50 ways to celebrate the Bay on Bay Day

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Join us on Saturday, October 1 and remember to tag your Bay Day photos with #SFBayDay.

 

East Bay
Wetland Restoration with Save The Bay 9am – 12pm
Healthy Parks, Healthy People Walk at MLK Regional Shoreline 10am – 12pm
East Bay Regional Park District: Family Nature Fun at Crab Cove 2pm – 3pm
Group Bike Ride in San Leandro with Bike East Bay 10:30am – 1:30pm
Berkeley Group Bike Ride with Bike East Bay 3:30pm – 5:00pm
Lindsay Wildlife Experience: Meet Bay Animals! 10am – 5pm
Bay Trail Audio Tours Narrated by Doug McConnell All day
$4 Pints at 21st Amendment Brewery 12pm – 10pm
North Richmond Shoreline Open Space Alliance Festival 11am – 4pm
Warning, Warning & Watermark Film Screening at David Brower Center 2pm – 4pm
North Bay
Marine Mammal Center: Tours and Free Admission 10am – 5pm
Sonoma Land Trust: Sears Point Tidal Marsh Docent-Led Walk 10am – 12pm
Walking Tour around the Bay Model 10am – 12:30pm
Discounted Kayaking & SUP at Sea Trek 8:30am – 5pm
Bike the Bay – Ridge Trail’s Carquinez Scenic Loop 9am
Paddle the Benicia Water Trail 9am – 11:30am
Adapting to Sea Level Rise in the Bay with Roger Leventhal and Sonoma Land Trust 9am – 10am
Napa Valley Museum’s Oktoberfest Celebration 11am – 4pm
Bay Day at Bay Area Discovery Museum 9am – 5pm
San Francisco
Coastal Cleanup at Heron’s Head Park 1pm – 3pm
No Butts in the Bay Beach Clean Up 1pm – 4pm
Farallon Island Expedition Discount 10:30am – 4:30pm
Discounted Adventure Cat Bay Sail 1pm – 3pm
Bay Day Boat Ride: Loop around the Bay 1:30pm – 2:30pm
Swim Across America with Baykeeper 8am – 12pm
Group Bike Ride with SF Bike Coalition 11am – 1pm
City Kayak Discounted Tours
Discounted Segway Tours of San Francisco 9am – 7:30pm
CUESA and the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market celebrate Bay Day and National Seafood Month 9am – 1:30pm
Bay Day Giveaways at PIER 39 12pm – 2pm
Discounted Admission at Aquarium of the Bay 10am – 7pm
Intimate Marine Life of SF Bay at Exploratorium 12pm – 3pm
Reusable Bag Crafts at the Sea Lion Center 10:30am – 4:30pm
Bean Sprouts Family Day at the San Francisco Botanical Garden 1pm – 4pm
Peninsula & South Bay
Wetland Restoration with Save The Bay 9am – 12pm
Sloughkeepers Paddle and Cleanup of Alviso Slough 11am
Bay Trail Walk 9:30am – 10:45am
Climate Change and the Bay Hike at Ravenswood Open Space Preserve 2pm – 4pm
Wisdom of the Watershed Docent-Led Hike at Picchetti Ranch Open Space Preserve 10am – 12pm
Group Bike Ride with Silicon Valley Bike Coalition 10:30am – 1:30pm
Free Admission at CuriOdyssey 10am – 5pm
Marine Science Institute Boat Tours at PortFest 10:00am – 3:00pm
Learn to Kayak + Tour of Bair Island with REI 9am – 3pm
Inner Bair Island Bay Day Walk 10am – 11am
Tai Chi at the Refuge 9:30am – 10:30am
Bay Day Bike Ride at Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge 10:30am – 11:30am
Facebook Farmers Market feat. Save The Bay 2pm – 5pm
PortFest in Redwood City 10am – 3pm
“Walking The Bay 2” Photography Exhibit 12pm – 4pm
Bay Day Litter Poster Making at Don Edwards Wildlife Refuge 10am – 11am
Virtual Reality & Sea Level Rise with Look Ahead-San Mateo 10am – 2pm

Yelp’s Top Bay Area spots to celebrate Bay Day

Bay Day is almost here! Museums, aquariums, parks, community organizations, and small businesses across the Bay Area will host special Bay-themed programs for residents to explore, enjoy, and learn more about our Bay on Saturday, Oct. 1. Whether you’re in San Francisco, the East Bay, South Bay, or North Bay, there’s something for everyone on Bay Day. Find the event that’s right for you at BayDay.org!

And for more ways to celebrate and enjoy the Bay, check out these top spots as curated by our friends at Yelp:

Bike the Bay on Bay Day

Pump your tires, grab your bike helmet, and zip over to one of three Bay Day cycling events hosted by our friends at the San Francisco Bike Coalition, Bike East Bay, and the Silicon Valley Bike Coalition on Saturday, Oct. 1.

On Bay Day, thousands of Bay Area residents will unite in celebration of San Francisco Bay in their own unique ways. If experiencing the Bay on two wheels is more of your thing, then check out one of these family-friendly Bay Day cycling events happening near you.

Group Bike Ride with SF Bike Coalition
Saturday, Oct. 1:  11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Grab your friends and family for a casual-paced 6 mile bike ride along San Francisco’s famed waterfront, The Embarcadero. Soak in the beautiful Bay views and learn more about the ongoing changes coming to the waterfront and ways you can get involved in the planning processes for new developments and transportation infrastructure. Sign up for this fun event today!

Berkeley Group Bike Ride with Bike East Bay
Saturday, Oct. 1:  3:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.

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Grab your friends and family and join Bike East Bay for a fun, easygoing 6.6 mile roundtrip ride from UC Berkeley to the Berkeley Marina and back on Bay Day. During the ride, you’ll pass over and learn about parts of the Bay watershed, including some historically significant creek restoration sites, and a permeable paved roadway experiment in Berkeley encouraging healthier rainwater runoff to the Bay. Sign up for this fun event today! 

Group Bike Ride in San Leandro with Bike East Bay
Saturday, Oct. 1:  10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

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Grab your friends and family for a fun day of riding on the Bay Trail with Bike East Bay. This ride will begin at the San Leandro BART station and make its way to the Hayward Regional Shoreline and back, passing by San Lorenzo Creek and Marina Park.  At the end of this 11-mile round trip Bay excursion, there will be the option to finish the ride at 21st Amendment Brewery on Williams Street. Sign up for this fun event today!

Group Bike Ride with Silicon Valley Bike Coalition
Saturday, Oct. 1:  10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

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Even in the heart of Silicon Valley, the world’s most renowned center for technological innovation, there are miles of paved bike trails leading to the Bay shoreline for all to enjoy. On Oct. 1 pedal your way from the Mountain View Caltrain station to the Bay shoreline with the Silicon Valley Bike Coalition. There will be 10-mile and 20-mile options available for riders of all abilities, and a chance to check out the newly-opened Moffett Field Trail. Sign up for this fun event today!