Travel & Outdoors
Ever since its debut more than 30 years ago, the sport of paintball has been going strong in the Bay Area.
The summer months are a great time to consider a backyard redesign and the North Bay has an abundance of well-respected, high-quality landscape businesses.
Lying on a blanket and improving your tan isn’t the only activity available at the beach, so choose your beach according to the day. Here are a handful of options near the Peninsula from which to choose.
Although the popular horse stables no longer operate in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, there are still plenty of options to ride horses in the Bay Area.
South Bay fishermen typically know where the best spots are for fishing, but for newcomers to the sport, it’s helpful to know where to go for the best chance of catching a prize for the day.
There are fitness classes all over the East Bay that are affordable and don’t require a membership.
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.
A deep well of knowledge, buckets of savvy and a passion for exploring and adventure are embodied within these five travel agent professionals, who are happy to see that you have the best possible travel experience.
Kirstin Tanaka, Fun Director at the Sports Basement in Sunnyvale, offers five tips for a camping list.
The following suggested properties are five of the most comfortable wilderness retreats, all located north of the Golden Gate.