Kids Activities in Vancouver


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  • Big Al's
    Kick back with your friends and enjoy an American meal at Big Al's. Low-fat options are missing from the menu, so guests can leave their diets at home. Drinks here are readily available, so you can enjoy a glass of red or try something new. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Big Al's just as much as mom and dad. Take advantage of great beer and tasty bites when you stop by for happy hour. Access the Internet free of charge via Big Al's' complimentary wifi. Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Big Al's for a group meal. Weekend diners may find themselves waiting for a table, as Friday and Saturday nights tend to draw a crowd. No need to be formal, business casual will pass. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Big Al's is centrally located near many parking lot options. Big Al's is a prime location for cyclists to park their bikes and enjoy a bite to eat. Dining at Big Al's will set you back about $30 per person on average.
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    16615 SE 18th St
    Vancouver, WA US
  • Husted's Hazel Dell Lanes
    Upon entering Husted's Hazel Dell Lanes, visitors are greeted with 24 sleek lanes, which may or may not be glowing, depending on the day of the week. Mondays through Thursdays showcase regular bowling fun, but the whole place lights up on Fridays and Saturdays as laser lights and music create a party-like atmosphere for Thunder Alley, Husted's version of cosmic bowling. In between games, bowlers can visit the Cedar Room Lounge for cocktails and karaoke or hop over to the pro shop for advice about proper form and what to do if your ball doesn't have any holes. Those looking for a quick bite can also grab snacks at the 2nd Addition bar and grill.
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    6300 NE Highway 99
    Vancouver, WA US
  • Golden Skate
    Golden Skate's 2,500 sq. ft., state-of-the-art laser-tag arena shows a glimpse of the future. Players can don battle vests and battle against each other with beams of light, as black lights illuminate teams of players as they scour obstacles in search of adversaries. Alternatively, roller skaters glide around the rink and into a bygone era filled with life's simpler pleasures. But despite the name, not everything here is awash in the golden hue of nostalgia. Modern pop music blasts through the rink's speakers, helping skaters maintain their rhythm as they brazenly coast through traffic lights.
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    4915 East 4th Plain Boulevard
    Vancouver, WA US
  • JJ Jump and JJ Extreme
    Inside both of JJ Jump's two locations lies 7,000 to 12,000 square feet of inflatable challenges and bounce-based entertainment for children. The jousting arena settles sibling rivalries in a civilized and laugh-filled fashion, and giant slides send little ones safely toward the ground. But there's more to JJ Jump than jumping: each facility also boasts a creative play zone that is ripe with construction toys and a stage where children can let their imaginations run wild. From time to time, the Clackamas facility morphs into JJ Extreme, where a kid wearing a harness can be suspended from the ceiling by a rope to swing back and forth under neon lights. Harnesses also come in handy for a slightly more competitive activity, during which youngsters zip past one another, running toward a basketball hoop and hoping to make a shot before a bungee cord pulls them each backward across a soft, inflatable mat.
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    7500 Northeast 16th Avenue
    Vancouver, WA US
  • Cinetopia 1*
    Cinetopia's super-high-definition digital projectors, wide leather seats, fresh market-to-table cuisine, selection of local microbrews, extensive wine list, and art gallery have earned the cinema acclaim from multiple media outlets. The Vancouver Mall 23 location boasts four enormous GXL screens up to 80 feet with 4096p projection—4 times the resolution of Blu-ray—and an exclusive immersive 64.2 channel Dolby ATMOS sound system, five luxury-themed movie parlors, nine living rooms, and five grand auditoriums with steep stadium-style seating and ejection buttons that allow audiences to escape the theater during too-scary shower scenes. The Mill Plain location also houses five grand auditorium theaters, each equipped with 50-foot, 2048p screens. The venue's three living-room theaters accommodate patrons aged 21 and older with footrests, pillows, and waiters on hand. Along with grand auditoriums and living-room theaters, the Beaverton location houses two GXL Theaters with massive 62-foot and 70-foot screens. Films unreel onto super-high-definition, 30-foot screens in the exclusive parlor-room theaters. Visitors to each Cinetopia can order restaurant service in select screening rooms. They can also customize their popcorn at a gourmet-butter bar, and enjoy preshow live music performed 20 minutes before weekend evening shows, typically by pianists, violinists, and horror-movie villains trying to rebrand their image. Cinetopia also carries a host of other classic comfort food and beverages, such as pastries, made-from-scratch pizzas, and more than 50 wines.
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    11700 SE 7th St.
    Vancouver, WA US
  • Mountain View Ice Arena
    Mountain View Ice Arena?s glassy surface plays host to public-skate sessions, lessons, ice-exercise classes, and broomball games year-round. Public skate is offered more than 35 hours per week, welcoming placid skaters of all ages to practice spins, lazily loop around the edges, or carve love letters into the frozen surface in hopes of wooing a lonely zamboni operator. Birthday-party packages accommodate groups of varying sizes, treating guests to a quick group skating lesson, food, favors, and other festive essentials, whereas adult and youth hockey leagues give players the space and sticks necessary to scratch their competitive itches.
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    14313 Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard
    Vancouver, WA US

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