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Inland Empire Amusement Parks

Inland Empire Amusement Parks Overview

Inland Empire

Amusement Parks in the California Inland Empire include Castle Park, Scandia and Boomers. Some concentrate on thrill rides, while others are more of a theme park. Many of them also feature water parks. Below we've listed all that can be found in the Inland Empire region.

Inland Empire

Castle Park

Castle Park is located off the 91 Freeway in Riverside. This is a smaller theme park with a lot packed into a small area. Park includes an arcade, mini-golf courses, roller coasters, bumper cars, log ride, train ride and several carnival-style rides. There are four 18-hole mini-golf courses with waterfalls, rapids, fountains and challenging buildings throughout. Food options include The Big Top Restaurant, Plaza café and snack bar.

Castle Park
3500 Polk Street
Riverside, California 92505
(951) 785-3000

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Boomers is located off Interstate 10 at the Mountain Avenue exit. This small-scale amusement park features an arcade, mini-golf, go karts, bumper boats, batting cages, a rock wall, thrill rides and more. On-site café serves up favorites like pizza, fried chicken, pasta and salads.

Boomers! Upland
1500 W. 7th. Street
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 946-9555

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Scandia is located off Interstate 15 at the Jurupa Street exit. This small-scale theme park features an arcade, mini-golf, batting cages, go karts and Scandinavian-themed thrill rides including roller coasters and other carnival-style rides. Two restaurants serve up everything from appetizers and snack food to full meals.

Scandia Ontario
1155 S. Wanamaker Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 390-3092

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