- TripBuzz found 182 things to do with kids in or near Murrieta, California, including 168 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hemet, San Clemente, Perris and Fallbrook.
- From Cartwheels Gymnastics Center to Aerosports Trampoline Parks, the Murrieta area offers 119 different types of family activities, including: Sports Facilities/Fields, Bowling, Mini Golf and Playgrounds.
- Located near the southern California wine country of Temecula is Murrieta. The city offers family-friendly residential living, high end shopping and a diverse selection of dining options to locals and visitors to the area. Although golf is the most popular attraction within city limits, most tourists stay within the city to venture out to nearby wineries.
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26305 Jefferson Ave, Ste G, Murrieta, CA 92562 MoreLess Info
With a pride in the motivational environment they've created, Cartwheels Gymnastics Center teaches from basic motor skill development to the elite competitive classes. With a tumbling and trampoline team, cheer classes, and day camps, every child has a place.
An entertainment center, Aerosports Trampoline Parks offers trampoline-related activities including dodgeball, basketball, foam pits, open jumping and fitness classes. The center also provides party rooms, arcade games, a bounce house and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Visitors can enjoy a bowling center with 40 lanes and widescreen scoring monitors at Brunswick Cal Oaks Bowl. The bowling alley also has a pro shop, 2 billiard tables, a snack bar, video games, and a lounge.
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Corner of Murrieta Hot Springs Rd & Whitewood Road, Murrieta, CA 92562 MoreLess Info
Firefighters Park offers a variety of recreational activities including two half basketball courts that are slanted. There is a sand volleyball court, an open field that is often used for pee-wee football and freeze-tag along with a mini-water park.
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28251 Clinton Keith Road, Murrieta, CA 92563 MoreLess Info
At Bronco Kids Wrestling Club, visitors can watch students compete at wrestling tournaments. The club is run by experienced coaches that teach students the basics of wrestling, including defensive and offensive strategy.
Reading Cinemas is a 17 screen movie theater that features stadium seating and shows classic films on Thursday nights. They also show older films on select Sundays and will solicit requests form the audience for their classic film schedule.
Copper Canyon Park spans nearly nine acres of outdoor recreation that can be accessed by the public. Along with open grass play areas, the park features picnic tables, a combination bike path and walking trail, unlit softball field, and playground equipment.
The Los Alamos Hills Sports Park provides large areas and fields for visitors to view and play sports in. Facilities at the site include football fields, soccer fields, baseball fields, and a playground.