- TripBuzz found 288 things to do with kids in or near Sacramento, California, including 259 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Folsom, Davis, Elk Grove and Carmichael.
- From Fairytale Town to Funderland, the Sacramento area offers 88 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Parks, Bowling and Amusement Parks (Kids).
- Located in California's expansive Central Valley is the states capital city of Sacramento. A thriving metropolis, the city is home to many industries including commercial and retail business, residential, agricultural and tourism. The most popular points of interest include it's scenic skyline, diverse neighborhoods, arts and theatre scene and extensive dining options.
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Enjoy 90 minutes of bowling for six people, with shoes included and a $50 arcade card that can be used across many visits
For your child's next birthday or just a day out with the little ones, check out Funderland. Featuring nine child-sized rides including roller coasters, crazy cups, and a log run, your kids will want to keep coming back for more.
The prominent Sacramento Zoo is one of California's largest and most diverse zoos. It features domestic and exotic animals, including many extremely rare, endangered species on the brink of extinction. The Sacramento Zoo welcomes large an small groups and is open throughout the year.
Beach Lake Stables is a great place to have an all-round riding experience complete with hands on training and instructions under the supervision of an experienced rider. They charge decent prices and the place, with its three riding arenas and multiple trails, is well-maintained and clean.
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Country Club Lanes is a large venue offering bowling and laser tag. They sometimes have deals, such as $10 for all-you-can-bowl.
Treat your family to a day of splash and dash at Raging Waters, Sacramento's largest water park. Slip and slide down the multiple tubes, the extreme body slides, and wave pool, while the little ones enjoy the splash pools.
Open all year round, the California State Railroad Museum offers you the chance to learn about the history of the railroad. You can take rides on engines, explore a variety of exhibits and enjoy a multitude of events.
Sacramento's American River Bicycle Trail is a cyclist's dream. The 32-mile paved route stretches from Sacramento to Folsom, and is popular with recreational bikers and commuters. The trail is scrupulously maintained and free of gaping potholes, cracks and other faults.