With its close proximity (2 min drive) to I-80, Crestmont School and Crestmont Summer Camp serve children from many communities. This is because our convenient location between Hercules, Pinole, San Pablo, Richmond, El Cerrito, Albany, Kensington and Berkeley allows parents to quickly drop off their child without adding significant commute time.

Many Crestmont School and Crestmont Summer Camp kids live in Richmond, California.  Therefore Crestmont encourages all its students to get to know this diverse and welcoming community.

Here is a list of some of the resources and activities in Richmond that may be of interest to elementary school age children:

  • Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park  / 1414 Harbour Way S #3000, Richmond, CA 94804 / (510) 232-5050 / Explore and honor the efforts and sacrifices of American civilians on the World War II home front. Find out how they lived, worked and got along.

  • Wheelhouse Academy of Baseball / (510) 525-2989 / Batting cage center in Richmond, California.

  • Keller Beach and Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline / Keller Beach is a public beach on the San Francisco Bay in Richmond, California.  The beach is at the north end of the Miller/Knox Regional Shoreline, is a 295-acre bayside park in the Brickyard Cove neighborhood of the Point Richmond District in Richmond.

  • Omescape / 5327 Jacuzzi St #3h, Richmond, CA 94804 / (510) 969-0899 / You and you friends are physically trapped in a room for an hour, where you will be required to use your senses and interact with the environment in order to solve the mystery and escape.

There’s more fun to be had. So we invite you to check out more information about the East Bay, California communities that Crestmont serves.