East Bay Family & Pets
Skip the hefty price tags for toys that fall apart immediately, and head out to toy stores that actually care about your kids. From educational and interactive to exciting entertainment, the area’s best toy stores know what families need. For hours of engaging fun pack up the kiddos and discover their new favorite place to play right in East Bay.
Bay Area pet owners have off-leash hikes and routes mastered, but a swimming adventure isn’t easy to come by around here. It seems man’s best friend turns into puppy non grata when water is added to the mix. When the digits on the thermometer begin to rise, splash it up at these water magnets in the East Bay.
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.
There are more than thirty islands in San Francisco Bay, ranging from small mounds of dirt and trees, to the touristy, and famous land masses called ‘Alcatraz’ and ‘Angel’. Why not ake a day trip to another island, the East Bay’s homey Alameda?
These spooky destinations might be considered tourist traps by some, but a visit to four Bay Area “Mystery Spots” will remind locals that these classic spots aren’t to be missed. Road Trip around the Bay, and let your imagination run wild.
Discover some of the Bay Area’s most haunted places and follow a team of investigators as they search for paranormal activity at a hotel that’s so much fun, the guests continue to come back, perhaps even from beyond the grave.
San Francisco isn’t the only spot in the Bay Area that Hollywood uses for movie-making. Charlie Chaplin began making silent films near Fremont 100 years ago and now, we look back to see the role the East Bay has played in the history of film. Cue, lights!
Let’s explore Livermore! This East Bay city has it all – an historic downtown, tasty dining options and a thriving wine country.
The East Bay has so many things to discover. Drive from Piedmont to Benicia and explore the Berkeley Marina, take a dip in Point Richmond, pet a python, and meet a glass blower in Benicia.
Experience the thrilling sport of thoroughbred horse racing at Golden Gate Fields, the last great Bay Area racetrack.