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The Bay Area Discovery Museum features seven exhibition spaces and more than six daily drop-in programs for children 6 months of age to 10 years.

The beach has a mile-long shoreline with sandy coves, rocky cliffs, tide pools, fishing spots and picnic facilities. Across the highway is Pescadero Marsh Natural Preserve, a popular spot for bird watchers and other naturalists. The Reserve is a…

Stop at the renovated Nature and History Center and discover new interactive exhibits, and share the wonders and diversity of the Waddell Valley. Rancho del Oso is in the coastal section of Big Basin Redwoods State Park and is located 17 miles north…

Long considered the “crown jewel” of the California State Park system, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve is a magnet for nature lovers the world around. From its breathtaking beauty to its fascinating wildlife to its friendly and knowledgeable…

After the Army declared the property surplus in 1946, there was intense interest from the local community in the fate of the island. Two nonprofit groups, the Angel Island Foundation (today’s Angel Island Conservancy), and the Marin Conservation…

The San Francisco Zoo is designed with the underlying belief that nature-focused interaction leads to conservation action. Learning about animals here inspires visitors to care for all wildlife.

Costanoa is an eco adventure resort designed to encourage our guests to explore the stunning beauty of our protected California coastline and Discover the Pace of Nature.

Tide pools, redwoods, elephant seals, grey whales, hiking, biking, and the famous cliff-side hot tub await you at HI-Pigeon Point Lighthouse. Yes — the hostel is at a working, 115-foot-tall lighthouse. (And it’s among the top ten…

Año Nuevo State Park’s rich variety of natural and cultural resources draws visitors from around the world. The park’s Natural Preserve offers an extraordinary wilderness experience, where every year up to 10,000 elephant seals return to breed, give…

California Department of Parks and Recreation manages 280 park units, which contain the finest and most diverse collection of natural, cultural, and recreational resources to be found within California. These treasures are as diverse as California:…