Wellness Resources in the Community
At Seton Medical Center, we know that getting involved and active in the community starts with knowing what community resources are available to you. Here are some free and low-cost ways to keep you healthy, active and informed:
The Bay Area is world-famous for the quality and variety of its produce. With so many local farms, there are farmers markets nearly every day of the week. Learn more about times and locations of farmers markets near you.
Crystal Springs Regional Trail
California living means easy access to the great outdoors. Whether you are a speed demon or prefer a slow and steady pace, Crystal Springs Regional Trail offers biking, hiking, horseback riding and so much more. Read more about Crystal Springs Regional Trail.
Walking Tours of San Francisco
Delve deeper into the history, mystery and culture of the city you know and love. City Tours offers walks around Chinatown, the Castro, the Presidio and everything in between. Learn more about the many walking tours of San Francisco.
Whether you are learning to doggy paddle or trying to perfect your breaststroke, community pools are a great way to cool off and meet people. Swimming is a low-impact exercise that is good for everyone! Learn more about the community pools near you.
Local Recreation Departments
Most recreation (rec) centers offer free and low-cost programs for the entire family, from toddlers to seniors. Explore the rec classes that are available near you. Get more information about the local recreation departments in your community.
Senior centers offer classes for the mind and for the body. You can find something for every interest and activity level, from history and art appreciation to workout classes to help you stay strong and healthy. Find out more about senior centers in your neighborhood.
Public libraries are a terrific resource. With access to books, multimedia resources and classes for the whole family, libraries offer some of the best free fun you can have. Find out more about opening hours and locations of public libraries near you.