Redwood City in California has tons of fun activities for you and your kids. Dive deep into ocean environments at the Marine Science Camp, play at La Petite Playhouse, enjoy the outdoors at Stulsaft Park, and learn about flight at the Hiller Aviation... see more »
Redwood City in California has tons of fun activities for you and your kids. Dive deep into ocean environments at the Marine Science Camp, play at La Petite Playhouse, enjoy the outdoors at Stulsaft Park, and learn about flight at the Hiller Aviation Museum. Check out our online directory of summer camps in Redwood City to find that perfect camp for your child.
Connect with the ocean at the Marine Science Camp! There are 4 sessions for grades K to 12th. Kids can be plankton pioneers, naturalists, underwater detectives or camp out along the coast. All campers will go home with an understanding of ocean habitats and food chains, will hold live animals, and go on marine investigations on boat and land. Check out all their fascinating camp programs for the marine biology lover in your family.
Have a blast playing, climbing, and sliding at La Petite Playhouse, a safe and family-friendly indoor fun house. This playhouse features an under-the-sea themed play structure for kids 10 and under. With sportcourts, a climbing wall, and a separate baby and toddler area, there something for everyone here. Not only will your children have a great time, they’ll also burn energy while staying active.
Enjoy the nature in the Bay Area at Stulsaft Park. Hike on the many trails, enjoy the playgrounds, or cool off in the water play area, complete with sprinklers. Dogs are welcome too, and the park has many off-leash areas for your furry friends. Bring a picnic for lunch or a snack at one of the many picnic tables at this gorgeous spot.
Learn all about airplanes at the Hiller Aviation Museum. Check out the many life-sized aircraft models on display throughout the museum. You can immerse your family in the history and future of aviation by taking a guided tour and participating in interactive displays. On weekends, you can even learn to fly on the museum’s flight simulator. A family lounge provides a private spot just for you and your family.
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