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The total insider secret in the Bay Area Coyote Point is a great start off point for your San Francisco RV rental. The county park has 3 RV sites in the back of the parking lot that will fit any size RV. We have had a few renters stay here with no neighbors! How is that for one of the most amazing pieces of real estate on the bay? A good spot to do a dry run and walk thru in your RV rental.
The Vallejo Mobile Home Community & RV Park near San Mateo, California is in a beautiful area. The staff is dedicated to the residents, and they go out of their way to make everyone feel at home. Guests have access to a clean laundry facility and restrooms with showers. There are washers and dryers available 24/7 for the guests. The rates are affordable with full hook-ups of 30/50 amps. The rents cover the space, water, and sewer. The RV sites will accommodate large RV?s including a section for larger units staying only up to two weeks. Pets are welcome as long as they are not aggressive breeds. The park is beautifully landscaped, so guests enjoy their stay, but there are many attractions outside but nearby the park. The beaches are not far, and there are plenty of wonderful areas for walking or running to stay fit. These attractions include Six Flag?s Discovery Kingdom and great shopping centers.
If you are vacationing in the Bay area, and want to visit near Hayward, California, then the Japanese Gardens make for a popular destination. Plant lovers should enjoy seeing the exquisite topiary, and, if you time your visit for the first Saturday in the month, you can also listen to the designer of the gardens speaking about the garden, and discussing how the garden structures harmonise with the plants to create the cohesion that is so tranquil and beautiful. The gardens are open daily (except Christmas Day), and parking is available. Once you have taken a stroll here, you might also enjoy visiting Garin Regional Park, where you can go for a hike. The visitors center here is a good place to stop off if you are interested in local history, as you can find out about ranching and farming in the area, and visit the blacksmith shop. You will also find the Dry Creek Garden in Garin Park, and this has flowers in bloom throughout the year.
In the aftermath of the devastating 1906 earthquake and fire, civic leaders set about creating a permanent orchestra as a way of rekindling the cultural life and energy of the city. This goal was accomplished in December of 1911 when the symphony held its first concert. Throughout the years, the San Francisco Symphony has grown in acclaim and skill, becoming one of the most beloved in the world.
There are 1.9 million objects which include art, history and natural sciences. You can explore the many elements that shape California?s character and landscape. Over 300,000 square feet of interactive exhibitions you can easily spend the day here. Be sure to check out the many events that occur throughout the year, every Friday night there is a gathering for the community which may include dancing or cultural performances, or you can also participate on the guided tours which for example explain the regional geology or natural the resources.
Lake Merritt, the oldest designated wildlife refuge center, was built in 1870. Now it forms part of the heart of Oakland city. The Lake Merritt 3.4 mile shoreline is heart-shaped. It's a great space for man and nature to mingle. There are many events you can attend at Merritt including a course on Bonsai pruning, birding, or the original child's playground that Disneyland was based on. It's called <a href="http://fairyland.org/">Fairyland</a>.
Everyone has heard of Alcatraz, the infamous prison that held some of America's most dangerous criminals. The subject of many films and books, Alcatraz has become a part of American culture, ingrained in our history and memory. As part of your visit to San Francisco, don't forget to schedule a tour of Alcatraz Island. Visit the site of so many stories and movies, and experience it, firsthand, for yourself, while also learning about the history behind it all.
You can find this Redwood forest just a few miles over the ridge from downtown Oakland. Once the source of San Francisco Bay Area?s building supplies, logging is now history, and the park is home to regal 150 foot redwoods spread over 1,830 acres. On your hike or run you may be fortunate enough to see rare species such as the golden eagle and Alameda striped racer.
To enjoy views of the San Francisco bay, skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge make your way over to Vista Point. You can even walk or bike the bridge to take in more panoramic views.
No visit to San Francisco would be complete without a visit to the Golden Gate Bridge. As iconic as the city itself, the Golden Gate Bridge was a marvel of engineering at the time of its construction, and nearly was not built due to formidable opposition. Drive, walk or bike across the bridge, or park at one of the vistas at either end of the bridge to get that perfect photo for your scrapbook.
Tilden has been called the jewel of the district?s park system, it?s no wonder why the East Bay community considers this park as the haven for recreational activities. From a carousel ride, countless prime picnic spots, swimming at Lake Anza and a stroll through the Botanic Garden there is so much to enjoy, not to mention the 2,079 acres of wild and pristine natural beauty.
A rescue center that has treated over 20,000 marine mammals such as the elephant seals, harbor seals, and California sea lions. You can come and support their work by taking a tour and getting to know the science behind the animals? distress, how the center helps them recover and learn about marine wildlife in general.