$6 for 9-Hole Mini-Golf, Unlimited Laser Maze, Mirror Maze, and $5 in Arcade Tokens at Belmont Park

Mission Beach Attractions at Belmont Park

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Valerie J. · 1 reviews
· Reviewed 5 hours ago
We love playing mini golf here!

CE

Carylann E. · 2 reviews
· Reviewed 5 days ago
Always a great time here! Took friends and they loved it too. Arcade is so much fun and the boys loved the zipline. So many other great activities and shops... Beach is especially amazing at sunset as well. Make sure to take pictures!

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Greg D. · 2 reviews
· Reviewed 5 days ago
I bought my groupon for mini golf, but our school trip was delayed due to weather so we were not able to go until after my groupon had expired. Belmont park honored it regardless! So grateful. And they have added some great new attractions! Love that place. The kids and teachers had a great time, Thanks again for a wonderful day!

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Jump to: Reviews | Vicious and Valiant at the Amusement Park

Today's Groupon delivers sweet nostalgia to the old and novel excitement to the young: for $6, you get nine holes of mini-golf at Belmont Park along with unlimited saunters through its mirror and laser mazes and $5 worth of arcade tokens. Your inner child is calling and is making an excellent pitch.

The historic attractions of Belmont Park have enchanted people for more than 80 years since the opening of the iconic Giant Dipper rollercoaster and Plunge Olympic Pool. Refusing to remain static, the park has expanded and integrated new entertaining pulls over the years. The black-light mini-golf course (typically $7 per nine-hole round) provides loads of addictive frustration, glow-in-the-dark geometry, and humbling humiliation. The funhouse world of the Magical Mystery Mirror Maze helps you embrace altered perception in California’s only mirror maze, where long halls of mirrors unfold to the sound of '60s psychedelic music, and a million reflections of yourself work together to find the way out. Enter the Laser Maze sans spandex-leather suit for a timed course of laser evasion. (The laser maze–mirror maze combo normally runs $12.)

Buy multiple Groupons and give them away as gifts to fellow thrill-seekers looking to revive old memories and create new ones. For a heaping handful of quarters, you can fill an entire day next to Mission Beach with putting, reflecting, and contorting to your youthful heart’s content.

Reviews

The Mission Beach attractions at Belmont Park hold a near and dear spot in the hearts of many. Yelpers and an IgoUgo user give it three stars:

  • for a small group that would like to spend a half day out, I would recommend they make their way down to Belmont Park. They should not forget about the largest recreation area in the world just 100 yards from the park. Of course it is the Pacific Ocean. – David G.
  • Belmont Park beachfront amusement park is a very charming old park you won't want to miss if you're planning a trip to Mission Beach/Bay. – debzilla, IgoUgo

Vicious and Valiant at the Amusement Park

Belmont Park is a place where your childhood dreams of amusement lay at your fingertips, but just because you get to feel like a kid, doesn’t mean you should act like one. Here’s a guide to proper amusement park behavior featuring opposite-attitudeded children Vicious and Valiant:

At the Spinning Tea Cups
Valiant: Spins calmly and closes his eyes when he feels sick.
Vicious: Was planning to throw up even before he got there and was just looking for an excuse.

At the Bumper Boats
Valiant: Makes eye contact with other drivers before playfully ramming them.
Vicious: Brings a baseball bat.

At Laser Tag
Valiant: Is conscious of younger players and wishes everyone a “job well done.”
Vicious: Corrals an army of younger players to take over the rest of the park with laser weapons and fierce bites.

At the Go-Karts
Valiant: Slows his speed to make tight turns.
Vicious: Was planning to throw up even before he got there and was just looking for an excuse.

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Promotional value expires Apr 30, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Belmont Park


Although Belmont Park has changed shape and modernized since opening in the 1920s, surviving vintage attractions such as the Giant Dipper roller coaster stand as fun reminders of the park's family-friendly roots. Additionally, patrons can practice their security-evasion skills by navigating the high-swinging Sky Ropes Adventure. While resting tired climbing muscles, guests can interface with a few electronic fun-creators with Belmont Park–arcade swipe cards. Players can earn a cache of tickets from a plethora of play-to-win games to purchase sugary treats or noise-making trinkets. Once adrenaline glands have been depleted, visitors can indulge in the park's numerous additional amenities, such as dining areas and beach-themed shops.

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