You can get in to Castle Park for around $20, and it's a steal for what you're getting: Three family coasters, 4 heavily themed mini-golf courses, a large arcade, a unique darkride with a spiral lift, Flyers, an insane airtime inducing S&S Double Shot, unique theming, and creations made by Bud Hurlbut.
I highly suggest anyone who is in SoCal to check this park out, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Castle Amusement Park may not be that large, but it is a great park for its size. The park features a bunch of family rides, as well as a few that are more geared toward thrill seekers. It also has mini-golf and a large arcade. The park is both cheap and uncrowded, so it is a great stop for anyone in the area. If visiting in the off-season, be sure to check the park's calendar as the rides don't run every day.
This is a really good family fun center. Very large, and relatively cheap given the LA market. They had a lot of family friendly activities, and quite a few kid rides. It is a great place to hang out with a group of friends.
While not huge on the thrills, the park offers a wide range of activities such as carnival rides, four 18 hole championship Miniature Golf courses, and a large arcade in a lush setting at a reasonable price makes it a great place for families in Southern California who need a break from the bigger more expensive Parks in the area.
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