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Adventure City 
 
 
"Adventure City is a little theme park with big adventures. A world of excitement, entertainment and education awaits guests at Adventure City. Rides that spin, twirl and zoom, shows that captivate both the young and young at heart and a collection of small town buildings reminding us of simpler times -- all blended together to create a town filled with fun! And the price? Adventure City is affordable family fun with unlimited passes (which includes admission and unlimited use of all rides and attractions for the entire day) and group rates are also available for all organizations. Adventure City has nine exciting rides for kids to enjoy, and all but one ride accommodates adults so the entire family can take part in the fun. Other attractions at Adventure City include: A petting farm, live children's interactive stage shows at the Adventure City, face painting, and an arcade where kids of all ages can test their skills and win fabulous prizes."  Anaheim
Balboa Fun Zone 
 
 
"The Balboa Fun Zone is one of Southern California's oldest and last great coastal amusement areas.... Located on the Balboa Peninsula of Newport Beach.... There's the Balboa Pier, built on the site of Glen Martin's historic the first water-to-water flight, from Balboa to Catalina Island in 1912, and is one of the few piers to survive undamaged by Southern California's destructive coastal storms of the '80s. There's the Catalina Flyer, one hour to Catalina Island. The Balboa Island Ferry, only 50 cents. The harbor cruises, whale watching cruises, sport fishing, quaint shops and great restaurants. And, of course, there's the Balboa Fun Zone. Since 1936, the Fun Zone's ferris wheel has been a day and night landmark on the Newport Harbor scene, beckoning all to join in the fun.... Completely rebuilt from the ground up in 1986, the Fun Zone's ferris wheel, merry-go-round, bumper cars scary dark ride, arcades, fun food, and shops still make it the highlight of every visit to Balboa."  Balboa
Boomer's Irvine Palace Park 
 
 
Arcade, Batting Cages, Bumper Boats, Go-Carts, Kiddie Go-Carts, Soft Play, Laser Tag, Miniature Golf, Motion Similator, Rock Wall, Prize Trak, Gravity Games & a McDonalds on prem. Monday & Wednesday are BMX nights at their gravity games skate park. $10 Tuesday & Thursday.  Irvine
California Adventure (Disney) 
 
 
Disneyland's sister park. I don't know, as a SoCal native, what they thought the natives would find so awesome about miniature fake versions of all the places we've all seen? But it has an awesome rollercoaster and a can't-miss "Soaring over California" ride. Buy your tickets at Ralph's Supermarket to save a few bucks. Enjoy.  Anaheim
Castle Park 
 
 
Not in OC, but nearby for those in the Yorba Linda area. "The setting is twenty-five acres of incredibly diverse, Award Winning landscapes with well kept lawns, and palm trees of every shape and size. Additional appointments of fanciful well-manicured topiary, ornate hand-crafted iron work, abundant waterfalls, rapids and fountains all combine to create a picture-perfect setting ... called Castle Park. Arcade - The building is arranged in two levels, with over 200 state-of-the art Video Games, a Snack Bar, Pinball Machines, plus numerous games of skill like boomball and skeeball, many of which reward success with valuable prizes! Miniature Golf - There are four (4) 18-hole, beautifully sculptured and landscaped, championship golf courses, where the scenery will catch your eye and sounds will delight your ears! Ride Park - Over 30 rides and attractions, including a Dentzel Carousel (circa 1905), Log Ride, Dragon's Tower, 2 Trains, Sea Dragon, Plaza Cafe, and Midway Games with Huge Prizes! Big Top Restaurant - Perfect for Birthdays, Banquets, Awards Ceremonies, Team Meetings, and Company Picnics!"  Riverside
Disneyland 
 
 
The first. The original. History lives there. According to the 2008 Attraction Attendance Report by an industry trade association, Disneyland has the second highest attendence of all amusement and theme parks, worldwide. Disneyland Park and California Adventure 714-781-4565 / Downtown Disney 714-300-7800 / Annual Passports 714-781-4567 / Business Office 714-781-4000 / Dining Reservations 714-781-3463 / Fairy Tale Weddings 714-956-6527 / Group Sales 714-956-6510. See also: The Disney Store, Disney's Character Warehouse Outlet, Disney on Ice. And, for a little fun online, check out this unofficial site that documents Disneyland as it used to be: Yesterland

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Etnies Skate Park of Lake Forest 
 
 
"Skateboards and rollerblades are allowed in the park, along with BMX bicycles equipped with required safety equipment during specified hours. Razor scooters and motorized scooters are not allowed in the Skatepark.... Thanks to a donation from Sole Technologies/Etnies, Skatepark fees have been waived for the first year. All that is required to utilize the Skatepark is a signed waiver, helmet, knee and elbow pads."  Lake Forest
Harada Skateboard Park 
 
