Outdoor baby shower location

we are looking for an otudoor baby shower location for late fevruary and were considering the Little Farm at Tilden.  Any other iseas?   There will be lots of kids there, so we want a place where they will be comfortable and able to play.  

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RE: Outdoor baby shower location ()

I had my baby shower at Lake Temescal and have since had our son's first and second Birthdays there. Each reservable site has a lot of space and there are play structures nearby. If you are unable to reserve a site there are some really nice unreserved spaces as well. Lot of parking too.

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Since your event is in February and weather is unpredictable, perhaps a place like Sequoia Lodge in Oakland would work well. I've attended events there, and it seems perfect for something like a baby shower. The lodge is an indoor space, with a kitchen, but has a playground/outdoor space attached (the Lodge host a preschool during the workweek, and areas like he sandbox are closed, but the play structure isn't and there is running around space. It is a city owned property.

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I had my baby shower (co-ed BBQ) at lake Temescal. We had a bunch of kids who could play on the lawn, fish, swim or play at the playground. They have bathrooms, parking and built in BBBQs. You can reserve tables in advance by calling the park district. February is hit or miss on weather so you would probably need a cover of some sort if it rains.

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I've used https://www.peerspace.com to find location venues in the past based on my criteria.  It's great because you usually find locations that aren't always easy to find or advertised.  Check them out and hopefully you'll find a space that works for you.  Good luck.