4 based on 33 reviews
Something Fun for Everyone! Miniature golf, go-karts, lazer tag, roller skating, batting cages, carnival rides, arcade, water slides, birthday parties, group events, and more! Family entertainment for all ages in the Inland Empire.
If u are in the area and would like to have fun, I think this is a good option. Especially if u get one of unlimited packages. This place has decent facilities This place has:
Laser tag arena
Miniature golf course 2
Also good for bday parties
Water park ( do not know if still open)
1)This a local amusement that has been open since I remember. Fun place with lots of options
2) it is no Disneyland or six flags, but would be fun place if you do do not expect 5 stars park It has its little problems, but owners seems to keep up the place as best as possible.cThey make renovations and maintain the place
3) Service is ok, decent. Young people sometimes lack all the customer service skills you may want or expect
4) prices are reasonable with several package options as well as individual prices.
26.99 Gets u unlimited go karts, amusement rides, mini-golf, rollerskating, and one laser tag for the day.
23.95 gets u Unlimited go karts, amusement rides & miniature golf.
10.95 gets you all day unlimited use of 2 miniature golf courses
7.95 one go cart race & 59.99 gets u 10 races
Did no see the price for batting cages
5) food is not the best. Guess comparable to fair food.
Overall kids,teens, and adults can have fun here. Just do not expect a 5 stars park
4.5 based on 321 reviews
I love Victoria Gardens. It is the best outside mall and it has everything you need: eateries, movies, shopping, and even ride-along trains for the kids. I love coming here; it’s always a treat. I’ve visited on a sunny day and enjoyed walking around and getting ice cream. And I’ve also come at night to enjoy dinner and evening shopping. It is definitely a thing to do in the area.
4 based on 334 reviews
My wife bought for me the Rusty Wallace Racing Experience last Christmas. I️ scheduled my drive for Veterans Day weekend 2017. It was great. When you arrive, the atmosphere is very relaxed. A 30-45 minute class about safety, track rules, and car & track dynamics starts the event. It goes by quickly so ask questions. You will be offered to “ride along” with a professional driver before you drive. They do not pressure or over sell this add on, but TAKE it! You will be faster and more comfortable in the car. You will also be paired to a car set to your height and size, so don’t get crazy if you Don’t get Dale JR’s car. Once at the car, you are treated like an adult. The team puts you in the car and sets up your communications before turning you over to your spotter. After that, it’s race time. On the track, it’s all you and the car. Your spotter keeps you safe by calling for passes and warning you of the pro drivers as they approach on the outside. If you paid for the ride along, you will hit the rev limiter on the car by the fourth lap... at least in my case. You will likely hit it every lap after. I️ have ridden dirt bikes, motorcycles, ATVs, and driven over 130 mph on the autobahn. But this is by far the best speed experience I️ have had yet!
5 based on 144 reviews
I have been going to the Redlands Bowl for over 18 years and it has become a rich family tradition. We go to the Summer Music Festival all summer long at the Bowl. Last summer I only missed one show and that's because it rained and I didn't want to go to the other venue. The entertainment is top-notch and would probably cost you anywhere from $25 to $50 in other venues. Oh yeah, did I mention the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival is free!? This makes it a perfect venue to take my family of seven.
Yes, it is free, though they do pass around a free will offering during intermission. Obviously, they also accept donations so please check out their website. Parking is at a premium, so you might want to go at least a half hour to an hour early and park just north of the bowl across the street from the post office. There is also parking in the old Redlands Mall parking lot, also north of the Bowl. For those with difficulty walking, they will let you get a little closer to park or be dropped off.
The seating is bench-style and there really are no bad seats, though you may want a blanket or pillow to soften the seat a bit. Some people choose to bring lawn chairs or blankets and sit on the sides or the very back. Many people bring food, and sometimes beer or wine. Drinking is not necessarily allowed (open container) but the crowd sort of polices itself and keeps the wine bottles on the down low. It's the worst kept secret.
Overall, it is great family fun in a safe environment. I hope to go for years and years. Here are a few of the shows we've seen over the years: Bollywood Spectacular, Rhythmic Circus, Riders in the Sky, Modern Gentlemen, Celtic Spring, Tarzan, Oklahoma, California Guitar Trio, The Voetberg Family Band, and much, much more!
