- TripBuzz found 54 things to do with kids in or near Lompoc, California, including 42 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Santa Maria, Solvang, Santa Ynez and Los Olivos.
- From Jalama Beach County Park to River Park Paintball, the Lompoc area offers 46 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Playgrounds, Beaches and Dog Park.
- Originally occupied by the Chumash Indians, Lompoc is a short drive from Santa Barbara. Along with recreational activities like golfing, camping, surfing and horseback riding, Lompoc offers a number of historical museums and art galleries for tourists to enjoy. Other attractions in the community include a horse sanctuary, aquarium and farmer's market.
Papa John's 614 North H Street, Lompoc, CA MoreLess Info
Hand-tossed pizzas slathered with sauce made from vine-ripened, California-grown tomatoes
Many California native plants like sea rocket, saltbush and verbena grow within the boundaries of Jalama Beach County Park. In addition to picnic and camping areas, the park's coastline is a popular spot for fishing, surfing and swimming.
River Park Paintball provides an affordable, fun atmosphere with a friendly staff that welcomes players who are ready to compete against one another in a paintball fight. Birthday parties, private parties, and special events can also be booked.
Consisting of 50 acres, Beattie Park is a community park with amenities like a multipurpose grass field, lookout gazebo, forest preserve, and more. The park has varying levels of elevation, with views of Pacific Ocean visible from the some locations.
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2295 Purisima Road, Lompoc, CA 93436 MoreLess Info
The nearly 2,000-acre La Purisima State Historical Park is home to 25 miles of hiking trails, livestock and the eleventh of 21 Spanish Missions established in Alta California. The site recreates life during the 1820's, where the residents engaged in blacksmithing, candle making, farming and weaving.
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Jalama Road, Lompoc, CA 93436 MoreLess Info
Housed on a 300-acre ranch, the Return to Freedom, American Wild Horse Sanctuary is dedicated to preserving the freedom, diversity and habitat of wild horses. The sanctuary cares for over 400 horses.
Founded in 1964, the Lompoc Valley Historical Society is an organization with the mission to provide a repository for documents and historical artifacts of Lompoc Valley. The society manages the Carriage House and the Blacksmith Shop.
Established in 1969, the Lompoc Museum exhibits document the archeology and history of the Lompoc Valley and Santa Barbara County. Patrons can view vintage photos and relics. There is also 19th century furniture and clothing on display.