Conveniently located across from the Sacramento Zoo, Funderland is an amusement park designed for kids 12 and under. Popular ... More
Conveniently located across from the Sacramento Zoo, Funderland is an amusement park designed for kids 12 and under. Popular rides include the Tea Cups, the Dragon Coaster, the Airplanes, and the Funderland train. There is also a carousel and old-fashioned bumper cars. Admission is free, but there are tickets for the rides. Private party rentals are also available, and the place features an on-site snack bar too.
I took my 3 children to Funderland, ages 11, 9, and 2. I went with a negative feeling thinking we would be in and out in about 1/2hr, but decided we'd try it out as we just moved to the area. All 3 of my children had a blast! Yes, the rides are designed for the younger crowd, but some of the rides have weight restrictions. I was happy to have my older children there to ride with my 2yr old. I even took my 2yr old back after a trip to the zoo this week, and she cried because she didn't want to leave! Such a small place but so fun for the kids. So much better than other high priced amusement parks!
The park is not only cute, but a perfect place for our 4 kids. It is surprisingly affordable too. They do not charge admission to enter so you only end up paying for which rides your kids actually ride. There is a little snack bar too if you get hungry. Very cute, very fun, very affordable!!!
We have 2 year old twins, and they had a blast in the park. They were able to ride all games. Personnel were all friendly. We also visit the zoo which is across the street, so it was a perfect day for them.
40 years ago my parents took me to funderland, and as a child I loved it. 15 years ago, I took my first child to Funderland, and he loved it, and at that time, I fell MADLY in love with the place again because of the changes they have made -- it's quaint, clean, secure -- simply BEAUTIFUL! This year I'll be taking my 5-year old to Funderland for the first time, and I know he will become just as attached to the place as the rest of the family. Anyone visiting William Land Park must not miss Funderland along with the Zoo and Fairytale Town.
I loved everything....the atmosphere...the value....the rides...and every little detail also it;s great for the whole family...so bring your wallets and family to havce a terrific, wonderful, and enjoyable time of your life!!!!!!!
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