5 based on 1 reviews
For generations, Green Acres Memorial Park & Mortuary has comforted families in our serene environment of immaculately manicured lawns and beautiful sculptures. For nearly 60 years, our commitment has remained unchanged and yet our funeral home and cemetery have always responded to the changing needs of the community. We take great pride in our personalized service and treat all families we have the privilege to serve with respect and compassion. We are proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of more than 1,800 funeral, cremation and cemetery service providers. When you choose a Dignity Memorial provider, you not only receive the compassionate care you expect from a locally operated establishment, but also the value you deserve from the largest and most trusted network of funeral, cremation and memorialization services. All of our services are designed to help our client families through one of the most personal and challenging stages of life. As a Dignity Memorial provider, we offer an array of unmatched services, including National Transferability of Prearranged Services, Bereavement Travel Services, a Compassion Helpline ® and much more. We understand losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult experience, and we are committed to helping our client families with compassionate, professional and personal service. Please contact us if you need immediate assistance, or if you would like more information about our services.
I am a pastor and have done numerous servces hthrough Green Acres. They are consistently good. Good care for the family, always.Thank you so much for the generous review, as it is much appreciated.
4 based on 205 reviews
We had seen the movie "The Founder" so thought it would be interesting to stop at the site of the original McDonald's. So many cool artifacts as well as many things borrowed from the museum to produce the movie. The majority of items are happy meal toys from various years and countries which is an interesting glimpse into pop culture. The museum is FREE which is very generous since it is privately run. Recommend for a quick stop if you are a McDonald's fan!
4 based on 75 reviews
Why we won’t be returning to Autoclub Speedway ever again.
Gillian, past president of the Speedway, listened to the concerns of the fans and responded immediately to any constructive criticism or complaints. Dave, the new president for the last 3 years, does not.
Every year that he has been president there has been been a noticeable decline in how the track is managed. Less venders, awful entertainment, poor customer service, staff that have obviously not been trained in the basics. Ask anyone a question and the answer will ALWAYS be “Ummmm, I not sure.” Without fail.
I’m pretty sure they didn’t sell out this year as they have in the past.
The fan zone entertainment has helped to overcome the boring races but this year there really wasn’t anything to do. The races were boring, the fan zone was boring. There were only a few driver’s merchandise trailers. So much less to do and so much less to look at:-(
The Monster Energy race began with 3 paratroopers (?) parachuting in with the flag but the announcers totally missed the event while they played taped interviews:-(
One of the vendors was giving away cigars but no one was policing the people smoking them deep in crowds of children.
The food was selection was dismal.
The band, Paradise City, really should have auditioned for the venue as they were awful.
The Dockdogs would have been entertaining had there been more dogs.
We didn’t even know the motocross was going on.
The garage tour was beyond a waste of time. Couldn’t hear anything that was said and they no longer allow you to try to get autographs for even wave to drivers.
It was just a sad and disappointing 3 days.
I think we’re going to make Phoenix our home track from now on. It’s only a few more miles and they seem to care a lot more about their fans experiences.
4 based on 5 reviews
I stopped by and found out a lot about Colton, CA. They has a great many displays of clothing including a lot of hats which you do not find in a lot of museums. Old sewing machines, utensils, furniture, games and items to make butter and all sorts of stuff. The town was once a railroad stop and items were displayed as well. The highlight was the Earp office display and a lot of history of Virgil Earp and the Earp family in Colton. I had no idea. They are only open Wed & Fri-1PM-4PM and Sat-11AM-2PM. It is located in the former Carnegie Public Library Building. Interesting info on that also. Say a lot of items that I remember growing up with or that my parents had. Worth seeing.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
We joined our large, extended family for a birthday celebratory Sunday Brunch at Sierra Lakes Golf Course. The food offering was excellent and the price was reasonable as brunches go. The table service, in terms of miscellaneous needs, was exceptional. The food was delicious, however, the breakfast potatoes were not fresh....seemed just warmed up as they we hard and chewy. Otherwise, a very good breakfast! The added dessert offerings were plentiful and various.
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