Called one of the best places in California to raise a family, Concord is a peaceful community for all-ages. Kick off a summer of fun at the Adventure Day Camp, get spooky and sporty at Ghost Golf, splash at Waterworld, and play with children of all ... see more »
Called one of the best places in California to raise a family, Concord is a peaceful community for all-ages. Kick off a summer of fun at the Adventure Day Camp, get spooky and sporty at Ghost Golf, splash at Waterworld, and play with children of all abilities at Matteo's Dream. Browse through our online directory of summer camps in Concord, CA to find the best camp for your child.
The Adventure Day Camp is a traditional day camp that provides just the amount of enjoyment for any child. A wide variety of activities are available for kids to burn their energy off, including tag games, relay races, horseback riding, gardening, nature hikes and crafts, archery and mountain biking! Find out more about this action-packed camp by visiting their website.
Have some creepy fun with your kids at Ghost Golf, a miniature golf course set in a haunted graveyard. There are eighteen holes to play and each has a scary surprise featuring special effects and animatronics. Parties can be reserved and include pizza, soda, and tokens for the mummy shooting gallery. This is a perfect destination for a blustery, autumn day or for any day of the year.
Beat the heat at one of the best water parks in California, Waterworld. The wave pool is calm, yet exciting enough for your whole family to enjoy, and the lazy river is best for relaxing and reveling in each other's company. Kids can go crazy on the "sprayground" with tipping buckets, water guns, waterfalls, and water-powered see-saws. Adults and older kids may want to try the six-story water slide, but can opt out for the tamer family raft ride.
Make dreams a reality at Matteo's Dream, a playground where children can play, no matter if they can't walk, see, or hear. Conceived by Matteo and his mother, the dream is to have them play and integrate with children who have these abilities. There are textured slides, a treehouse, and a rocking boat that are all wheelchair accessible. Kids can get to know each other sliding through tunnels and pushing each other on swings with safety features. Not only fun for all kids, but eye-opening for children who may not know others with disabilities.
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