Amusement Parks in Bell Gardens


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  • Whiteswan Pools and Spas
    Treat your family to a whole park full of rides, games, and fun at Whiteswan Pools and Spas in Santa Fe Springs. No matter what you're hungry for, the menu at this park promises the perfect dish for you. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    14134 Firestone Blvd
    Santa Fe Springs, CA US
  • The Exit Game
    Video games are great and all, but they only allow the player to get so close to the action. The Exit Game allows players to dive into the experience—without bonking their heads on the television screen. Up to 12 players are locked into a room, and they have to work together to escape, scouring the room for puzzles and clues. Each solved puzzle brings them closer and closer to the exit. Rooms are themed and varied in difficulty, from the high-level Chamber to the much easier Vault.
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    111 N Atlantic Blvd
    Monterey Park, CA US
  • Pacific Theatres Regency Fun C
    Feel the heart-racing adrenaline of roller coasters and endless family fun this weekend with a trip to Pacific Theatres Regency Fun C in Lakewood. Check out this park's restaurant, where you can stay for lunch or grab your meal to go. Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this park — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    2440 Carson Street
    Lakewood, CA US
  • Family Amusement Corporation
    More than 200 games cover the 5000 sq. ft. Family Arcade. Here are just a few: Air hockey Basketball shooters Row after row of pinball machines Dance games Fighting games First person shooter games The classic arcade is open every day of the week from 8:30 a.m.–1:30 a.m. and open late on the weekends until 2:30a.m. Parking is available in the Arcade lot. Outside the Arcade Family Arcade also rents a wide variety of entertainment equipment—including jukeboxes—to restaurants, movie studios, and other businesses. Over the years, the Pecks have supplied pinball machines and other games to be used as props in a number of films and TV shows. Meet the Family Behind the Arcade The Peck Family, Circa the 1970s Family Arcade lives up to the first word in its name. In 1971, Harry and David Peck founded the company, an arcade and supplier of coin-operated amusement equipment. Over the decades, they've amassed countless pinball machines, arcade games, pool tables, and much more. The Peck Family, 40 Years Later Harry and David are still at it more than 40 years later, now with the help of sons Robert and Stephen.
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    876 N Vermont Ave.
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Peekaboo Playland
    Peekaboo Playland is a safe, creative indoor playground for children aged nine or younger. Located on bustling Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock, the airy and colorful space welcomes families to play on the wide array of playground equipment, or kick back with any one of the many toys on hand. This is a shoe-free zone, of course, where kids can climb and jump for hours without getting scraped up, making it a perfect weekend destination for special events like birthday parties. At under $10 per child, Peekaboo offers a local alternative to parents looking to give their kid some play time, and longer play passes mean repeat visits are a cinch. Areas of particular interest for tykes include a Mother Goose play fort, a plastic kitchen nook, beach room and several slides. There’s also a bounce house on premises and a boutique area upstairs.
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    2030 Colorado Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Ten Thirty One Productions
    A chill creeps down the spine of every person who spends the night at The Great Horror Campout. At that moment?perhaps while roasting marshmallows around the bonfire?you realize every horror story you've ever heard just might be true, and it's all waiting out there in the darkness. That's the terrifying scene set by The Great Horror Campout, where campers 18 and older embark on an overnight, interactive horror adventure called the Hell Hunt. Terrifying challenges sprawl across the grounds, as do talented actors who take their roles as the undead and deranged very seriously. Among many challenges, these creatures might entomb campers in a mass grave, force them to play games of blood tag, or have them dig through roadkill. To end the onslaught at any time, they can simply shout, "I want my mommy," but if they conquer all terrors they'll earn the title of Hellmaster. For the fainter of heart, the grounds and their keepers host more laid-back activities, including horror movies, sing-a-longs, and arts and crafts. A monster-free Chicken Zone grants further, albeit temporary, reprieve from the madness, and campers can always stay in their tents and hope the sound outside is just a big squirrel screaming its friendliness.
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    13701 Riverside Drive
    Los Angeles, CA US

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