A large public park in Berkeley featuring tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, picnic areas, play areas for kids, and Codornices Creek.
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.
For the wresting fanatic, All Pro Wrestling offers training, ring rentals, live fights and birthday parties.
The natural history and environmental education center has more than fifty species of live, non-releasable animals on exhibit.
Ties to the community have helped this YMCA grow into a great resource for locals to participate in an array of physical activities and sports, all within the comfortable facilities offered.
An in-line and quad skating rink offering lessons and a hockey program.
A large park in the Berkeley hills featuring a 40 foot concrete slide. There is also a creek, full basketball court, baseball fields, picnic areas with barbecues, and a tunnel leading to the Berkeley Rose Garden.
A 500 acre park in the Oakland hills containing many forested areas, trails, and areas for picnicking and other activities.
Martial arts training for kids and adults of all skill levels.
A 34-acre living museum featuring one of the most diverse plant collections in the U.S., arranged by region. Also includes a bookstore and a small commercial nursery, profits from which go toward the gardens' operating costs.
A 6,117 acre regional park in Contra Costa County. Perfect for camping and picnicking.
A large park in the Berkeley hills featuring many attractions including large nature areas, Lake Anza, a merry-go-round, a steam train, Little Farm, botanic garden and more.
Offers Isometric Monkey Yoga, IMY-Ashtanga, Vinyasa, postnatal yoga, and yoga classes for children.
A historic park in East Oakland and the site of the Peralta house.