Parks & Public Access Areas In San Francisco, CA
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At Camp EDMO®, Pre-K-8th campers develop their creative capacity, unleash their inner scientist and technologist, and explore the mysteries of the natural world.
WildCare is a nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation and environmental education center. With programs in animal aid, advocacy and education, we are the voice for wildlife throughout the Bay Area and beyond.
In its 19th year, Monkey Business kids receive a distinctive classic camp experience in Tilden Park and the Pre-K program, and exciting public transit field trip camps Girls on the Go and Boys on the Go. Winner of many "Best of Camp" Awards.
Randall Museum is a place to explore the natural world at a spectacular site overlooking San Francisco, featuring a live animal exhibit, dynamic interactive science & art exhibits, and classes for children and adults in the arts and science.
GirlVentures promote girls empowerment and leadership development through environmental and social-emotional curriculum via our wilderness immersion programs for girls and gender non-conforming youth.
Now in its 38th year, Camp Chrysalis has developed a distinctive approach to environmental education, camping in three spectacular environments: Big Sur redwoods, Mendocino coast and Sierra Nevada mountains. The best camper:staff ratio of 4:1.
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.
Civic Center Commons is a place in the heart of San Francisco for those to gather in for not only large celebrations, but every day life, such as visiting the playgrounds, Bi-Rite Cafe, or various community-focused events.
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful parklands and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to the east of San Francisco. The system comprises 121,397 acres in 73 parks, including over 1,250 miles of trails.
Hamster Dance Academy offers experienced dance and creative movement instruction for children age 3 through 16, through our regular classes, Summer Camps and Kids' Day-Off Camps on school holidays.
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...
Tree Frog Treks is a science education program located in San Francisco.
Mission Bay is an ongoing development of residential and business properties in the southeast quadrant of downtown San Francisco; better known to some as south of South of Market.
Adventurous Co is a bay area organization creating Adventures through local communities. We build storytelling adventures to incite imagination, drive exploration, and family bonding.
Athletic Playground is a recreational community space offering a home to movers of all kinds, with a versatile facility accommodating a wide range of physical disciplines.
We are a creativity incubator for kids, where they grow their creative intelligence (CIQ) through making. Not just talking about it – actually, truly making tangible things that can empower both their minds and their self-esteem.
Camp Unalayee has been taking kids on outdoor adventures since 1949. Located in Northern California’s Trinity Alps, we are a non-profit, co-ed wilderness summer camp that provides meaningful outdoor experiences for children ages 10-17.
The City of Berkeley's Recreation Division offers a variety of programs and classes for all ages ranging from Tots and Pre-K to the teens After Spot, youth and adult sports, summer camps, and adult fitness.
At Dancing Paintbrush Studio™, students can let their imaginations soar! We teach fundamentals of fine arts skills in our award winning Summer Art Camp program, while nurturing creativity and individuality in a fun and relaxed camp atmosphere.
The North Beach Branch Library was originally located at the site of the Chinatown Branch. That branch was renamed in 1958 and a new North Beach Branch was erected at 2000 Mason Street next to Joe DiMaggio Playground.
The foot of the Cleveland Cascade is on Lakeshore Avenue, between 2250 and 2300 Lakeshore Avenue.
SoccerKids Youth Soccer School is a non-competitive program that teaches children between the ages of 2.5 and 7 the basic fundamentals of soccer with age appropriate activities that incorporate make-believe and imagination.
BLASTER CAMP IS SAFE, FUN & EXCITING NERF BLASTER GAMES & BATTLES THAT HELP YOUR CHILD DEVELOP SPEED, QUICKNESS, ENDURANCE, AND AGILITY.
It's time that summer camp evolved. Welcome to Doodle, a creativity incubator for kids.
Strong healthy bodies grow strong healthy minds! Learners get to make big strides in cognitive learning this month when they Play Smart at Gymboree.
A wetlands education facility perched on stilts in the salt marshes of the Hayward Shoreline. We strive to foster the connection between people and the San Francisco Bay-Estuary, by providing environmental education and recreation programs.
Located in North Oakland’s Temescal District, Bushrod Recreation Center was constructed in 2000, making it one of newest recreation centers in the area. Bushrod is equipped with a full sized gymnasium, weight room, kitchen, play structure, lighted...
The San Francisco Recreation & Parks Department administers more than 220 parks, playgrounds, and open spaces, including two outside the city limits. The system includes 25 recreation centers, nine swimming pools, five golf courses and numerous te...
"The mission of Parks & Recreation services in Brisbane is to engage and inspire a healthier community by providing fun, inclusive, innovative and safe parks, facilities and programs."
Serving the greater Oakland metro area with quality Montessori early childhood education since 1983. Conveniently located in the Oakland Hills adjacent to I-580 and Highway 13.
Franklin Recreation Center is located in Lower East Oakland, adjacent to Franklin Elementary School. The center features a lighted softball field, outside basketball court, patio areas, asphalt playground, and children’s play structures outside. I...
Renovated in 2005 to accommodate more users and programs. The facility features two pools (a 25-meter x 21′ lap pool and a 89′ x 21′ recreation pool) to accommodate a variety of aquatic programs and needs.
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 James Kenney Community Center features space that can be reserved and rented by community members and recreational space.James Kenney Park has two tennis courts, outdoor basketball courts, a softball field, and picnic areas.