- Joss Avenue
Soccer fields, restrooms, dog area.
Nice new playground and tot spot - just off i80. Restrooms.
Beautiful with lots of trees, picnic area, bbqs, restrooms, playgrounds and BB courts
Small green area on Larkspur water front with picnic tables. Pretty.
Nice hidden playground with castle play structure, picnic tables and grassy area.
Nice museum on Marin history next to Boyd park. Family activity room. Voluntary fee.
- Big Tree Park
Big Tree Park is named after the over 500 year old Southern Live Oak tree that dominates the site. This 0.7 acre park is nestled into the surrounding Lake Highland neighborhood and is shaded by the Big Tree's wide canopy. Benches in the shade make this small park the perfect quiet place to enjoy a good book.
- Albert Park
The half-acre park is used for workday lunches as well as planned special events. The gazebo stage is the centerpiece of the park, easily spotted from Edgewater Drive.
- Al Coith Park
Al Coith Park is a scenic park in the historic Cherokee neighborhood. The park is located across the street from the Mayor William Beardall Senior Center and adjacent to the more active Delaney Park. This 6.1-acre area provides beautiful scenery and passive recreation for the surrounding neighborhoods.
- Airport Lakes Park
56.37 park that provides both active and passive recreational amenities. Developed with the help of a $500,000 Florida Communities Trust grant, park users can enjoy the outdoors by hiking on the nature trail and boardwalk, fishing, picnicking, soccer and the playground. Public parking, bike racks, restrooms and drinking fountains are available.
- Madera play area
Small clean play area.
- Madera play area
Small convenient residential play area
- Granada Park
Great softball field with multiple playgrounds. The play areas are used by the preschools and may not be available during school hours.
- Belvedere Park
Nice well kept park with picnic tables,restrooms, community center, a d great playground. A little small.
- Coconut Market Center Stage
Nice public grassy area where there are hula shows, events and farmers markets
- Onos Family Restaurant
Nice family restaurant with reasonable meals. Good breakfast menu. Children's menu. Kid friendly.
- Lydgate Play Bridge
Super neat play structure. Part bridge, part maze, part art work and part play structure with 2 large slides. Definitely unique though a bit tricky to find.
- Poipu Beach Playground
Small good place on scenic beach.
- Jesse Community Playground
Great playground with interesting structures.
Great toy store with knowledgable staff and lots of toys to play with!
Small upscale place with warm feel, kids menu, great service and good food- both upscale and comfort food. The fruit and cracker appetizers a plus.
- Reed playground
Great play. Two Areas built for k-2. Open on weekends and after school.
- Play-well Lego
This place is great! Drop in Lego place that has everything! Really fun place fir big and small kids. Staff is great.
- Civic Center Playground 2
Good for visits to city hall or the main public library. Small but good enough.
- Ark Row
Kids art and dance classes.
- Harbor Playground
One boat shaped play structure by harbor. Dairy Queen nearby.
- Dream Playground
Great playground in middle of town. Multiple play structures, swings, benches, tot lot with innovative design.
- Georiana Playground
Good, clean, small with 2 swings. Near hospital & VA clinic.
- Central Park Snack bar playground
Small and clean with rubbery floor. Restrooms nearby.
- Sports Complex Playground
Small, clean, good way to keep kids entertained while at the sports complex.
- Wiedler Park Playground
Two new playgrounds with lots of climbing structures. Restrooms. Close to beach.
- Wieder Regional Park
Clean with 2 playgrounds, restrooms, picnic tables and grassy area.
- Aloha Grill
Mid range Hawaiian Kids menu.
- Corner Bakery and Cafe
Good, kid friendly cafe and bakery with lots if healthy choices and kids menu. Great stop before / after Discovery museum.
- Battery Mendell
A bit rundown, but a fun place to explore - especially for older kids - 5 and up. An old battery / historical spot with awesome views of the Pacific ocean, headlands and GG bridge.
- Fishing on Crissy Pier
Can be cold but there are crabs galore and beautiful views. No license required if fishing from the pier. Follow crabbing guidelines.
- Marina Beach
Expansive beach. Great view of Monterey. Also a good place for surveys and hang gliders.
- Hilltop Playground
Nice playground with structures for both older and younger children. Behind school. Picnic tables, lots of grass and bbqs.
- Lendrum Ct Playground
New playground - great for toddlers and small children in Presidio. Sandbox and swings and great view of GG bridge.
- Jelly Belly Factory
FREE factory tour. really well done with free jelly beans at the end. cafe too.
- Pacific Rail Road Depot - Train
6 mile, 40 minute round trip ride along the sacramento river. $9 adult. $4 ages6-17, under 5 FREE.
- Happy Pita Cafe
pitas, hummus and gyros galore. kids menu (chicken nuggets) and outdoor seating.
- River City Hot Dogs
hotdogs and ice cream with outdoor seating.
- Indo cafe
Asian cafe / take out with highchairs and patio seating.
- Candy Heaven
two free samples. large array of candy.
- Crissy Field Beach
Great family beach. Dog friendly too.
- Campbell Park
great park with lots of play structures, water spray, swings, basketball and toddler area. good place for picnic and scenic walks by river trail.
- GG park carousel
closed for renovation
- Sharon Art Studio
Children's art classes and pottery. Check website for times.
- The Mission
Very popular breakfast, lunch, brunch place. Lots of pancake choices - Strawberry banana pancakes are the
best!! Can be a bit loud and crowded on the weekends. All the food is great.
- Horse and donkey stables - Old town San Diego
Staff very kid friendly.
- Bonita Cove Beach
Beautiful beach near Belmont amusement park in Mission Park. Clean, quiet, with lots of picnic tables.
