- TripBuzz found 72 things to do with kids in or near Modesto, California, including 51 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manteca, Oakdale, Turlock and Tracy.
- From John Thurman Field to Modesto Nuts, the Modesto area offers 64 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Bowling, Parks and Rock Climbing.
- Located in central California is the large farm community of Modesto. Though agricultural makes up the largest part of the cities landscape, producing milk, almonds, chickens, walnuts, and corn, the area also offers tourists a unique experience through its many attractions. Various historical mansions, museums and art centers are present throughout the city.
A minor league baseball team, the Modesto Nuts are an Advanced Class A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. The team plays its home games at John Thurman Field which provides seating for 4,000 along with a grass playing surface.
A bowling center with synthetic lanes, Yosemite Lanes hosts open and league bowling along with private events and parties. The center features a grill with food and drinks, a lounge with adult beverages, arcade games and a pro shop.
A pizza parlor and indoor amusement facility, John's Incredible Pizza Company has an extensive arcade with more than 100 video and redemption games. The restaurant also features amusement park-style rides, and serves a variety of pizzas.
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Funworks Family Fun Company is an amusement complex aimed at providing fun and entertaining activities and facilities to its guests. Bumper cars, mini-golf, go-kart racing, and a large game arcade are among the many attractions to enjoy.
The refurbished State Theater hosts classic and contemporary films for movie buffs of all ages. A newly installed, 22-speaker Dolby surround-sound system enhances digital film screenings for a high-quality viewing experience.
Yosemite National Park is nearly 1,200 square miles of waterfalls, deep valleys, grand meadows, ancient giant sequoias and vast wilderness. It is also home to diverse wildlife like foxes, bobcats, bats, mule deer and black bears.
Located within a historic 1912 library, the McHenry Museum is a museum that displays the history of the local area. The museum is filled with numerous artifacts, exhibits, and artwork that tell the story of past years in the area.