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The Oakland Zoo is home to over 660 native and exotic animals, Skyride, miniature train, carousel, picnic grounds, wildlife-related art exhibits, hands-on kids' activities, and more.

A 500-acre park in the Oakland hills featuring many forested areas, trails, and areas for picnicking and other activities.

A historic park in East Oakland and the site of the Peralta house.

24 Hour Fitness offers a wide range of work out equipment and instruction open 24 hours a day.

An East Oakland park featuring baseball and soccer fields, amphitheater, and picnic areas.

A park in Oakland bordered by International Blvd and East 12th St, and 6th and 7th avenues.

Offers instruction in cuong nhu, a Vietnamese martial art that blends shotokan karate, Wing Chun kung fu, aikido, judo, vovinam, tai chi, and boxing. All ages and skill levels are welcome.

Combining strength, cardio, and aerobic elements in a streamlined thirty-minute circuit-training workout that starts with a warm-up and ends with a cool-down, the Curves plan is designed with women's bodies in mind.

Offers serious workouts for the seriously committed, with a focus on bodybuilding. The facility has cardio and strength equipment, including free weights and Nautilus and Cybex machines. Also has a sauna, personal trainers, nutritional counselors, massage therapists, smoothies, and a boxing room.

A park in Oakland's Dimond District featuring a public pool, a creek, tennis courts, a playground, a recreation center, and picnic areas.

Offers community programs for children and adults to build partnerships through sports and physical health.

Offers boxing, calisthenics, martial arts, running, and nutrition; partners with schools and CBOs to offer off-site boxing programs; and facilitates and organizes all-female self-defense classes and workshops.

Unapologetically old-school and Rocky-esque, this is an Oakland staple — presided over by Charles King, who has trained at least two state champions and many other pros since he started this line of work in 1984. Facilities include one boxing ring, several speed bags, and various weight machines. No childcare is available.

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