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Redding
GREEN ACRES RV PARK was designed, built, and is managed by the current owner's, Ron & Sheryl Culp. Redding is in the north end of the Sacramento Valley with the Sacramento River running through it and surrounded by beautiful mountains on three sides....
Redding
A 9,000 square foot billiard hall with over 20 pool tables, snooker table, shuffleboard, arcades, juke box, delicious menu, lunch specials, kids birthday party packages and more. It's fun for the entire family!
Waterworks
(32 Miles)
Redding
Welcome to Waterworks Park-Coolest Place in Redding. We have all the thrills and spills you want in a water amusement park. We have rides for all ages from the extreme Avalanche to the Kiddie play area. Our tropical themed park is ready for summer ...
Redding
Turtle Bay Museum is the heart of the Turtle Bay experience. It contains permanent, interactive exhibits and two large special exhibition galleries.
Shasta Lake
Outside attractions include bumper boats, go karting and miniature golf course. Indoor fun includes laser tag combat play and family laser maze puzzle game.
Redding
With a boat ride across Shasta Lake, a scenic bus ride to the cavern entrance, and a one hour guided tour through the caverns, Lake Shasta Caverns is �Three Adventures In One!�
Ocean World
(77 Miles)
Crescent City
Home to an amazing variety of sea life, this is a unique aquarium offering professionally guided tours, hands-on tidepools, a shark-petting tank and a live seal and sealion show.
Skunk Train
(91 Miles)
Fort Bragg
Come Ride The Skunk In Its Natural Habitat. Forty miles of skunk line. Run through majestic Redwood forests, scenic mountain meadows, and over 30 trestles bridging the pristine mountain waters of Northern California.
Fort Bragg
Offers everything from colorful displays to thunderous waves. The garden also includes a large model railroad, a fairy village and a "quail trail" just for children.
Fort Bragg
Whale watching with a charter boat is the perfect opportunity to be right next to these gentle giants and fun for people of all ages. The Sea Hawk is Coast Guard Certified for 30 passengers and we take up to 3 trips per day. School field trips, an...
Fort Bragg
Have 18 holes of fun on our spectacular Miniature Golf course. Inside, find today's top video games, pool table and air hockey at the EDDI's arcade.
Grass Valley
Learn all about gold at one of the world's largest and most established mines. Historical tours are available, plus living history events and permanent exhibits.
Sequoia Park Zoo
(104 Miles)
Eureka
Connect with the Wild Inside You! Explore one of the oldest and smallest accredited zoo's in the nation set against a magnificent backdrop of the redwood forest. There are many animals to see and learn about, a first-class petting zoo, indoor exhibi...
Eureka
Located in the heart of Old Town Eureka, at the corner of Third and E Streets, the Clarke Historical Museum is one of the gems of the North Coast. The exhibits in the 1912 bank building show the history of Humboldt County, with emphasis on the late 1...
Eureka
Six Rivers National Forest lies east of Redwood State and National Parks in northwestern California, and stretches southward from the Oregon border for about 140 miles. It encompasses 957,590 National Forest acres and 133,410 acres of other ownership...
Calistoga
Come visit the show of California's Old Faithful Geyser, a spectacular, nature-directed performance. The stage, walled by thick bamboo and plumed pampas grass, appears as an innocent pool of shallow water until time for the major attraction.
Calistoga
The Sharpsteen Museum's permanent exhibits are designed to present the history of the upper Napa Valley from its pre-history to post World War I with an emphasis on people and changes brought by the period of U.S. emigration and development.
Petrified Forest
(111 Miles)
Calistoga
Step back in Time, over 3 million years, and follow the trail of majestic petrified redwood giants arrayed before you in a fascinating grove in beautiful California wine country
Safari West
(111 Miles)
Santa Rosa
The natural world awaits you... Faster is not always better. In a world increasingly dominated by technology, instant communication and instant gratification, Safari West stands as a tangible testament to the joy of the natural world, where the pa...
Roseville
Vortex, Revolution and StormRider are three progressive bowl type slides that are ridden solo or with friends on a duo in-line tube or quad cloverleaf raft. These rides offer a progression of thrills for even the most experienced water sliders.
McClellan
In 2007 over 100,000 visitors came to the Aerospace Museum of California to view its unique collection of military and civilian aircraft, engine exhibit, use the educational programs, and enjoy the Da Vinci Experience exhibit.
Davis
Explorit is an interactive, hands-on, family science musuem in Davis, CA. We offer changing exhibitions, field trips, traveling programs, summer science camp and special events such as Family Explorations, Family Festivals, Lectures and weekend work...
Sacramento
We feature 2 award winning 18 hole miniature golf courses, bumper boats, batting cages, gas power raceway, a grand arcade with redeemable prize center, snack bar, onsite birthday party rooms and our new attraction the Scandia Sky Screamer.
Santa Rosa
Founded in 1989, the Pacific Coast Air Museum (PCAM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the acquisition, restoration, safe operation and display of historical aircraft and provides an educational venue for students and the community....
