Travel & Outdoors
There are many reasons to visit San Francisco this summer but the best are to see the Golden Gate Park, Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Park, Union Square and a baseball game at AT&T Park.
There is a multitude of state and local parks, in addition to an enormous National Seashore and National Recreation Area, all offering first-come, first-serve or reservable campsites.
Within the country’s largest regional urban park district in the East Bay, there are plenty of scenic and spacious picnics areas to choose from. The following recommendations are some of the best picnic spots in the East Bay.
Spring is one of the best times of the year to visit the North Bay and some attractions offer free group or self-guided tours.
With the onset of warm sunny weather, spring is the perfect time of year to start thinking about planting a garden. Use these tips from Master Gardener Mike Klein to start your dream garden.
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the nation’s top cycling regions and the Peninsula has a number of excellent businesses that rent mountain, hybrid and road bikes.
Many of San Francisco’s top-rated hotels open their doors to furry friends, address each pet by name and provide a comfortable bed, water bowls and treats, all at no additional charge.
San Francisco may have the Bay Area’s most famous park, but visitors will be pleased to discover a vast collection of open spaces and outdoor activities on the other side of the Bay. Here are five of the best parks in the East Bay, all within an hour’s drive of Oakland or Berkeley.
Many of the North Bay’s best spas can be found in the Napa Valley and Sonoma Wine Country.
The San Francisco Peninsula’s best attractions for kids include CuriOdyssey, Great America, Hiller Aviation Museum, Lemos Farm and Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo.