Camelot Park Family Entertainment Center Bakersfield
Where is it at?
Camelot Park Family Entertainment Center
1251 Oak Street
Where are we going today?
Welcome you fine knights and maidens to Camelot Park! An adventurous playground where the whole family can enjoy the multitude of entertainment this magical land has to offer.
On those hot days have a splashing time in the Bumper Boats - fun electic boats where you come equipt with your very own water gun to squirt your friends! Those knight riders driving must be 44 inches or taller, and any passengers must be 40 - 44 inches tall.
If water doesn't take your fancy, then go-karts can really test your skills behind the wheel! Race your friends on the exhilarating go-kart track as you navigate the corners and wide curves. Watch out! Oh, that was a close one, but you're still in the lead!
Ayyy batter batter batter....fancy a quick swing? Then head to the batting cages where you can feel like you're in the Major League. Balls can be hard or soft, and you can vary the speed of the pitch so don't worry too much about your skill level!
If you fancy celebrating your birthday here, there are a number of packages available to consider. Just ask!
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How much does it cost?
- AdultsVary depending on activity
- ChildrenVary depending on activity
When can we go?
Vary depending on season
What people are saying?
by Angel Castillo
Daam this was the best experience ever since I was small my dad always taken me and I love this place im 18 and I still go
by Dana Renaud
Very positive experience and fun along with encouraging music.
by mars silva
Fun place for kids and adults. Bumper boats were a blast . Great arcade and no waiting for go carts on Sunday. Affordable and friendly staff. Open til 10pm with in and out privileges. Can't beat that.
by Henry Morgan
I remember back when this place was originally called Castle land or something like that and changed to boomers. I used to go here all the time to play arcade games like house of the dead 2 or ride go karts sometimes. They had this thing on Tuesday where you can play any game for free while wearing a blue wristband. The place is often crowded and the service can be rude sometimes.
by Rico Jimenez
Lick the door