There are plenty of fun places for kids of all ages to enjoy in Anaheim. Although the city is known mostly known for Disneyland, there are other fun, kid-friendly places that parents can go to with their kids in Anaheim. However, just because everyone already knows about it doesn’t mean the one and only Disneyland can be excluded from the number one spot on the list.
1313 Disneyland Drive
Anaheim, CA 92802
Disneyland is commonly known as the happiest place on Earth. But it is also quickly becoming the geekiest place on Earth, which just makes it all the more fun. With the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” a whole new batch of young Star Wars fans have been born. Because Disney is now the owner of all things “Star Wars,” Disneyland has brought the “Star Wars” universe to life. Kids can ride Star Tours, receive Jedi training, and enjoy other Star Wars related activities at the theme park.
1238 S. Beach Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92804
For those who don’t want to pay for admission to Disneyland, Adventure City is a smaller, more affordable amusement park. The cost is only $16.95 per person and you don’t have to pay for parking. What’s good about Adventure City is that it’s also in Hobby City. Hobby City is a curiosity because it is geared towards collectors. When you’re finished having fun at Adventure City, you can walk around Hobby City and look at rare coins, dolls and other obscure items.
Seascape Kids Fun
4771 E. Hunter Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92807
Seascape Kids Fun is an ultimate playground facility for active children. It is a three-story arena filled with giant slides and thirteen air guns (mounted and swiveling) that shoot foam balls. The arena is available for open play, but sometimes the play area is booked for a private party. In order to see when their open play times are, you can check their open play calendar or call them.
Rock City Climbing
5100 E. La Palma Ave., Suite 108
Anaheim, CA 92807
This facility states clearly on its website, “We are not just a gym, but a community of climbers.” This is a family-oriented climbing facility that caters to both first time climbers and the highly experienced. They offer bouldering, top roping and lead climbing. They also have a youth climbing team for kids between the ages of 10-17 years old. Kids can participate either as recreational climber or competitively.
3200 E. Carpenter Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92806
Miniature golf is one of those things an entire family can enjoy together. Of course, kids enjoy diversity, and some just don’t enjoy golfing very much. For the kids who would rather sit out the golfing part, there are arcade games, bumper boats, laser tag, go karts and water slides at Camelot Golfland. When there is a large group of kids, this makes it easier for the kids to break off and enjoy different aspects of the park with whomever they like.