San Francisco Travel & Outdoors
April 23rd is National Picnic Day, and there is no better city than San Francisco to celebrate with an al fresco meal. Pack up the picnic basket and head out to one of San Francisco’s best places to go on a picnic.
Don’t miss these events for Bay Area activities & groups to help you celebrate the spirit of Earth Day…
Enjoy some of the best views in the Bay Area from the comfort of your hotel room
With year-round mild weather, outdoor playdates in San Francisco are one of the best ways for both kids and parents alike to socialize and enjoy some fresh air. Grab the kids, some snacks, and friends and head out to one of San Francisco’s best playgrounds for a playdate.
If your feet are itching to run, you just may be in the best place on earth to satisfy the urge. Whether you want a marathon, fun run, trail, an obstacle course or even a triathlon, they all are here in the Bay Area.
The history, architecture and the fans are what make going to a baseball game an exciting adventure. All of these factor into what helps some of these stadiums make the must-see lists for all baseball fans.
If you’re looking to go someplace different for spring break, why not the San Francisco Bay Area? Here’s a look at five of the best reasons to visit the Bay Area over spring, with a little something for students of all ages.
Spring in Northern California isn’t defined by hot weather, but the probability of sunny days is high. So outdoor adventures near the Bay Area deserve a place on the list of cool places to go and fun things to do between semesters.
If leaving the airport isn’t a possibility, here is a look at five of the best airports for layovers in America.
Although still a young city at the western edge of a young nation, some of San Francisco’s landmarks are connected to events prior to the year 1776. Of course, the best historic landmark of all are the 1,200-year-old coastal redwoods of Muir Woods. But a few more recent landmarks are worth mentioning as well.