Great place for picnic!
- Bonita Cove Playground
sand, lots of swings and volleyball courts. Nearby Belmont Boardwalk rollercoaster. Restrooms and lots of
- Galileo cafe
Inside science center. fairly reasonably priced salads, sandwiches, pizza and soup.
- Balboa plaza fountain
nice fountain with lots of seating area by museums. cafe nearby
- Balboa Park Playground
great playground in middle of balboa park. swings, several new play structures surrounded by lots of grass.
restrooms, picnic tables and lots of benches too.
- Presidio playground
A little run down. One wooden structure. Gorgeous view of the beach!
- La Petite Baleen
Swim school for babies and young children. Several of classes children can earn ribbons as they move
through each level. Classes can get booked up. call for times and rates.
- Transamerica Redwood Park
small oasis across from Transamerica bldg. Fountain and benches.
- Holy Grill
burgers, fries, kids menu - and Mitchell's ice cream!
- Terra Linda Pool Playground
small but good playground outside the pool.
- Sonora taqueria
Old school taqueria and market. No kids menu per se, but there are small plates and quesadillas.
- Healdsburg Veterans Memorial Beach
Fun! A beach, picnic area and swim spot.
- China Beach
My favorite family beach. Small, secluded, clean with lots of children and virtually no rowdiness. Good for sand castles, barbeques and walks through the tide pools and caves at low tide. Good view of GG bridge too.
- Aliso and Woods Canyon Trail
Aliso and Woods Canyon trail is paved for bikes, but great for walking.
Organic yogurt (frozen or not) and oatmeal. Healthy alternative to ice cream.
- Santa Cruz Beach
big public beach by the boardwalk with amusement park. Bathrooms, shops and lots of fast food (and ice cream) nearby.
- Capitola Beach
Great family beach with lots of shops and amenities nearby.
- The Art Bistro
Small coffee shop on Geary. Sandwiches and some small treats for the kids. Cash only.
- Garden House Cafe
Kid friendly cafe with pastries, coffee and sandwiches near Lincoln Playground. Doesn't take credit cards.
- Poipu Beach
Awesomely beautiful state park and beach! Shallow water great for kids. May be able to see monk seals and colorful fish in shallow water. Good snorkeling.
- Angelina's Cafe
- Sunday biking in Golden Gate park
The streets shut down in golden gate park every Sunday. Great for a scenic bike - or stroller walk- with the kids.
- International Spy Museum
Really fun for grade school kids. Get to take on secret identities in this interactive experience.
- Suffolk County Marine Environmental Learning Center
Marine education with tours of aquaculture hatchery. Hands-on tanks with local marine species. Hiking, beach, salt marsh, kayaking and environmental education.
- Jones Beach State Park
Jones Beach State Park is a world-class swimming destination. The park offers surf bathing along its 6.5 miles of ocean beach, one-half mile of bay beach for stillwater bathing, and two swimming pools.The west end of the park provides wonderful surf fishing, a boat basin and undeveloped areas that are home to a variety of migratory birds and native plants.
- Lewin Farms
Lewin Farms is a family owned & operated farm that has been on Long Island for four generations. We were the first pick your own farm on Long Island, and we are continuing this tradition with pick your own strawberries, peaches, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, apples, pumpkins and cut your own Christmas trees.
- Splish Splash Water Park
There are special rides/pools with special themes that are just for children under 44" tall so they don't
- Fire Island National Seashore
Running for 32 miles along the Atlantic shore of Long Island, this scenic strip of sand was established as a National Seashore in 1964 and is the only developed barrier beach in the country without roads.
- Argonne Park Playground
New playground great for toddlers, preschoolers and lower grade children. Clubhouse, tennis court and basketball courts. Nice shaded areas with cement benches - great for watching the kids.
- Mountain Lake Playground
Older playground. Large slide for older children. Lake with ducks and birds. Walking trails.
- Scripp Playgrounds
great play area - 3 different play areas for toddlers, preschoolers, and grade school children.
A favorite for brunch, lunch, or dinner - though it can sometimes have a wait.
- Golden Donut
good donut and coffee shop.
- Darla's Restaurant
Great hamburger joint near Golden Gate park.
- Velo Rouge
Small cafe w great salads and sandwiches.
- Skunk Hollow Mini-Park
Nice small neighborhood park.
- Shorebird Playground
Playground next to adventure playground. swings, well kept wood play structures. Grassy areas.
- San Clemente Park Playground
Great playground, skatepark, surrounded by lots of grass.
- Rossi Park
Great park with soccer fields, tennis courts, baseball diamond, new playground and indoor pool.
- Lahaina Kaanapali Railroad
With a blast of its steam whistle, the locomotive chugs along a six-mile stretch of track at a leisurely pace. During your train ride, the Sugar Cane train crosses a 325-foot curved wooden trestle whose elevation yields panoramic views of neighboring islands and the West Maui Mountains. During your journey, our narrator will entertain you Hawaiian-style and point out sites of interest along the way.
- Mulberry Street Pizzeria
Really great basil blue cheese dressing on red leaf salad.
Run by a family and have the best Chinese food around, non traditional Chinese. New location on 8th and Bryant across from the Mercedes Benz dealership. Get the Braised Green Beans and the Chicken wings and So Noodles....Yum!
- The Little Gourmet
Serves healthy food for kids.
- Park Chow
You can get on Park Chow's no wait list by calling them at 665-9912. They put your name on the list for the time you request, then you are next at that time.
- Tres Agave
Its loud, has a kids' menu, coloring, have had lots of success there.
- Town Park
Nice large park with playground nearby local schools.
- Town Park
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