North Bay Family & Pets
Flying with kids can be a trying experience. Be prepared and know what to expect when arriving at the airport and your air travel experience with your kids will be less stressful.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom provides one of the best family experiences in the Bay Area and is less than 35 miles from either San Francisco or Oakland.
Visit these vineyards north of San Francisco that welcome families for a day of fun.
Both the East Bay and North Bay have fun and festive county fairs this weekend. We’ve got the details in our Bay Area County Fair Guide.
The San Francisco Bay Area is home to over 30 stunning beaches, both right on the Pacific Ocean, as well as inland. Explore dozens of beautiful Bay Area beaches, from great views to awesome hikes, and even to the perfect road trip pit stop.
Grab the family and hop in the car this winter to head off on that mini-vacation you have been postponing for too long. Within three hours from central North Bay, you can be in another beautiful place.
Before you know it, the summer has ended and it’s time to get the kids ready to head back to school. Don’t let school start without making a plan to get the hippest supplies and coolest clothes for all of the students in your family. With the necessary supplies, trendiest clothes and right haircuts, North Bay children of all ages will be ready to head back to school in style.
Sonoma is the gateway to Northern California’s wine country, just 40 miles north of San Francisco. Here, visitors discover the intersection of sunshine, vineyards and history that makes Sonoma unique as the birthplace of California statehood in 1846. Add the lure of seasonal festivals for a great getaway destination offering lots more than wonderful wineries.
The Bay Area is all about water! Dive into some little known Bay Area lakes and get an insider’s look at “Clear Lake.” Also, learn where you can take your special someone on a romantic, waterfront date.
Explore the Bay Area’s historic sites, from San Jose’s gorgeous original light tower, to the remains of Jack London’s tragic dream house which burned to the ground before the author ever spent a night inside. Hit the road and explore our region’s fascinating past.