Amusement Parks in Prunedale


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  • Valley Center Bowl
    Though still the same game at heart, the bowling competitions at Valley Center Bowl take on a sci-fi spin. The center's 30 lanes use flat-screen televisions to report bowlers' scores, play 3-D graphics, and display a digital clock counting down to the robot uprising. During events such as the Rock-N-Bowl, black and colorful lights dance along the walls and floors while videos pour from six 42-inch screens. Electronic entertainment coaxes visitors away from the lanes an into a newly remodeled, 3,200-square-foot redemption arcade that sits beside the Lazer Frenzy laser maze. Recently renovated with comfortable seating and flat-panel screens, Monterey Lanes entices bowlers of all ages to strive for a perfect 300 score while enjoying good company and crisp refreshments from the cocktail lounge. Weekend glow bowling and an onsite arcade keep gamers amused, and the pro shop caters to more serious bowlers. Monterey Lanes routinely lends its slick surfaces to charity events, such as Bowl Over Breast Cancer.
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    1081 S Main St
    Salinas, CA US
  • Gilroy Gardens
    Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park attracts visitors with a combination of educational exhibits, carnival games, and amusement-park rides. The map features more than 40 possible destinations where guests can learn something new about local horticulture, enjoy an adrenaline-pumping joy ride, or simply enjoy the scenery. With family-friendly attractions available for all ages, the park includes everything from carousels to paddleboats to a mine-cart roller coaster that takes passengers through a thrilling series of dips and speedy turns. Visitors also get to experience the newest water feature, Water Oasis. Even while visitors are standing in line or buckled into a ride, they are still surrounded by nature at Gilroy Gardens Family Theme Park. Five waterfalls—representing the five major styles of waterfalls that occur in nature—gush with torrents of water. The grounds also feature 19 of Axel Erlandson's famous Circus Trees, which he created by grafting saplings so that they grew to form shapes such as hearts, lightning bolts, and basket weaves. In addition to touting the importance of animals such as monarch butterflies and honeybees, the park features six distinctive gardens brimming with informative displays and everything from conifers to tropical and subtropical flowers.
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    3050 Hecker Pass Hwy.
    Gilroy, CA US
  • Nickel City San Jose
    From Dance Dance Revolution Extreme and Mario Kart to skeeball, the more than 100 video and redemption games housed at Nickel City only cost one nickel per play. Additionally, more 30 arcade classics are playable for free—such as Pac-Man, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter—during which gamers battle evildoers trying to prevent them from repaving the road. Once players accrue enough tickets, they can swap their stubs at the redemption counter for prizes such as army men, stuffed animals, and electronics. In between the virtual action, guests can reenergize with a bite from the snack bar or join friends for celebrations in the party room.
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    1711 Branham Lane
    San Jose, CA US
  • Shoot Zombies Now
    Normally, the grounds of Santa Clara Paintball play host to the day-to-day routine of all-out war between rival paintball factions. But for the month of October, a zombie outbreak transforms the fields and trees into a playground for the undead. As in a horror movie, they lurk in every shadow, waiting to steal unsuspecting kids' Raisinets. However, a few brave souls stand ready to prove their bravery armed with the ultimate weapons: paintball markers. During Shoot Zombies Now, Santa Clara Paintball's aptly named Halloween event, visitors can fight back against the zombie horde in one of two scenarios: Zombie Trailer Ride: a custom trailer carries up to 10 people through the infested fields, where they fire glow-in-dark paintballs at the monsters via paintball cannons mounted to the trailer (lasts approximately 20 minutes) Urban Zombie Hunt: wielding shotgun-style markers and a mere 15 rounds of ammo, you and a guide will venture out on foot through a zombie-infested town (lasts approximately 15 minutes)
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    2542 Monterey Rd
    San Jose, CA US
  • Raging Waters - San Jose
    Raging Waters San Jose is one of California’s biggest and most varied waterparks. Rides include: the twisting and turning Barracuda Blaster, which features 500 feet of snaking slide before a final plunge into a pool; the Bombs Away, with its 200-foot straight drop followed by a dizzying inverted flume; and the Dragon’s Den, where you can enjoy hurtling through the dark and slippery enclosure while trying to figure which way you’re facing. Raging Waters has annual and season passes that go for next to nothing during the winter months, making them a great deal when summer finally does come around. They have a main food court that features some surprisingly decent fare, a Subway, and a local BBQ shack called Sharky’s.
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    2333 S White Rd
    San Jose, CA US
  • Santa Clara County Fair
    Each year, the creative team behind Dead Time Dreams Attractions fills its disturbing setting with elaborate plots suitable for the silver screen. Far from sitting passively, audiences step into the scene beset by a cast of horrifying creatures. Before entering one of the immersive attractions, The Meat Factory or The Church, guests pass through the preshow Midway of Terror attraction. In the Meat Factory, terrornauts stumble through a maze of wending dead-ends festooned with meat hooks and body parts, behind which hungry creatures lurk. In the Church, visitors tour an apocalyptic wasteland populated by undead carnivores and toys that have a little bit of battery life in them.
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    344 Tully Rd.
    San Jose, CA US

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