Exploring Rancho Palos Verdes means spending time outdoors. There is so much to see and do in this picturesque neighborhood including whale watching, hiking, and more!
This relatively small coastal city is fairly close to Los Angeles. Yet, spending time here you feel like you’re much farther away from the big city. Walk, bike, play, surf — there’s no shortage of family-friendly things to do in Manhattan Beach.
There are so many things to with kids in Santa Monica that families will most likely find themselves planning multiple days to explore this popular city.
“Cucamonga” has been interpreted several ways and may mean “place of many springs” or “sandy place.” You’ll find many family-friendly things to do in Rancho Cucamonga whether you’re interested in visiting the city’s many parks, learning about history, shopping, or spending time indoors or out.
Ojai is described as a friendly, small-town type of place. Located in Ventura county, Ojai is a city where you can spend a lot of time outdoors and where you’ll find lots to do and explore.
Whether you’re a local who considers Hollywood a place for tourists, or someone who considers Hollywood too far to make the effort, there are plenty of family friendly things to see and do.
If you’ve only ever driven through San Bernardino, it’s time to plan a time to stop and explore the area. You’ll find museums, parks, and more — something for every member of the family.
You’ll find so many family-friendly things to do in Riverside, you may have to consider the city of Riverside for your next vacation. It’s an ideal destination if you’re looking for a place to explore that is rich with history, offers a variety of indoor and outdoor activities for children of all ages, and it’s not too far away from Los Angeles.
The Inland Empire includes Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, which means there’s plenty of family-friendly activities for families to explore in this area of Southern California.
There’s no shortage of things to do in downtown Los Angeles. Don’t try to do it all in one day. Many are free and appropriate for kids of all ages!