San Francisco Travel & Outdoors
Get festive and explores some of the Bay Area’s hottest festivals. From Outside Lands Music Fest in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park to Oakland’s Eat Real Street Food Festival and the Sausalito Art Festival, join us as we cover the Bay Area’s best summer festivals.
Miniature golf is more than child’s play, it’s a political statement. Thank the ladies of Scotland for founding this entertaining version of a one-time, male-only Olympic sport. These days it’s just a blast for the whole family, especially on these beautiful Bay area greens.
You don’t have to be the sharpest shooter in the Bay to join a pickup basketball game at these San Francisco locations. Just bring your will to compete, put on your game face and get ready for some fast action.
Skip the gym, include the family and get a great workout rock climbing right here in San Francisco. The sport of rock climbing isn’t just for the professionals anymore.
From the Easter Parade to the Berkeley Bay Festival, this year holds some promising events. Promenade your Easter bonnet at the Union Street Festival or strut your twisted attire at the costume contest at the 101st Zazzle Bay to Breakers.
Nobody beats San Fran for skate shops, but finding the right fit is paramount for anyone who loves the skateboarding life. Shops like the best five here provide a tight-knit community that keeps every boarder up to par in addition to sending shoppers home satisfied.
For many in the Bay Area, the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show is the official calling card of spring, meaning your crusade for the perfect lawn and garden begins here and now.
With 132 free municipal tennis courts managed by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, plus courts in schools, neighborhoods and private clubs, picking out San Francisco’s can be tough. Here are the city’s best courts and clubs.
Don your finest green attire join in festivities for the most widely-celebrated saint’s day in the world. San Francisco has plenty of outdoor actives and festive events throughout the city, including the St. Patrick’s Day annual parade and much more.
It sounds fancy, but Pilates was developed by a man who grew up sick and weak in early 20th Century Germany as a means of improving his strength and balance with a relatively low-impact workout. In San Francisco, more than 100 studios and fitness centers offer Pilates classes. Whether it’s a mat class or a spring-and-pulley system, San Fran has something for everyone.