Best Daycares in Oakland, CA
Large home daycare in the Outer Parkside neighborhood with indoor and outdoor play areas.
Small home daycare in the Fruitvale district.
Small home daycare in the Eastmont neighborhood.
Small home daycare near Dimond Park.
Small home daycare in the Temescal neighborhood.
Large home daycare in the Castlemont area.
Home based facility providing care and educational experiences to children. Located near the...
Small home-based daycare featuring a front and back locking gate, and indoor and outdoor play...
Small in-home daycare near Greeman Field and the Coliseum.
Small in-home daycare in the Brookfield Village area.
Small in-home daycare near Mills College.
Small in-home daycare in the Maxwell Park area.
Large, safe in home daycare with fenced in yard for outdoor play.
Small, licensed in home childcare facility. Books and toys are available for children as well as a...
Home day care where children play inside the provider's home and in her yard.
In-house daycare center with enclosed outdoor patio area.
Home day care facility. Visit the license page to view complaints filed.
Small in-home daycare in the Highland neighborhood.
In-home daycare with capacity for 14 children.
Safe, in home childcare facility with fenced yard for outdoor play.
FAQs About Oakland Daycare
How many daycare providers are in Oakland?
There are currently 148 daycare providers in Oakland. This includes full-time, part-time, and home daycare providers.
How much does daycare cost in Oakland, CA?
The average monthly price for full time daycare in Oakland is $1569. This is based on provider cost data for daycares listed on Winnie.
How many daycares in Oakland accept infants or newborns?
According to daycares listed on Winnie, 37 daycare providers in Oakland accept newborns (under 6 mo) and 42 daycare providers accept infants (6 - 12 mo).
How many Oakland daycare providers accept toddlers?
Based on current daycare data, 120 daycare providers in Oakland accept toddlers (1 - 2 years old) and 141 daycare providers accept toddlers (2 - 3 years old).
More About Oakland, CA
With a diverse community and a long history, Oakland is becoming a more popular place to live in the San Francisco Bay Area, especially as other parts of the Bay get more expensive. Less touristy than San Francisco, Oakland has outstanding food, a thriving arts scene, local sports teams and mild weather.