 
In Corona. According to SoCalSkateParks.com: "The Harada Skateboard park features a winding wide open snake run that runs into 2 half-pipe style bowls that are separated by a huge spine. The skatepark also has a fun 8' keyhole, 5' sqare bowl, and a small little kidney. There are ledges, hubbas, rails, stairs, and other street elements throughout the skatepark. The concrete is relatively smooth/kinkless and there is plenty of terrain to keep you amused for awhile."  Corona
Knott's Berry Farm 
 
 
The little engine that could! Always overshadowed by its famous neighbor Disneyland, the locals will testify that Knotts has its advantages. Check into deals like the annual pass, the evening-only price and special pricing for locals.  Buena Park
Knott's Soak City 
 
 
A new kid on the block, Knott's Soak City is across the street on what used to be the Knott's Berry Farm's parking lot.  Buena Park
Newport Dunes 
 
 
RV Park, Marina, Back Bay Cafe, Catering, Market Place. Near Fashion Island and Corona del Mar. "Called the 'Ritz of RV Parks' by the Los Angeles Times, Newport Dunes Resort offers the luxury and outstanding amenities of a 5-star resort with the comfort and familiarity of your own home on wheels!"  Newport Beach
Orange County Zoo 
 
 
Home of Nacho the infamous bear! The final destination for hot tub bears, injured eagles and other wayward animals, the OC Zoo is a quick tour for the family amongst all the other diversions at Irvine Regional Park in the hills of Orange. Reasonable admission but short operating hours. That won't matter, though - because there is so much else to do up there. Take a picnic lunch, your bikes and sunscreen - make it a day! "The zoo specializes in animals and plants from the southwestern United States. Participating in a variety of conservation efforts, the zoo provides a permanent home to many animals that are not releasable to the wild.... The Orange County Zoo is located inside beautiful Irvine Park. The park is located within the city limits of the City of Orange. The zoo is nestled among the majestic 477 acre wilderness park. The zoo specializes in the animals and plants from the southwestern United States. This emphasis on native species is very important for the understanding and education of the public. Education is needed for the general public to appreciate the problems of our own 'at risk' native animals and plants."  Orange
Putt-2-Go 
 
 
"Putt-2-Go brings to you portable miniature golf. It can be set up at your home, office, or any location. We do events for all ages and have went as far as San Diego, Carpinteria, and Palm Springs.... The traditional miniature golf course with its windmills and other obstacles make it really difficult to get the ball in the hole, which in turn, runs up the score and creates a lot of variation in the scores. The Putt-2-Go course, however, prevents this from happening; scores are closer together and it better creates a sense of competition. In the real world of golf, when you are on the green, there are no obstacles—just get the ball in the hole and be a winner!... The Putt-2-Go course is designed after a real golf course. Each hole is equipped with simulated rolling hills, sand and water hazards, and palm trees. What makes the Putt-2-Go course exciting is that a hole-in-one is possible for each and every hole; and thus achieving a hole-in-one becomes the ultimate goal for each player. Putt-2-Go currently has 25 holes available for rent at its headquarters in Brea, CA, with a different strategy to each one. The same course has been proven to work for all ages, making the Putt-2-Go course fun and challenging for each player, young and old. Golf holes are each either 6, 12, 16, or 20 feet in length; sometimes, the longest hole is extended to 24 feet for the playoff competition in the case of a tie. Each golf cup hole is only 3 inches wide instead of the traditional 4 inches to better suit the size of our course. The Putt-2-Go course is designed for both indoor and outdoor usage, and has been set up at the following types of locations: hotels, office buildings, convention halls, schools, parks, churches, parking lots, private homes, and even on the Queen Mary of Long Beach."  Brea
Raging Waters 
 
 
Not in OC, but close to the northern cities near the 57. "Raging Waters, California's Largest Waterpark , ranked #3 nationally by the Travel Channel in its Top 10 ranking of US Water Parks, invites you to participate in “The Summer of the Dragon!” With over 50 beautifully landscaped acres and 36 slides and attractions, plus a sand beach, there is outRAGEous fun for guests of all ages. Experience the Dragon's Den, Raging Waters newest attraction, twist down the 10-story High Extreme, float down the ¼ mile Amazon River or relax in the huge Wave Pool. Younger guests will never tire of Kids' Kingdom and Splash Island. Whether mild, wild or in-between, all ages always have a raging good time at Raging Waters San Dimas."  San Dimas
Santa Ana Skate Park 
 
 
Per Caliskatz.com: "The Santa Ana Skate Park is constructed for the street skater full of stairs, rails, ledges and so on this place is a street skaters dream. There is a huge 11 stair with a rail and also a 7 stair with a rail and hubbas. Street skaters this skatepark is a must if your in the area."  Santa Ana
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