California Attractions

California attractions are listed below in alphabetical order.


BOOMERS! is a string of smaller family amusement parks located throughout the U.S. with eleven locations in California.

All of the amusement parks have similar attractions like miniature golf, Go Karts, rock walls, laser tag and bumper cars and boats. They also feature game rooms, batting cages and a few carnival rides.

BOOMERS! amusement parks also offer free admission and parking.

For more information on these California theme parks, please contact:

1155 Graves Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92021

16800 Magnolia Street
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

7354 N. Abby Street
Fresno, CA 93720

3405 Michelson Drive
Irvine, CA 92612

2400 Kitty Hawk Road
Livermore, CA 94550

4215 Bangs Avenue
Modesto, CA 95356

67-700 E. Palm Canyon Dr.
Cathedral City, CA 92234

6999 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92111

2250 N. Preisker Lane
Santa Maria, CA 93458

1500 W. 7TH. Street
Upland, CA 91786

1525 W. Vista Way
Vista, CA 92083

Casitas Water Adventure

Casitas Water Adventure is a small water park located within the Lake Casitas Recreation Area in Ventura. Formerly known as the Blue Heron Water Playground, it is open from May through September with varying operating hours. Features include the “Lazy River” attraction with waterfalls and sprays and a large water playground complete with multi-level play gym, slides and climbing bridges. Guests with infants and toddlers can enjoy the shallows of a separate zero entry spray pool.

For more information on this California water park, please contact:

Casitas Water Adventure
11311 Santa Ana Rd
Ventura, CA 93001

Castle Park

Castle Park is a 25-acre amusement park built in 1976 by founder, Bud Hurlburt, who had previously designed rides for Knott's Berry Farm. It has a county fair setting along with a beautifully landscaped garden with waterfalls and a stream. Castle Park hosts variety of features including four 18-hole miniature golf courses, several carnival rides and a giant video game arcade.

The "Ride Park" offers over two dozen rides and attractions which includes the “Log Flume”, “Cyclone Racer” and the coasters “Merlin’s Revenge” and the “Little Dipper”. Also featured is the swinging pendulum ride “Falling Star” and it’s smaller version,” Crazy Plane”, as well as the “Sea Dragon” and the accelerated free fall of “Dragon’s Tower”.

The “Ride Park” also includes Midway games and classic rides like an antique carousel, bumper cars and Ferris Wheel. Two antique trains take guests on a tour of the park where original 18th century wagons, authentic mining equipment, and artifacts from the Gold Rush days can be seen.

The Castle Arcade features 200 state-of-the art video games on the ground floor and the “Ghost Blasters” interactive laser coaster on the upper level. Anthony the Magic also performs a weekly show at the park.

Castle Park charges no admission fee but does charge for ride tickets and parking. The park is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

For more information on this California theme park, please contact:

Castle Park
3500 Polk Street
Riverside, CA 92505
(951) 785-3000

Children's Fairyland

Children's Fairyland is a 10-acre interactive nursery-rhyme and fairy-tale fantasy world for children up to ten years old. This storybook theme park is located in Oakland's Lakeside Park at Lake Merritt and is visited by over 130,000 guests each year. Created in 1950, it was the first three-dimensional storybook theme park in the United States.

Children's Fairyland features rides, puppet shows, children's theater performances, farm animals, talking storybooks, plus thirty storybook sets.

For more information on this California theme park, please contact:

Children's Fairyland
699 Bellevue Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610

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