Indoor Play

Safari Sam's Sherwood

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Safari Sam's
16260 Southwest Langer Drive
Sherwood
OR
97140
Tel: 503 925 8000

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Safari Sam’s is conveniently located in Sherwood, Oregon, voted Oregon’s Most Livable City, in the Sherwood Plaza just off Hwy 99W and Tualatin/Sherwood Road.

Where are we going today?

Often with indoor play centers, you have activities for younger kids, but at Safari Sam's, there is something for ALL ages!

First, you have the LARGEST jungle gym in the entire state of Oregon. Pretty impressive! Here, kids will have hours of fun uncovering all of the features, and yes, parents - you can join in too! Kids can climb, play, hide, run, and use up all of that energy that always seem to have!

Surrounding the jungle gym, is the Black Diamond Challenge Course. This is designed especially for kids over 9 years, as it's physically more demanding. However, if younger kids want to try it, they can, they just have to be accompanied. Do you think your little ones will take up the challenge?

If all that play wasn't enough, then you should check out the glow in the dark mini golf! The entire family (yes, parents too! can try and compete with all of the special effects in the black light golf course. You can play just for fun, or you can keep score and really go for gold! Maybe you'll get that hole in one?

Then, for those younger kids, Safari Sam's has something just for them. For those aged 3 to 12, there are inflatable bounce houses, including TWO Finding Nemo houses, so kids can bounce and bounce the day away!

If THAT wasn't enough, then Gonzo's Game Room is where kids can relax in between all that playing, and play some more! If you win enough tickets, you can take home a prize!

Safari Sam's is committed to providing a safe, enjoyable family experience that is fun and exciting, and with all of that play to be had, we think they've done a pretty awesome job - so why don't you see for yourself!

 

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree!
  • Children$4.99 - $7.49 all day play. (Ages 2 to 17)
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am - 9pm Mon - Sat / 11am - 9pm Sunday

All year round. Closed Easter, Labor Day, Thanksviging & Christmas

Teachers corner

They have all day play for field trips - for only $4.99! So why not bring the students and enjoy some active fun!.

I'm Hungry!

Fairly enormous menu with pizzas, grills, kids menu, and even waffle cones! Plenty to enjoy!.

Healthy Eating!

There is a good range of salads so you can stay healthy if you want!.

Any Top Tips?

They have a kids club where they can help your kids with homework, and look after them when parents need!.

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, just speak to staff and see how they can help you!.

Can I get one of those?

There are two birthday party packages to enjoy, and extras available to make it even more special for you!.

More information

Some activities are additional cost on top of admission, including putt putt golf, and the little one's bouncer room.

What people are saying?

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    This is one of my favorite kid places to go to. My daughter lives it and I enjoy just hanging out. Pizza isn't bad, the play structure is huge and they have a semi fun mini putt putt course. There are arcade games but a lot of those need to be exchanged out for newer ones that work. Some reviewers are right, this place is ran by a bunch of high schoolers which does make for bad service. They really do need to bring in a manager to regulate service.

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    This place is deceptively large for being inside a strip mall. The mini golf holes and the jungle gym take up the bulk of the square footage. It's a full 18 holes too which makes it fun.

    They have both new and older video games but because somewhat limited on total number because of the mini golf and jungle gym.

    My 6 year old son had a lot of fun on his birthday. There was definitely a lot to do. But here's the best part for the adults. The food. Generally you go to places like this for the kids to play around and get ok food. But it really was...Read More

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    I like going to Safarie Sam's because the jungle is really fun their. It is really safe in the jungle because their are mats that have cushion in it if you fall in any part you would not get hurt. Too bad I can't go often or I would go many times. I would totally recommend this place.

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    As a first time customer to Safari Sam's, my family was utterly impressed by the size of the Jungle Gym. Other than that, everything was pretty terrible. For starters, the place is completely run by high schoolers who really do not know what they are doing. We did not see anyone in charge who was over the age of 23. Just trying to get the admissions settled was a nightmare. The cashier did not know what he was doing. Then we went and ordered food. The cashier had no clue what she was doing; she tried to charge me $10 more than what it should have...Read More

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    Waste of time and money!
    The jungle gym part is not safe for little kids. I see there are kids ranging from 2 or 3 to teenager together in the jungle. There is a part that requires one to jump up to get onto it. My 6 year old could not do it, so she cried, and had to ask me to help her get onto that. For older kids, I’m wondering why they waste their time here. They could spend time and money better in somewhere else.
    $5 bounce house only has two bounce houses. Too expensive. The game machine is even more ridiculous. There is one game machine...Read More

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by Benjamin Hong

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This place is deceptively large for being inside a strip mall. The mini golf holes and the jungle gym take up the bulk of the square footage. It's a full 18 holes too which makes it fun.

They have both new and older video games but because somewhat limited on total number because of the mini golf and jungle gym.

My 6 year old son had a lot of fun on his birthday. There was definitely a lot to do. But here's the best part for the adults. The food. Generally you go to places like this for the kids to play around and get ok food. But it really was pretty good. But the real highlight menu item is the beer battered fries. They honestly put some bar and pub fries to shame. They fry them up just right and are not greasy at all. Definitely worth a trip to take the kids and enjoy yourself too with some good fries.

by Tiffany Epperly

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As a first time customer to Safari Sam's, my family was utterly impressed by the size of the Jungle Gym. Other than that, everything was pretty terrible. For starters, the place is completely run by high schoolers who really do not know what they are doing. We did not see anyone in charge who was over the age of 23. Just trying to get the admissions settled was a nightmare. The cashier did not know what he was doing. Then we went and ordered food. The cashier had no clue what she was doing; she tried to charge me $10 more than what it should have been. Every second she was asking for help. After I finally got my order in, I waited 20 minutes just to get HALF my meal. They did not place the correct order. With apologies, they gave me the buzzer again and I waited another 20 minutes for one of my meals, after being told it would only be a few minutes. I went up to the cashier and asked where my meal was and they didn't even know what I ordered. I was so angry that I dropped their buzzer and walked away. I do not recommend going there... My expectations were high for this place, but we were severely disappointed on how pathetic the customer service was. I guess that's what you get when you let high schoolers run a business.

by Jane Tang

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Waste of time and money!
The jungle gym part is not safe for little kids. I see there are kids ranging from 2 or 3 to teenager together in the jungle. There is a part that requires one to jump up to get onto it. My 6 year old could not do it, so she cried, and had to ask me to help her get onto that. For older kids, I’m wondering why they waste their time here. They could spend time and money better in somewhere else.
$5 bounce house only has two bounce houses. Too expensive. The game machine is even more ridiculous. There is one game machine that cost 8 tokens (25c/token) by just swing the handle once. Kids can get into bad habit of Gambling.
Staff is not helpful either. One ticket counting machine is broken. I told the front desk staff. He said okay, but would not even bother to get out to take a look.

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