South San Francisco, CA July 10, 2017 from our FB page
A South San Francisco neighbor messages us “Schools out – what can I do with my kids nearby?” Ideas?
And these were some great responses shared on our Facebook page – thanks to everyone who contributed!
Maria Ceballos-Jimenez Brisbane swimming pool
William Shon What does it tell you when someone would have to recommend a pool in a neighboring town….sad. It has a zero entry shallow end and a kiddie pool.
Lucinda Denning Free bowling for the summer
Lety Christian Martinez Where?
Betty Lew Classic Bowl has a “Kids Bowl Free” program.
Kathy Mahoney Montoya If you have a library card go to The website and check out Discover and go. Free or low cost tickets for stuff around the bay
Julio Saturnino Give them away lol
Mahkato Wakan Tashunka Boys Club
Catherine Chu Moore CrossFit teens class @
K.l. Hamilton Saturdays are the STEM classes which are about 30 minutes long. Attend five classes and get a free pass to something else. Exploratorium in SF, Lawrence Hall of Science at Berkeley. Sundays are open biking on Canada Rd, from 9am to 3pm without being encumbered by auto traffic. The beach at Pacifica. Rent a boat on Stowe lake in GG Park. The Hiller aviation museum in San Carlos. Walk through nature at Sawyer camp trail or San Bruno Mountain, or just stretch your legs to the top of Sign Hill (always a good view). Take the ferry for a ride on the Bay! Check with SSF Park and Rec, they still have some stuff open till the end of summer.
William Shon Ages would help.
Shelley L O’Rourke Cheap or free stufg around san francisco bay area has some rrally good stuff for all ages
Victoria Olsen Lau Open swim on weekdays at Orange Park – $22 for a 10 time pass. The library has tons of stuff for kids – sign up for their weekly e-newsletter.
Go to kidsbowlfree.com and sign them up. 2 free games daily at Classic Bowl. It’s great!
Adele Rios The zoo and science center in San Mateo! I don’t think people know we have a zoo in San Mateo? It’s called CuriOdyssey at Coyote Point, check their page: CuriOdyssey
Karin Cunningham 1. San Bruno Park Pool is open daily 1-3:30 for public swim. They have a toddler pool.
2. Cliff House/Sutro Baths/Land’s End is a very exciting walk and day trip. Louis’ after for milkshakes and french fries
3. Walk along Haight St. Escape from NY Pizza for lunch
4. Children’s Playground/Koret Playground SF bring picnic
5. Legion of Honor Museum SF Kids $6. Adults $15.
6. Walk Grant Ave./Chinatown
7. Explore Japantown on Geary St.
8. Lots of used book stores in SF and San Mateo.
9. Explore San Bruno County Park. Up top there is a huge cement slide.
10. SkyHigh trampoline center Burlingame
Marizen Rivor Just commenting to see all the suggestions. All have been great so far. ?
Brendan Turner K-1 speed
Movie theater at tanforan
Hiking trails on the beach in Pacifica
Dolores Neese San Francisco Zoo?
Michael Jaurigui Aim High has some openings. Call Brad 4152792209