- TripBuzz found 1258 things to do with kids in or near Bellflower, California, including 1240 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Long Beach, San Pedro and Newport Beach.
- From All Star Park Batting Cages to Piranha Jet Ski Rental Service, the Bellflower area offers 137 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Theaters, Batting Cages and Paintball.
- Located in Los Angeles County, Bellflower, California is named after the Bellefleur apple, which was locally grown in the region. Known as 'The Friendly City,' Bellflower is chock full of boutiques, shops, department stores, and other shopping attractions. The charm of Bellflower is also what lies just outside, including Long Beach and Disneyland, which are both less than 20 minutes away.
Situated on 28 acres in the center of Los Angeles county, Haunted Hollywood Sports offers paintball and airsoft fields for competitive matches. Each field has a different theme; from zombies to ancient Egypt to Cajun.
Simms Park hosts a variety of fitness classes such as a boot camp program, Zumba, and a cardio/aerobics class. The park also contains a baseball field and several basketball courts, both lighted, as well as two picnic areas.
Ruth R. Caruthers Park is a recreational park that includes a skate park, batting cages, a game room, playgrounds, and picnic areas. The park also features a 2.5 mile bike trail as well as an equestrian path.
A small park area with trees, Constitution Park's main feature is a children's playground that consists of swings and a play structure with slides. The park has benches and a paved walking path through the middle of the park.
A theater organization devoted to developing the talents of young performers, the Bellflower Theatre Company offers a variety of lessons, workshops, and master classes on such topics as musical theater, improvisation, and other areas of acting.
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The County of Los Angeles Fire Museum is a museum that showcases antique fire engines, firefighting equipment, and uniforms of firemen. The museum features six drawn steam fire engines as well as Model T fire engines.
Reservoir Hill Park is a neighborhood park that offers visitors green lawns, shade trees, and walking trails. The park features playground areas, picnic tables, and barbecue grills along with a football/soccer field.