Parks & Playgrounds In Palo Alto, CA
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Where Character Grows! Since 1990, SCCT has provided dynamic theater classes and production opportunities for youth ages 5-18 in San Carlos and surrounding communities.
At NatureBridge, students study environmental science, families come together to connect with the natural world and in the summer the local kids explore the wonders of their own backyard.
The Menlo Swim and Sport mission is to serve as a model for promoting healthy, balanced lifestyles through aquatic sports and outdoor family activity. Menlo Swim and Sport intends to create not just a place for lessons
Menlo Park Legends is a community driven baseball organization in Menlo Park, consisting of a Collegiate/Semi-Pro team and a specialized Youth Summer Camp.
Now in its second decade, Vivace Youth Chorus of San José welcomes young singers from all areas of the community.
The studio offers ongoing weekly classes for kids, teens and adults. A high staff-to-student ratio ensures that children receive lots of individual attention. Call for current class schedule.
Serendipity School's rich and multifaceted Preschool and Elementary Programs promote each child's academic, cognitive, emotional, and social development in positive ways designed to further curiosity and creativity.
Central Park is a San Mateo landmark. From the beautiful gazebo to the Bianchi mini train that is a perennial favorite of anyone under five, Central Park is San Mateo’s signature park. It has lighted tennis courts, a playground, and baseball fiel...
Strong healthy bodies grow strong healthy minds! Learners get to make big strides in cognitive learning this month when they Play Smart at Gymboree.
PLAY! Los Altos is a unique, engaging, bright, and fun playspace for kids in Los Altos. They offer art, music, dance, and science classes for kids ages 2.5 - 6 years old and open play for parent supervised play time for all ages.
CuriOdyssey is a serious science playground where kids observe wild animals and experiment with real scientific phenomena. Visit today to give your kids the superpower of science.
Garin & Dry Creek Regional Parks are a great place to escape to and get back to nature. There are many adventures to find on the many trails, beautiful views, wild animals, and a nice picnic area to take a break and rejuvenate.
Focusing on bring the community together for a safe and active lifestyle, the Recreation and Sports department has something that is right for you.
Waterfront area featuring windsurfing, a biking trail, dog park & outdoor classrooms led by rangers.
Bordered by a lagoon, this cozy park features a swimming beach, picnic areas & a boat launch ramp.
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