- TripBuzz found 65 things to do with kids in or near Oakdale, California, including 50 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Modesto, Manteca and Turlock.
- From SpecOps Live Play to Gold Country Sport Fishing, the Oakdale area offers 57 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Specialty Museums, Family Fun Center and Camping Site.
- Touted as the 'Cowboy Capital of the World', the city of Oakdale is located in California's Central Valley. A thriving agricultural area, the city is home to various fields and orchards, as well as a large residential and tourist community. Visitors can enjoy its close proximity to major city attractions, as well as the Oakdale Cowboy Museum and the Sierra Dinner Train.
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Shady Lawn Ranch, 9954 Cleveland Avenue, Oakdale, CA 95361 MoreLess Info
SpecOps Live Play is a recreational laser tag facility that features laser tag, archery tag, and bubble sports programs. The facility is available to be rented for private birthday parties and corporate events.
Gold Country Sport Fishing offers fishing expeditions on the many lakes of California's Gold Country. The have a 24 foot boat that can accommodate up to six anglers with plenty of fishing equipment aboard. A California fishing license is required.
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2113 East F Street, Suite #1, Oakdale, CA 95361 MoreLess Info
Namaste Rafting Adventures provides the world by river and adds yoga to the journey on sandy beaches. They partner with rafting outfitters, experienced river guides, yoga instructors, talented musicians and gifted bodyworkers to connect the yoga and outdoor communities.
The Richard Walton Memorial Park is a recreational park that features a concession stand, a covered pavilion, kitchen facilities, a skate park, and a skating rink. The park also has a playground and a softball complex.
With direct access to Stanislaus River, Oakdale Recreation Area provides visitors with an area to fish, canoe, or simply take in the scenic views from. Among the fish that can be caught in the river are strippers and black bass.