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Pinecrest Campground
16 Pinecrest Avenue
PinecrestCA 95364
(209) 965-4444

Ages: 0 and up

Pinecrest Campground and Pinecrest Lake are located 30 miles east of Sonora, California, off of Highway 108.

There are 196 campsites available during peak season, which is from April to October.  Sites range from 30-40' back-ins, no hook-ups, on five different loops.  Loop D is located closest to the lake.  Most sites include a paved parking pad, fire ring, picnic table, and a shaded area.  The campground has water faucets close to m...

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Children's Concert Series @ Fairytale Town
3901 Land Park Drive
SacramentoCA 95822
(916) 808-5233

Ages: 0 and up

Matinee performances will feature favorite local children's artists. All performances will be held on the Mother Goose Stage and are free with paid park admission. 

Scheduled performers include:

July 10 - Francie Dillon

July 17 - The Hipwaders

July 24 - Mister Cooper

July 31 - Octopretzel

 

These performances are free with paid park admission. These concerts are sponsored by the Loveall Foundation for Children.

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Snow on the Farm @ Dell'Osso Family Farm
501 South Manthey Road
LathropCA 95330
(209) 982-0833

Ages: 0 and up

Enjoy classic wintry activities right here in the Central Valley!  Dell'Osso Family Farm will banish those winter blues and keep kids of all ages busy throughout the season.  

Parking is free, admission is free, and because outside food is allowed, feel free to pack a picnic lunch and a thermos of cocoa.  Continue on with the free activities: families can visit the real reindeer family, drive the pedal cars, climb the tire pyramid an...

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Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park
YosemiteCA 95389
(800) 449-9120

Ages: 0 and up

It's not hard to picture Yosemite National Park in your mind's eye.  It's easy to imagine a place of thundering waterfalls, granite crags, towering trees and beautiful wildlife, hundreds of acres wide thanks to the millions of photos taken of this beautiful place; however, it's not until you find yourself there, in the valley or on a trail, taking it all in, that you can really experience Yosemite.

From Modesto, Yosemite is only...

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Dutch Hollow Farms
5101 Oakdale Road
ModestoCA 95357
(209) 456-4629

Ages: 0 and up

Dutch Hollow Farms is a family owned and operated farm a stone's throw from suburban life. 650,000 tulips popping up from the soft soil herald spring has sprung, summer's heat brings a bounty of freshly picked vegetables to Dutch Hollow's small stand, but fall -- FALL! -- is Dutch Hollow's heyday.

Pumpkins, gourds, and squash of all varieties are available, as well as a full line of autumnal décor. Children can pick the perfect carvin...

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Fairytale Town
3901 Land Park Drive
SacramentoCA 95822
(916) 808-5233

Ages: 2 and up

Since Fairytale Town opened its gates in 1959, millions of delighted children have walked through its gates.  Though Fairytale Town has been updated and renovated through the years, it has never lost the childlike qualities it has always been known to have.

Plan to go for the day and relish in the nap your worn out youngster will take that afternoon.  The morning hours can be spent on the many playgrounds, free-standing climbing struc...

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Virginia Corridor Trailway
Between Needham Avenue & Bangs Avenue
ModestoCA

Ages: 0 and up

Enjoy the 4+ mile paved trail located between Needham Avenue and Bangs Avenue.  The trail follows the old Tidewater Southern Railway line. more»
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Broadway Park
501 North Broadway
TurlockCA 95382
(209) 668-5590

Ages: 0 and up

The 2 acre neighborhood Broadway Park is a great place to play when the mercury is on the rise.  The park's water feature area has a variety of ways to keep cool: buckets that dump water, arcs of water that rise from the ground, and tunnels that spray anyone daring enough to run through the center.  The textured walking surface of the water feature area helps keep slips from ruining the day!

On cooler days, the park is still a hit, as...

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Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park
14881 Pine Grove-Volcano Road
Pine GroveCA 95665
(209) 296-7488

Ages: 0 and up

The Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park is open year round for day use and May through November for overnight camping.

For those looking to learn more about traditional Mi-wok and other Sierra Nevada Native American groups, the onsite Chaw'se Regional Indian Museum is open Friday through Monday, 11am - 3pm. Exhibits include tools used and crafts made by the natives. A ceremonial roundhouse reconstructed in the middle of the smal...

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Micke Grove Zoo
11793 North Micke Grove
LodiCA 95240
(209) 331-2010

Ages: 1 and up

Micke Grove Zoo is a five-acre zoo filled with mammals, birds, reptiles and invertebrates. Micke Grove Zoo is attached to Micke Grove Park which features a Japanese Garden, San Joaquin County Historical MuseumFun Town at Micke Grove Amusement Park and a large picnic area.

Hours of operation: daily, 10am-6pm, May-September, 10am-5pm, October-April. Closed on Christmas Day.

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