Are your kids stressed during these challenging times? Mindfulness and nature can help bring a sense of calm to your children when they need it most.
If you want to take the kids camping, but parks and campgrounds are still closed — or if you just want to stick close to home this summer — you can still get a taste of the great outdoors and a camp experience.
Want to visit a park or beach during shelter in place? Follow these guidelines to keep your family and others safe.
Staying home more because of coronavirus concerns? This can be an opportunity to get your whole family into the garden – to grow flowers and food.
The Bay Area’s biodiversity makes for nutrient-rich waters where sea life can feed, making it one best places in the world to view whales and other marine wildlife. So grab your binoculars and visit one of these spots along the coast to see some whales in their natural habitat.
Geocaching is a fun way for families to get exercise and spend time outdoors while using their brains. Here's a step-by-step guide.
Often doing something outside your comfort zone can be a wonderful growing experience – especially when it turns out to be fun. It can also be a great way to bond with your kids. Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities in and around the Bay Area for families seeking a safe adrenaline rush.
Taking a winter vacation to snow county can be exciting, invigorating — and stressful. Here's help with packing, finding the best deals and apps, tracking little ones on the slopes and more.
We have some spots to stop and smell the roses.
Slide, Splash, Swim, Surf, Sail Best Ways to Get in the Water This Summer
If the words “water” and “wild” excite you and your family, then there’s an excellent vacation option for you not far from home: California whitewater rafting.