- TripBuzz found 1084 things to do with kids in or near Temple City, California, including 1076 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Los Angeles, Glendale, Whittier and Anaheim.
- From Temple City Park to Live Oak Park, the Temple City area offers 135 different types of family activities, including: Cultural Centers, Theaters, History Museums and Parks.
- Nestled in California's San Gabriel Valley is the city of Temple City. The city is culturally diverse with a majority of its population being of Eastern Asian descent. The most notable part of the city is what is known as the 'Bridal District'. A stretch of downtown that features many bridal shops. The city also hosts many festivals throughout the year including the Cameilla Festival and the Parish Fiesta.
With panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, Corral Canyon Park is a trail head that leads visitors through the Santa Monica Mountains. From the trail, visitors can view native plant life and animals like lizards.
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Mission Inn Ave & Indian Hill Road, Riverside, CA 92501 MoreLess Info
Well-maintained by the city, the Carlson Dog Park is completely fenced in so that dogs can freely run off their leashes. There is a separate area for small dogs and several pieces of agility equipment for structured play.
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15701 East Avenue M, Lancaster, CA 93535 MoreLess Info
The museum contains combined collections of Howard Arden Edwards (founder) and Grace Oliver (subsequent owner). Antelope Valley Indian Museumrepresents the Native American cultures of the western Indian Cultures
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4226 Valley Fair St, Simi Valley, CA 93063 MoreLess Info
The Skateboarding Hall of Fame and Museum is open 7 days a week and is free to the public. Visitors learn about the history of skateboarding through memorabilia and test their skills in the indoor skate park.
Accessible via the Santa Ana River Trail, Mount Rubidoux Trail is a 3-mile loop trail suitable for hiking and dog walking. The trail offers views of the city as well as access to Peace Tower and Friendship Bridge.
Skatelab welcomes skateboarders and BMXers to an indoor facility full of ramps, rails, and other skating obstacles. In addition to a skate park, the facility has a free skating history museum with over 5,000 skateboards to see.
Since 1960 Adams Motorsports Park has been offering an exhilarating race experience to visitors of Riverside. The company offers a selection of experiences, such as kart racing, drifting, pocket bikes, mini-moto, motorcycles or super moto racing.
One of the most famed hiking areas of Riverside, Mount Rubidoux Park offers sweeping views of the city from it's peak. Winding trails take visitors through rocky terrain and lush, grass lined curves to the white cross that sits a top the mountain.
Situated on 4.5 acres, Cherry Park features a basketball court and open turf areas suitable for picnics, sports and other recreational activities. The park also offers a children's playground, picnic tables, a paved walking path and barbeque grills.