Elk Grove is already known for its great neighborhoods, parks and high-performing schools.
With its focus on family, it’s no wonder it also offers some amazing places for the kids to play.
Here are 6 fun places to take the kids in Elk grove:
Rockin’ Jump combines exercise and fun with its ultimate indoor trampoline park!
If you want to get the blood flowing in a healthy and fun way, leap on over to this place today.
This is not your grandpa’s trampoline, either. The open jump areas are prefect for every kind of flip and somersault, dodgeball and other trampoline activities such as the slam dunk zone.
Rockin’ Jump also prides itself in being an alternate to traditional birthday parties and family get-togethers.
Rockin’ Saturdays is open to all ages and allows friends to compete with one another.
Pins N Strikes
Take the kids for a night out of bowling – just like you did when you were a kid.
Pins N Strikes is more than just a bowling alley; it’s a complete family entertainment center with food, games and bowling – perfect for your next birthday party or family event.
It has been voted one of the best bowling centers in Sacramento.
It features 44 bowling lanes, a state-of-the-art scoring system, sound and lighting system. If the kids are not quite ready for knocking down pins, they can knock down villains and jump shots in the play area, which features 100 arcade games.
Morse Community Park
Go on your next family adventure at Morse Community Park!
There is no shortage of things to do.
Here’s are the options: large play area with spray ground, picnic area, full basketball court, Cal Ripken baseball fields, soccer field, dog park, jogging trail, adult fitness areas, bocce ball court, horseshoes, skate elements, open-grassed areas and a concession building.
Escape the day-to-day of indoor activities, homework and the Internet at this amazing family-centric park. Learn more about Morse Community Park here.
Wackford Aquatic Complex
Need instant relief for summer’s heat? The Wackford Aquatic Complex is the place to do just that.
This is not an ordinary swim complex. It’s more than just pools.
The park offers something for every age!
Here are three main attractions:
- Splash Island: Shallow water wading pool (less than two feet) with interactive splash playground designed with the younger guests in mind.
- Adventure Bay: Shallow-water pool (less than five feet) with a beach style entry.
- Deep Xtreme: This one is for the experienced water adventurer. It is a deep-water pool (more than seven feet) with an inflatable obstacle course, Double Trouble, as well as low- and high-diving boards.
After burning all those calories, you and your family can enjoy the Aqua Café!
Laguna Creek Trail
Northern California is known for its beautiful hiking and biking trail systems – Elk Grove is no exception.
The Laguna Creek Trail sprawls across the region and takes wonderers from a trailhead and equestrian starting area on Water Road to parks, neighborhoods and nearby shopping areas if you need a little break.
Elk Grove is lush with perennial marsh land and tall stands of vegetation like tules, cattails, nutsedge, smartweed and non-native grasses, too. The ecosystem supports a population of small mammals like meadow vole, gopher, jackrabbit, red-tail hawk, white-tailed kite, Swanison’s hawk, coyote and gopher snake.
School of Rock
Get some musical education at the School of Rock!
This learning center allows children to rock out in their own way.
School of Rock Elk Grove offers a finely tuned combination of instructors, instruments and in-depth programs that will get your kids strummin’, drummin’, playin’ and singin’.
The center’s philosophy is that students can thrive in a band or as a solo act. The performance-based approached amps up students and boosts their musical education, confidence and promotes stronger social bonds.