Garden of Old Roses.
Believe it or not, fall is the best time of the year to go coastal
These five spots will have you wanting to eat all your meals outside
1. Crissy Field
Why? World-class views, great people-watching, proximity to shoreline walks or bike rides, lawn, beach, picnic tables. Ideal location for kite flying.
How? Get a cracked crab or some cooked bay shrimp from Fisherman’s Wharf or the grocery store. Add a salad, some Levain bread—what a picnic!
The opportunity to boost your health in the Great Outdoors is closer than you think
There’s no better way to celebrate spring's warmer temps—and Mother Nature—than a family camping trip. Check the following compilation of some of Yelp’s highest rated Bay Area family campgrounds—then get packin’.