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Adventure City - 8 Reviews - 8041 Starr St, Stanton, CA - Amusement Parks Reviews - Phone (714) 236-9300
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Adventure City

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8041 Starr St
Stanton, CA 90680
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(714) 236-9300
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If you want a full day's worth of rides, games, treats and fun but don't want to spend $400 for a family of four, Adventure City is the place to be! With admission that hovers aro...

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with lots of little things to do for the little ones, this is a great place to spend the afternoon and watch your kids have a ball on all the little kiddie rides. It's everything...

Every once in awhile 2/28/2006

I guess Adventure City is worth the trip every once in awhile. If you are visiting California and think you might want to come here, along with Knotts and Disneyland, save your money. But if you live in the vicinity and want to try something a little cheaper and different (for the kids), then give it a shot. Adults and children are about $13. They have a few rides, an arcade, petting zoo, carousel and more. more

Adventure City 9/25/2005

My best friend hosted her son's birthday party at Adventure City and so I brought my daughter to go. This place is such a wonderful place for kids, they have so many rides and activities to choose from. They have about 10 rides for the kids and adults can ride along with their child. They also have a petting farm, arcades and shows in their theater. more

GOOOD FOOR TINY TOTS 8/18/2005

with lots of little things to do for the little ones, this is a great place to spend the afternoon and watch your kids have a ball on all the little kiddie rides. It's everything the county fair has foor your kiddies inccluding the sugar-coated sugar blobs. I went once with a couple of friends, but we didnn't have a great time (even thoughh we got in for free). So this is nnot the place for college students. But little kids,, yes. College students, no. I thinnk people thought we were perverts. Don't be a pervert, bring your kids. more

Great theme park for grade-school age 8/7/2005

This small amusement park is just down the street from Knott's Berry Farm, and is not very well known. It is a great alternative to the larger theme parks in the area if you have children still in elementary school. The rides and attractions cater to young children, and many parents are encouraged to sit alongside their kids. There is a petting zoo, arcade, small roller coaster, Thomas the Tank Engine/ Brio play area, and even a small train that traverses the tiny park. They are not open everyday, especially during the school year. Parking is not ideal, as the lot is shared by shops, but admission is only $12.95 per person, and there are sometimes discounts with your AAA card. more

Adventure City 8/5/2005

Adventure City is a great option for families with small children. All rides are geared to "little people" so your kids can ride to their hearts content. Although it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of some of the other Anaheim amusement parks it also is much more affordable and not so overwhelming. They also offer great services for children's birthday parties. more

This is a world class place. 8/2/2005

This park is designed for younger children teens & teenagers might find it boring. There are about 12 rides for kids to ride on (carnival type). There is also a Midway. Plenty of food carts around the park. The best thing they offer, is a great package for birthday parties. The staff clearly know what is expected in these parties, and have the routine down. Just reserve a party, and let them do all the work for you. The cost of a party, is comparable to other party places, but AC really make it worth it by keeping it stress free. more

Best Place for The Little Ones on a Smaller Budget! 7/31/2005

If you want a full day's worth of rides, games, treats and fun but don't want to spend $400 for a family of four, Adventure City is the place to be! With admission that hovers around $15 and a great, small scale array of kid-friendly roller coasters, rides, amusements and activities, you really can't beat Adventure City! It's all packed into a pretty small area- so at the end of the day, you aren't dog-tired and your feet won't be killing you! Yet the lines are usually small enough and the activities are plentiful enough that the kids can play all day and not get bored! This park is ideal for the 8 and under set, in my opinion- with most rides being suitable enough for 2 and up. There is one ride that is for older children (6+ ish?), but most rides can easily accomodate all preschool aged children. There is a nice petting zoo, live puppet/singing shows, an arcade, a train ride and they even host birthday parties or group events. The food is totally kid-friendly, affordably priced and there is a great little Thomas the Train area for play and lots of Thomas toys available for purchase. If you haven't been to Adventure City, you have to try it! more

Great little amusement park for tots not yet ready for the long lines at Disneyland 7/18/2005

This is a charming little amusement park for young children aged seven and under. The smaller scale amusement park rides give children a satisfying experience while allowing parents a more relaxed and less demanding pace than either Disneyland or Knott's Berry Farm can offer. Families can expect to spend a couple of hours here. The park has facilities for birthday parties. Tickets prices aren't prohibitive either. Parents may want to avoid the balloon ride that spins...it's nauseating. more
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