- 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.
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Westward Beach Drive and Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA MoreLess Info
Westward Beach is popular with surfers who often find one of the heaviest beach breaks here in the Southern California area. The beach is also popular for swimming, surfing, whale watching, scuba diving and fishing.
The Santa Ana River Trail takes visitors from the height of the mountains to the Pacific Ocean shoreline. This scenic, 110-mile trail is favored for biking and horseback riding and features breathtaking views of urban parks, meadows peppered with cottonwood trees, the San Bernardino mountains and the ocean.
Point Dume Nature Preserve begins as a trail and ascends to a coastal bluff sand dune that offers views of the bay, coast, mountains and islands. A viewing platform and beach are accessible via a boardwalk and stairway respectively.
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137 Strathearn Pl, Simi Valley, CA 93065 MoreLess Info
Visitors to Strathearn Historical Park and Museum, Simi Valley, may enjoy tours of its historic buildings and exhibits. These represent the history of the peoples of the valley - Chumash Indians, Spaniards, and pioneers. Year round special events.
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299 W. Orange Show Road, San Bernardino, CA 92408 MoreLess Info
AMF Arrowhead Lanes offers 32 lanes of bowling as well as a separate bar and grill area complete with flat-screen televisions. The facility is available for parties and groups and hosts regular bowling leagues.
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3290 Lang Ranch Parkway, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 MoreLess Info
The Chumash Indian Museum displays the long history of the Chumash Indian tribe. Visitors can see several exhibits and hear stories about of the Chumash, as well as hike a long trail that leads through a recreated tribal village.
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556 Lake Park Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065 MoreLess Info
Rancho Madera Community Park is a park featuring a variety of recreational amenities, including a full size amphitheater. Attractions include a basketball court, baseball diamond, playground, tennis court, soccer field, hiking trail, and three picnic pavilions.
With white sands and a view of the Pacific Ocean, Victoria Beach has facilities for visitors to play volleyball, skim board, body surf, and fish. Located on the beach is a historic Victorian turret for beach goers to visit.
Two separate zipline courses are offered at Skull Canyon Zipline which is spread over 160 acres. One course is aimed at those with no or little experience while the other is for visitors wanting a more extreme adventure.