- TripBuzz found 266 things to do with kids in or near Fair Oaks, California, including 246 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Sacramento, Folsom, Elk Grove and Carmichael.
- From Shadow Glen Family Stables to U Pick Pumpkin Patch, the Fair Oaks area offers 83 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Rafting, Children's Entertainment and Other Entertainment.
- Home to the annual Chicken Festival that celebrates the chickens that roam free throughout the city, the city of Fair Oaks takes travelers back to a simpler time in Northern California. The setting for many Hollywood films, the city features natural beauty, awe-inspiring bluffs, bridge covered rivers and abundant wildlife.
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461 Burgen Blvd. Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, CA 94535 MoreLess Info
At the Travis Air Base Museum, tourists can view the site's 35 aircrafts or its military exhibits. The location, which offers picnic areas for families to use, also sells souvenirs at its gift shop.
NAME CHANGE: Travis Air Force Base Heritage Center is dedicated to preserving the heritage of the Air Force and the history of Travis Air Force Base. It features indoor and outdoor exhibits with a variety of aircraft and artifacts for all ages.
The Walter Graham Aquatic Center is an aquatics facility that features two 35-ft waterslides, a children's activity area, and two low diving boards. The center also has 25-yd lap lanes with diving blocks.
Western Rainway Museum preserves historic and retired streetcars and electric trains while also offering a small artifact and document exhibit. A living history museum, visitors enjoy a ride aboard one of these beautifully restored locomotives.
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4105 N Wilson Way, Stockton, CA 95205 MoreLess Info
The Rusty Wallace Racing Experience - Stockton 99 Speedway features a ¼ mile short oval track with a 5,000-seat capacity. The location not only hosts races, but also offers visitors the chance to ride in a race car.
At Travis Air Force Base, visitors can attend air shows to watch pilots from The Thunderbirds pull tricks and maneuvers with their planes. Visitors can also explore the aerial museum to learn about the history of airplanes.