- TripBuzz discovered 148 different types of activities for couples in the Monterey Park area, including Parks (like Barnes Park), Maze (like Exit Game), Movie Theaters (like AMC Atlantic Times Square 14) and Art Museum (like Vincent Price Art Museum), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 1152 date ideas in or near Monterey Park, California, including 1135 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Long Beach and Whittier.
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708 S Richfield Road, Placentia, CA 92870 MoreLess Info
As a softball training facility, Softball Performance Workshop offers visitors coaches to help guide their training and provide tips to improve their techniques. The center has lessons for catching, hitting, fielding, footwork, and conditioning.
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1301 North Kellogg Drive, Anaheim, CA 92807 MoreLess Info
Sky Zone Anaheim Indoor Trampoline Park offers open jumps, 3-D Dodgeball playing and tournaments, and SkyRobics fitness classes. The entire facility is covered in trampolines and the walls are padded.
A lovely oceanside park with stunning views, Miramar Park features beach areas, sculptures and fountains, an area for dogs with a special water fountain for them, and a large pavilion that can be reserved for weddings and other events.
Claremont's Rosa Torrez Park is a city park that features a playground area with swings, play structures, and slides, most aimed at toddlers and young children. The playground also has benches for parents to watch kids play.
Spanning 20 acres, the McCoy Equestrian Center hosts a wide variety of events in its barn and arena areas, including livestock events, equestrian events like horse shows, banquets, parties, weddings, and others.
For children with little to vast experience, Tennis Anyone is a parent acclaimed program that fosters achievement and development in children. Classes include pee-wee courses, private lessons, and a range of competitive options.
Built on the site of a flood control facility, Haster Basin Recreational Park is a large green space with jogging trails, picnic facilities and pavilions, and playground facilities. It also offers soccer fields and barbecue grills.
Formerly known as the Twin Lakes Park, the Haster Basin Park serves a dual purpose by providing both recreation and flood control. Jogging trails, soccer fields, picnic shelters, and shade trees are just some of the features of this park.
Cyclists of all ages enjoy the 26-Mile Bike Path in Santa Monica, California. This wide, impeccably paved route is almost entirely flat, resulting in an easy riding experience. Bikers pass many comfort stations and restrooms along the way.