Amusement Parks in Pico Rivera


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  • 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
  • Splash! Buccaneer Bay Waterpark
    At Splash! Buccaneer Bay Waterpark, the sun's rays sift through tall palms and glisten on explosions of water as families rocket out of twirly slides into the pool. After shooting out of those slides, they can grab a tube and head for the lazy river, then clamber over a marooned pirate ship surrounded by cannon walls and benches made from wharf planks. A skull rock keeps watch while some take respite from the heat beneath canopies resembling sails. To keep kids 48" and shorter giggling, there's a Spray Pad Zone with fountains to run through and cascades of water, a zero-depth beach, and dumping buckets. The adjacent 25-yard pool is open to all ages, giving guests ample room to play Marco Polo or a game of underwater chess. At the end of the day, everyone can refuel at the Big Backyard Grille. There, families dine on pizzas and burgers and keep cool with Hawaiian shaved ice. Splash! Buccaneer Bay Waterpark offers free parking, and life jackets and tubes are included at no extra charge.
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    13806 La Mirada Blvd.
    La Mirada, CA US
  • Tac City Airsoft
    The mid 2000s saw the rise of airsoft, an action sport in which players compete against each other using replica guns and plastic BBs. It became increasingly popular as players discovered the joys of role playing as characters from movies, video games, and real life. After noticing a dearth of airsoft fields, retired professional paintball player Sonny Pepito decided to open his own indoor facility, Tac City Airsoft, in 2008. Relying on his experience as a player, field operator, and business owner, he created a successful business and managed to open another location. Both of Tac City's fields now welcome about 50,000 visitors each year for public games, private events, and professional tactical training. Pepito also hopes to develop a realistic, theme-based environment where players can actually become part of the story, much like a 78-year-old who enrolls in high school to learn how to portray a teen on TV.
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    2208 Edwards Ave.
    South El Monte, CA US
  • Xroom
    Corrupt corporate executives, a high-security prison, a fairy-tale curse, and an Egyptian pyramid full of deadly traps?these perils all await participants in Xroom's thrilling puzzle rooms and games. Whether players are attempting to solve the mysterious murder of a lawyer, explore the tomb of Ramses II, or break out of a jail cell with the help of a fellow prisoner who they can hear but can't see, Xroom provides adrenaline-pumping thrills that are guaranteed to stretch the brain as well.
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    529 East Valley Boulevard
    San Gabriel, CA US
  • Ultrazone The Ultimate Laser Adventure
    Blast tactically into a beam-blasting fantasy emitting infrared beams with today's Groupon. You get unlimited laser-tag play at Ultrazone Laser Tag, the largest laser-tag arena in the LA area. All you can play passes at Ultrazone are normally $22 with an extra $5 charge for late-night blasting; although all-day play on Wednesdays and Thursdays is available for $12, use today's deal to spend a weekend hitting your loved ones with painless lasers.In his words, Tad is known for “having the hottest girlfriend in town, driving a 1998 Chevy Cavalier, dressing like the dude from The Matrix way before that movie even came out, and never, ever losing a match.” He’s also the world’s foremost expert on laser-tag strategy, having penned the 2004 bestseller LaserTad’s LaserRad Laser-Tag LaserTactics For Laser-Tag LaserFanatics.
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    231 E Main St
    Alhambra, 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

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