Sacramento
The Museum is home to the Challenger Space Program and Sacramento's only public planetarium. Inside, you will find a nature room with live animals, reptiles and insects on display. Exhibits include hands-on "exploration stations" that focus on the na...
Sacramento
The Discovery Museum History Center in Old Sacramento features exhibits that showcase Sacramento's vibrant history. One of the many fun family places to visit if you're looking for things to do in Sacramento for kids.
Sacramento
The museum, opened by Governor Pete Wilson in 1991, is the official military museum and historical research center of the State of California.
Sacramento
A complex of historic facilities and unique attractions. Widely regarded as North Americas most popular railroad museum, there is something here for everyone!
Folsom
The Folsom Powerhouse is part of a colorful chapter of Sacramento history and is also an example of the tremendous advance in the commercial application of electricity.
Paradise Island
(118 Miles)
Sacramento
Family fun center with golf, bumper cars, race boats, slides, roller coasters and more. Fun for the whole family!
Sacramento
Located in the heart of the city, Raging Waters Sacramento features more than 25 exhilarating water attractions, breath-taking slides, crystal clear pools and fun-filled activities for children and adults of all ages.
Santa Rosa
We bring our mobile outdoor laser tag system to you for your party or event or get together. Our friendly staff will create a battle field and will stay for the entire event. We play many different games of an 1.5 hours. We can play in parks, your...
Carmichael
Laser tag is action packed fun! Laser tag is a high tech, live action laser game played in a themed arena where special effects, fog, laser beams; pulse-pumping music and other players create an exciting, entertaining adventure.
Folsom
Since 1963, this small unique California zoo has been providing sanctuary to some very special animals. All are non-releasable. Many were raised, and rejected, as wild pets. Others were injured or orphaned in the wild. Most are native to North Americ...
Santa Rosa
See art come alive. Explore in the tours the history and art.
Sacramento Zoo
(119 Miles)
Sacramento
Open since 1927, the Sacramento Zoo is home to more than 500 native, rare and endangered animals and is one of more than 200 accredited institutions of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums
Fairytale Town
(119 Miles)
Sacramento
Since 1959, Fairytale Town has been a treasured place of laughter, memories, learning and family fun.
Funderland
(120 Miles)
Sacramento
Funderland is a small-scale, old-fashioned amusement park and is perfect for tots aged 2 to 12. Admission to Funderland is FREE. Each ride requires 1 ticket per person ($1.50 Monday Friday & $1.75 weekends and holidays). An unlimited ride wristb...
Rancho Cordoca
Sacramento Children’s Museum includes several interactive areas for exploring, playing, and learning. The Museum is designed for ages birth to eight-years-old to allow children to "learn-by-doing"!
Cameron Park
Get back to nature with a swim in this beautiful and lifeguarded lagoon. Park also offers tennis courts, playground, walking/jogging trail, fishing, boat rentals and picnic areas.
Nut Tree
(125 Miles)
Vacaville
A unique mix of your favourite retail stores, restaurants and services, as well as the beloved and newly renovated Nut Tree Plaza, designed specially for kids. An enjoyable and memorable experience for the whole family.
Napa
Experience the best in San Francisco Sailing on the beautiful San Francisco Bay with Adventure Cat Sailing Charters. Our legendary sunset sails and relaxing afternoon Bay cruises are the perfect way to see the breathtaking San Francisco cityscape and...
Elk Grove
In this safe, colourful facility, they have 5 enormous jumphouses for obstacle and slide action and adventure soft play, and a room of arcade games and air hockey tables. All ages welcome in the jumphouses!
Sunoma Traintown
(129 Miles)
Sonoma
Welcome to Sonoma TrainTown ~ "The Most Well-Developed Scale Railroad in the Americas!" Whether you're an over-sophisticated or under-sophisticated train enthusiast, make tracks to Sonoma TrainTown and spend a day in the heart of Wine Country riding ...
Klamath
Klamath River RV Park is located “Right on the River”, ideally located near the California National Redwoods Park with six of the seven tallest trees in the world and is less the 20 miles away.
Apple Hill
(131 Miles)
Camino
Attractions on offer include pumpkin patches, hay and corn mazes, petting zoos, candy making, play areas, nature trails, pony rides, arts and craft activity stands, scavenger hunts and even a miniature train ride, pioneer museum and family play park.
Fairfield
Step into our factory and smell the aroma of chocolate, apricot, cinnamon or pineapple, whatever is being cooked up that day. A visit to our candy making factory in Fairfield, Calif., located about an hour's drive north of San Francisco, is a sugary ...
Truckee
Snow sports including skiing, snowboarding and tubing, plus ice skating and small kids' fun and development zones.
Fairfield
Scandia Family Center is nine acres of entertainment for the entire family. We feature two award winning miniature golf courses, state-of-the-art Lasertron Lasertag arena, lil' indy raceway go karts, waterbugs, rock wall and extreme air bounce, baseb...
Animal Ark
(133 Miles)
Reno
Animal Ark provides an ideal place to house non-releasable wildlife and allows the public a unique opportunity to view these animals in natural habitat exhibits. One of the many fun family places to visit if you're looking for things to do in Reno fo...

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