Video games and Miniature golf are what Camelot has to offer, and each are offered well. There is a wide selection of video games available, ranging from the old arcade games (Tetris, Pacman, etc.) to the newer games (Soul Calibur II, Dance Dance Revolution, etc.) The arcade runs on a token system, the standard system now. There are also the ticket-earning games with the usual cheap toys available for (ticket) redemption.
The miniature golf is the main draw of the place, though. There are five courses, varying in difficulty from easy to dififcult each with its own set of quirky holes to putt through. It's an enjoyable time and can be a fun family pursuit, especially on normal Southern California days.
Also, (though this isn't encouraged), there's the extra challenge that can be added to a game of miniature golf by trying to hit one's ball onto the 91, which runs right past the place. I advise against it. Really.