Fun 4 All entertains clans with a merry mishmash of family-oriented indoor and outdoor activities, including miniature golf, go-karts, and a fully stocked arcade. Club-brandishing cliques can play their way across the polychromatic fairways of an 18-hole miniature-golf course, which offers all the excitement of a regular golf excursion without the added expense of golf-cart toll roads. The facility's circular go-kart course loops around rings of worn-out tires, generating a secure driving track ideal for young operators. Hone small-craft boating skills on vibrant yellow, green, and red bumper boats, which impart lifelong skills like steering and celestial navigation via streetlights. A broad-ranged arcade dazzles eyes with neon-hued entertainment that includes skee-ball, air hockey, and Shoot N Hoops.
Pumpkin Stations turn pumpkin shopping and family-park excursions into a one-stop trip. Each of the five Pumpkin Station locations houses a variety of family-fun activities, from giant slides and mini-trains to sky fighter rides and carousels. Mission Valley, for instance, enables visitors to get their sea legs with an on-site boat ride, while the El Cajon game zones gives them a place to rest in between activities. No matter the location, families, friends, and groups can stroll through an asphalt pumpkin patch to seek out a large, plump gourd to take home and carve into a jack-o-lantern.
Bass lines thump from the high-tech sound system as lights flash over the floor where kids and adults dance and bounce around. This nightclub-style atmosphere pervades Jump and Rock's indoor playground where black lights set neon bounce houses aglow, inviting kids to scale pink, air-filled climbing walls and bounce off of the giant inflatables populating the outer-space-themed fun house. The facility is also a party venue, and the staff designs packages to accommodate 15–75 guests with playtime, pizzas, goodie bags, and the ability to convince gravity to lighten up.
The Sophia Isadora Academy of Circus Arts was established during the spring of 2005. Founded by Cheryl Lindley and Rogelio Lopez, the Sophia Isadora Academy of Circus Arts grew out of experiences associated with the Fern Street Circus which was founded in 1990 by John Highkin and Cindy Zimmerman. This circus school's course
At Inflatable World, a 35-foot slides tower above 40,000 square feet of space as youngsters cavort among the outdoor park's 12 air-filled and watery attractions. Nestled among the soaring slides, bounce domes shelter leaping tykes and obstacle courses challenge adventurers to navigate obstructed terrain. Themed inflatables in the shapes of dragons, pirates, and saber-toothed tigers host open-play participants, as well as parties and fundraisers. Inflatable World also rents out its stock for events, pairing football enthusiasts with end-zone bounce houses or existentialists with specially deflated items.