We live 2hrs away from Sacramento and find that this is the best amusement park for our little boys!
First off I should tell about the restrooms (outside of the Funderland Park Gate) - absolutely disgusting! The restrooms were so filthy and they do not have toilet seat covers or even soap dispensers, so I suggest you bring LOTS of hand sanitizer! Other than that it was a Great place to take the toddlers and younger kids. You CAN... More
A little background. My wife and I brought our kids (7 & 3) to this location the last weekend in March 2013. Parking is free if you could find a stall somewhere around the William Land Park area which encompasses the Sacramento Zoo, Fairytale Town, and a Municiple golf course. Parking can get tight. As for this attraction/location, Funderland delivers... More
Located in beautiful land park - this is the perfect spot for Nana & Papa to take the kids. The rides are clean, the lines manageable in a compact area. Some of the rides are a little tight for the adults - but worth the memories. Only :( - bathrooms!
This is a very small amusement park in close proximity to the Zoo and Fairytale town. As an excursion on its own I wouldn't recommend it. You can easily ride all the rides in under an hour and each time we have gone not all rides were operational. The rides are geared towards young children, 4 and under and some... More
This is a great inexpensive way to spend an afternoon with the little ones. They have several rides to choose from, and some mild for those not with a strong sense of adventure. The Dragon roller coaster while small in comparison to other parks, is fun for all ages, and you get three laps around the track. The carousel is... More
Funderland is a fun distraction for young kids, but frankly a bit expensive, especially when you consider both the Zoo and Fairytale Town across the streets. Both provide entertainment along with exercise. Buy memberships for the best deal and support a couple of great nonprofits!
I took my 28 year old daughter here when she was a little kid and she had a ball. The small rides are so nice for the little ones. She had her first pony ride here, as well, It's a small enough venue that it's not overwhelming for little ones.
This is an awesome community amusement part, The season pass is very affordable. It is primarily aimed at younger children, I suspect anyone 3rd grade or higher, will not be enthused with this park. The rides are all fun, and close together, It is rarely to crowded to be enjoyable. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is... More
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