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  • Riley's Farm
    Riley's Farm recreates the convivial, rustic atmosphere of an 18th century public house, serving up farm fresh comfort food including barbecue, baked bread, Scottish beef pies, and cider-baked ham alongside mugs of ale and glasses of wine. In the nearby orchards and berry fields, visitors can pick their own bushels of apples, pears, and strawberries, and a schedule of living-history reenactments sends audiences deep into America's past to witness scenes from the Revolutionary War and Gold Rush. Located in a 1880's packing house, the farm's theatre company offers up dinner events that feature staged drama, improvisation, and a premium on guest interaction. Many shows include live music and dancing, as well as outdoor activities like country hayrides or tomahawk-throwing competitions.
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    12261 S. Oak Glen Rd
    Oak Glen, CA US
  • Cahuilla Creek Casino
    Cahuilla Creek Casino has the best amenities around. Enjoy Cahuilla Creek Casino when you stay in Anza. Don't waste any time circling the block! There are many parking options close by. When you need a little R&R, call Cahuilla Creek Casino and book a vacation to remember in the beautiful city of Anza.
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    52702 Highway 371
    Anza, CA US
  • Painted Earth
    Painted Earth makes it simple for amateur artisans and ceramic virtuosos to produce colorful pottery pieces using a variety of stencils, stamps, and patterns. Start by choosing your desired vessel from a vast selection of more than 500 ceramic pieces ($6?$70), including coffee mugs ($10?$17), dinner plates ($14?$20), and miniature figurines ($8?$30) to festoon with the likeness of a pet or distant relative. Pick a design from the store's volumes of idea books, select from more than 100 colors, and then create a design for an earthenware masterpiece. For artists suffering from painter's block, Painted Earth hosts an online inspiration gallery, and friendly staff members stand ready to assist with the pigmenting process. Glazing, firing, and vibrantly hued paints are included in the flat studio fee ($6 per person per visit), and polished objects are ready one week later.
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    30010 Haun Rd
    Menifee, CA US
  • Castle Park
    Water features lace throughout miniature-golf courses, gurgling cheerfully as putters attempt to elude windmill blades and wacky hazards. These carefully designed courses populate numerous national locations, running parallel to roaring go-kart tracks. Inside arcade rooms, video games chirp in response to players' shouts of victory or defeat.
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    3500 Polk St.
    Riverside, CA US
  • The Cove Waterpark
    On hot, sticky summer days, DropZone Waterpark plunges guests of all ages into the cool refreshing depths of swimming pools. The scent of chlorine fills the air as kids sprint from slide to pool and back again, shrieking in delight each time they splash into the water. Guests stop by The Fill Station for refreshments like a family four pack of cheeseburgers. The park offers both daily admission passes and season passes for the whole family.
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    4310 Camino Real
    Riverside, CA US
  • Cedar Lake Camp
    It took a while for Cedar Lake Camp to come into its identity, changing hands three times in 20 years before the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles bought it in 1955. Since then, the staff has worked hard to establish it as a sanctuary of reflection, renewal, and recreation. The manmade lake clearly plays a central role in the retreat’s activities, from canoeing to swimming and fishing. The camp has also extended its recreational purview to include thrills such as ziplining, rope courses, and team-building activities. It rents its lodges out year-round to guests and bears looking for a place to hibernate, and often hosts summer camps for kids and families.
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    1100 Mill Creek Rd.
    Big Bear Lake, CA US

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