Amusement Parks in Antioch


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  • Antioch Paintball Park
    Paint flies all weekend long at Antioch Paintball Park, as teams of players vie for control of two fields littered with hay-bale obstacles or Sup'Air bunkers. Large nets next to the field protect observers and wayward butterflies from paintballs. The field boasts a large grill area for teammates to tell colorful war stories while eating grilled hot dogs and gulping down energy drinks after a quick rinse in the onsite showers.
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    1201 W 10th St.
    Antioch, CA US
  • Antioch City - Leisure Services- Prewett Family
    Slipping down one of five thrilling slides, winding their way through boulder cove, or stopping to refuel at the Lazy River Café, families relish the chance to spend time together while taking respite from summer heat. As kids hone their strokes during swim lessons, parents can lounge poolside or obliterate calories during a water aerobics class. After workouts, the picnic area provides a shady spot to lay out a lunch brought from home, purchased at the snack bar, or willed into existence. On Friday night, the water park gets a dose of sound waves as DJs spin tunes. Throughout the season, kids take advantage of themed activities on Country Western Day, Princess Day, and Pirate Day. The pool can also be rented out for private parties and functions and makes an ideal spot for birthday parties.
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    4701 Lone Tree Way
    Antioch, CA US
  • Waterworld USA
    Five Things to Know About Waterworld California Like an oasis in the desert, Waterworld California has drawn throngs of thrillseekers to Concord every summer since opening in 1995. Here are a few things to know before you splash down: There are more than 35 attractions. Spread across 30 acres, the park’s collection includes heart-pumping experiences like Cliffhanger, which sends visitors plummeting some 70 feet in less than three seconds. Families can play together or scream together. The Big Kahuna rafting experience spins and slides groups of four up and down its watery walls while more subdued family attractions include a lazy river and a family activity area. It’s easy to stay fueled. There are six cafes and food stands peppered throughout the park, serving everything from pizza and hot wings to futuristic Dippin’ Dots ice cream. Not everything is kid-friendly. Adults can imbibe in refreshing sips of imported and domestic beers, margaritas and wine. It’s all available in the Wipeout Lounge. Remember to bring your own towel. If you forget one, the park has some available to purchase in its gift shop. Additionally, bring along some flip-flops—the park’s concrete can get really hot.
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    1950 Waterworld Pkwy
    Concord, CA US
  • Sky High Sports San Francisco
    Blanketed in wall-to-wall trampolines, Sky High Sports delights barefoot fun seekers with springy terrain and an exclusive court for jumpers aged 8 and younger. Guests can hone front flips, backflips, and belly flops during intense free-bounce sessions. Each trampoline comes equipped with a specially designed spring-loaded frame and thick 2-inch safety pads that grant patrons a landing cushier than a corner office at a marshmallow factory. Stuffed with blocks of spongy, body-molding material, a foam pit dares treasure seekers to fling themselves in or scour its depths for the lost contents of bygone pockets. Pintsize aerialist posses can safely practice their synchronized salchows on 360 degrees of trampoline walls while court supervisors watch from the sidelines and award hard-earned praise with oversize scorecards. Sky High also offers AIRobics fitness classes to help jumpers explore the outermost stratospheres of trampoline possibilities.
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    1631 Challenge Dr.
    Concord, CA US
  • Jump Highway
    Jump Highway is constantly in motion. The "trampoline sports arena" is filled with more than 10,000 square feet of custom-built, steel-frame trampolines that cover the floor and climb partway up the walls. Here, visitors of all ages bound across the room and into foam pits large enough for use by professional gymnastics teams or a giant's naptime. In addition to freestyle jumping sessions, the center also hosts group dodgeball and basketball tournaments. The gym's Airobics class treats the trampolines as a whimsical track and field during its cardio-focused, low-impact, and low-gravity workouts. Each piece of equipment is carefully inspected each day and the staff regulates the number of jumpers to prevent overcrowding. They also monitor the different trampoline zones, which include a separate jumping area just for smaller children. When guests are ready for the world to stop shaking, an on-site lounge feature leather furnishings and wireless internet.
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    455 Lopes Rd.
    Fairfield, CA US
  • Scandia Family Center
    Walking onto one of Scandia Family Center?s two award-winning golf courses feels like traversing a quaint corner of the Scandinavian countryside. Shingled houses and windmills dot the landscape, which kids of all ages eye while zooming past in a go-kart or bumper boat. Inside, toddlers climb, crawl, and slide in the three floors of the clubhouse, and up to 25 players take aim in the Lasertron-designed laser-tag facility. Before leaving, kids and adults face off at more than 200 arcade games or grab a bite to eat at the snack bar.
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    4300 Central Place
    Fairfield, CA US
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