Kids Activities in Village


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  • Craigmont Equestrian Center
    Instructor Wendy Leduc trains students new to horseback riding with beginner lessons at Craigmont Equestrian Center. She instructs riding lessons that aim to make students as comfortable atop steeds as their decorated instructor. The Center also hosts lessons for advanced riders, teaching them how to ride safely and efficiently in the center’s covered arena, recently furnished with new sand, new lights, and a security gate to keep the school’s horses safe from antiquated horse rustlers looking to round up ponies and spirit them back to the 19th century.
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    3174 Craigmont St
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Chuck E Cheeses
    Craving pizza? Head on over to Sacramento's Chuck E Cheeses for a tasty slice with a crust you can't resist. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Heading out with a larger party? There's plenty of space for big groups at Chuck E Cheeses. Between the music and the crowds, expect noise levels to reach upper limits at the pizzeria. A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the visitors at your next shindig. Or, take your grub to-go. null The menu at Chuck E Cheeses is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30.
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    1690 Arden Way
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Palace Entertainment
    At Boomers!, thrill-seeking families and fun-enabling friends can attack a variety of appealing attractions, including mini golf, batting cages, bumper boats, and the button-mashing joys housed inside the exhilarating game room. The Vista location entertains families of sharpshooters with a blacklight-illuminated laser-tag arena before little ones climb and crawl through the Kidopolis play area. The El Cajon and San Diego locations let rivals celebrate the spirit of competition as they fly past each other in speedy go-karts or have a snail-paced Ferris wheel race at the kid's county fair. Unlimited pass holders at the El Cajon location can also scale the 32-foot-tall climbing wall, which, like America, enables citizens to climb to the top via myriad routes.
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    1600 Exposition Blvd
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Midway of Fun
    There's something timeless about a classic county fair. There are the attractions such as antique cars and horse carriages, rodeos and livestock exhibitions. And, of course, there are the carnival rides. Midway of Fun makes sure that county fairs all over California stay stocked with the kind of flashing, whirling, fun that families have enjoyed for generations. A safety-focused team of pros sets up rides that range from sweet (the Berry Go Round and the Dragon Wagon) to nail-biting (the Viper and the Ranger). Fairgoers can also compete to win a stuffed toy or a term as mayor of next year's fair at games such as break-a-bottle and baseball toss.
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    1600 Exposition Blvd.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Haggin Oaks
    For almost a century, Haggin Oaks Golf Complex has been racking up awards as a premier golfing destination for skills development, the latest in golf gear, and on-course play. Visitors walk in the footsteps of some of the game's greatest players, including Sam Snead, Walter Hagen, and the legendary Ben Hogan, who won his first professional paycheck here in 1938, when paychecks were still oversized and had to travel by mule. The complex's array of amenities lives up to it historical pedigree, helping players develop through lessons with nationally recognized pros, encouraging them to practice their swing on the 100-stall lighted driving range, and setting them loose on one of two 18-hole courses. Beginners can ease into the game at the developmental Arcade Creek course, and those looking for a more traditional and difficult layout can try their hand at the Alister MacKenzie Golf Course. Designed by the great architect Alister MacKenzie, whose projects include some of the most storied courses in the history of the game, such as Augusta National, Cypress Point, and Royal Melbourne, MacKenzie Golf Course envelops players in a pristine, 350-acre alleyway that offers almost no distractions from the outside world or to-do lists written in sand traps. After looping either course, players can stop in at MacKenzie's Sports Bar and Grille to replenish calories burnt on the links through traditional pub fare and 15 beers on tap while they watch sports on 10 flat-screen televisions. The MacKenzie Course shares the limelight with the 18-hole Arcade Creek Course, a relatively flat, 6,818-yard layout designed for more novice golfers. The course's modest length and large greens make it an ideal venue for players to groom their swing or practice playing with a titanium-plated hockey stick. Winner of Golf World's Top Public Golf Shop award, the Golf Super Shop showcases an inventory of gear from hundreds of top brands across 15,000 square feet of retail space. A 1929 Ford Model T truck hoists hundreds of Callaway golf balls, a 1,000-square-foot indoor putting green invites players to test out putters, and large spaces dedicated to Nike and Adidas apparel offer plenty of clothing options for your next outing. Additionally, the shop's club fitters use a variety of club-fitting technologies to ensure a set of irons doesn't end up colluding against its new owner. Course at a Glance: MacKenzie Golf Course: * 18-hole, par 72 designed by Alister MacKenzie * Length of 6,991 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 72.5 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 122 from the farthest tees * Four tee options * Scorecard Course at a Glance: Arcade Creek Course: * 18-hole, par 72 course * Length of 6,818 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 71.8 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 118 from the farthest tees * Six tee options * Scorecard
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    3645 Fulton Ave
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Fright Planet
    Fright Planet Haunted Theme Park's outdoor theme park acts as a library of the world's most potent phobias. Every year, cast members reimagine its catalog of haunted environs, crafting new sets, props, and characters to prey on guests. Its dedication to genuine scares calls for only the best actors and the most grisly scenery, which is constructed with the help of a former Disneyland artist and a bulldozer possessed by the soul of a 1700s architect. The lineup includes eight attractions. Though the houses all have distinct themes and decor, they share two factors: a richly painted backstory and a population of live, ghoulish denizens. Staring toys line the shelves at Hobart's Doll Factory and tight passageways put the squeeze on those brave enough to enter Jatinga: The Forbidden Temple. Other experiences play on claustrophobic fears?for example, Buried Alive: The Ride shuts patrons into a coffin where they endure a simulated hearse ride, burial, and the chilling sound of worms calling dibs on their body parts.
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    1600 Exposition Blvd.
    Sacramento, CA US
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