Childrens activities

Take a tour of the Grace Hudson Museum to see the unique collection of Pomo Indian basketry Grace Hudson Museum. Also stroll the Wild Gardens and learn about how the native Pomo people used the plants of the region in their daily lives.

Walk along the dam or feed the ducks at Lake Mendocino. Warm summer day? Go for a swim!

Check out our new skate park—all ages welcome. Located at Low Gap Park, where there’s also a playground, public tennis courts, a disc golf course, hiking trails, and more.

Yokayo Bowl offers fun for the whole family with a full-service bowling alley. For hours and events, click here.

Ukiah has numerous playgrounds for your little ones. Find play structures, picnic grounds and more at Todd Grove Park, Low Gap Park, Vinewood Park, and Orchard Avenue Playground.

During the summer, the City of Ukiah sponsors the Summer Safari Day Camp, which features educational activities, swimming, and plenty of physical activity. Drop-in rates available. Click here for more information.

The Redwood Health Club on the south end of Ukiah offers day-use passes and they have both indoor and outdoor pools to go along with a variety of exercise equipment.

See Seabiscuit’s final home and resting place. At Ridgewood Ranch, just north of Ukiah, you can take a tour of this historic site. For beautiful sites and equestrian history at its best, click here.

About Visit Ukiah

The Visit Ukiah Program is spreading the news about the Ukiah Valley. Funded by the lodging tax from local hotels and managed by a seven member advisory group with local representatives from the retail, wine, hotel, tourism, and art sectors, the program is responsible for marketing Ukiah as a destination for leisure vacations and business meetings to improve the City’s tax base and grow Ukiah’s stock in the State’s tourism industry.