Fiesta Village

Fiesta Village, Colton: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Fiesta Village Reviews: 4/5

Fiesta Village
4
Game & Entertainment Centers
Monday
1:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday
1:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Sunday
1:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Something Fun for Everyone! Miniature golf, go-karts, lazer tag, roller skating, batting cages, carnival rides, arcade, water slides, birthday parties, group events, and more! Family entertainment for all ages in the Inland Empire.
Suggested duration
2-3 hours
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Debbie Stobaugh
Redlands, CA335 contributions
Fun playing miniature golf and arcade games
Dec 2019 • Family
My Granddaughter whom is 14 years old and I decided to go to Fiesta Village the day after Christmas. It had just stopped raining so we weren’t sure what was going to be open. Miniature golf and the arcade were the only things open, it was great because it was pretty empty. We actually the only ones on the course. We had so much fun because half the holes were under water. It was a fun day with laughs and special times. There were a number of games in the arcade that weren’t working, but maybe it was just that day. Ended up getting a dipped cone at Dairy Queen which is on their property. They also have Nickelodeon Pizza on their property.
Written December 29, 2019
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

independent1_noa
San Bernardino, CA279 contributions
Fun but busy and over priced
Mar 2019 • Family
It's fun for a small little place, but priced like if you were almost going to a theme park.
Recently went with my kiddos at the end of March. 1 ride was down. They also only had 1 person working the rides at first so you had to wait until everybody else wanted to ride the same thing. Golf courses were fun, needs a little maintenance. Also went this week with friends at night. Golf courses need to be more well lit at night.
For a local place, it's fun for little kids.
Written April 13, 2019
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Restaurants2
7 contributions
Anniversary
Jul 2018 • Family
We went for our anniversary, had family and friends for pizza, their pizzas are delicious. They also have a miniature golf course, we all had a good time.
Written December 11, 2018
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Darline C
Mesa, AZ33 contributions
Grandson's 10th Birthday
Feb 2018 • Family
We were in a group of 40 + guests which included Children and Adults. Our Hosts reserved a Party Room in the Arcade. Plenty of seating area and space for food service. The area was made personal by providing nice signs indicating, "This space is where we are celebrating the 10th Birthday for Caleb, our Birthday Boy!" The friendly staff members were very attentive and cheerfully responded to every request.
Everyone attending this event was free to roam the entire property and had access to every ride and activity in the Village. We utilized both of the Miniature Golf courses, the Roller Skating rink, all of the rides and the Arcade, including Laser Tag, Video games and more. Everyone had a great time. I'm sure we will return to this location many more times.
Written February 15, 2018
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Thank you Darline! We are so pleased you enjoyed your time with us. Our staff works hard to help each guest maximize their experience so we appreciate you acknowledging them and will pass your comments along. Look forward to seeing you again soon.
Written February 17, 2018
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

skabrnja
Los Angeles, CA10 contributions
Greatest amusement park ever!!!
Jul 2017 • Family
The staff is very friendly and takes your requests very seriously.The rides are very fun and entertaining and the go-carts are a blast!The other rides are also very fun and thrilling,like the ginormous slide that kept my kids entertained before moving on to other rides.Now the arcade my kids loved,they got so many tickets on their card that they got so many prizes including a lava lamp and some candy.The lazer tag also kept my kids saying they loved this place.I totally recommend this amusement park to other people and I loved my experience.
Written August 2, 2017
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Wow! Thank you so much for your kind review of your visit. I will relay your comments to all of our hard working staff. We look forward to seeing you and your kids again soon.
Written August 31, 2017
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Superchica2013
Glendora, CA25 contributions
Fun for Summer birthdays!!
Jun 2017 • Family
Took group of 10 preteens for birthday function. Did dry stuff first part of the day (Lazer tag, go carts, carnival rides, arcade, skate, miniature golf, batting cages) then kids changed into their swim suits and were ready to eat. While pizza and drinks were being set up, kids got a head start on the water slides as it was a hot day. Pizza was great and very filling. Cold drinks were good.
Helpful hints:
*have each kids bring a backpack if in a group, I strolled around with a cart to hold them all
*They allow a cooler for water to be brought in (good to keep kids hydrated)
*On hot days, do outside activities then go to arcade or lazer tag to cool down
*lounges near waterslides are great spots for parties
*Friday, best day of the week to go
*Only bad part is that there is no area for swimming, kids would have liked to stay in water loner & party host does not stay with you unless asked to do so I guess
Written June 26, 2017
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comento123
San Bernardino, CA77 contributions
Season passes
May 2017 • Family
My kids got season passes thru there school field trip. But they only include go-carts, water slides, and skating but you still have to pay for the rental skates. We have to come back and pick up there passes the next day, they did not print them out same day. Read all the find print on there coupons most of them are Monday true Thursday.
Written May 29, 2017
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Dear Comento, We are sorry that you felt that the terms of your passes were not clear enough. We hope your kids enjoyed the time they did spend on on our go-karts, water slides and skating? We do try to make our pass terms clear for our guests and will take your comments under advisement, and appreciate you taking the time to review us.
Written August 9, 2017
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John C
Highland, CA60 contributions
Unless You Have Nothing Better To Do, Like Arranging Your Sock Drawer
May 2017
Fiesta Village is one of several entertainment venues scattered around the Inland Empire. If you have an interest in old carnival rides, bating cages or driving a go-kart then this may be for you, but be advised there are some better options for miniature golf.

I visited Fiesta Village on Sunday evening around seven to play a round of miniature golf with my family, noting more. The parking lot was near capacity. I could see lots of folks milling about, enjoying the attractions.

We entered through a Dairy Queen, housed in one of the buildings facing the parking lot and decided that this was the only way into the attraction (at least that we could find - not like there was a sign or anything). Once inside, there was an overpowering smell, floors were filthy and the general condition of the restaurant was crying out for some care. Granted, I was seeing it after a full day of service, but there really didn’t seem to be a lot of concern for things other than taking and filing orders. In other words, if I had to guess, I would say that this facility was showing signs of being understaffed for the volume it was handling, or perhaps it was just being under-managed?

We exited out the other side of the building and found ourselves directly adjacent to a roller skating area, and some tired carnival rides that were not operating. The volume of the music being provided for the hand full of people skating was so loud, we found it necessary to yell at each other in order to be heard. We finally moved off to find the place that sold access to the two miniature golf courses.

An ‘arcade’ building near the rear of the facility advertised golf as one of the items you could purchase inside, so we worked our way through the chaos of video games etc. until we reached an area that was handling payment for guests intending on buying anything from an annual pass to popcorn. Lots of clutter and an obvious lack of routine maintenance throughout fit with the Dairy Queen we passed through earlier. Things just looked tired.

Golf was about twelve dollars to play eighteen holes, and since I rarely participate in this activity I have no idea how that compares with other places – I do know that for about eight more dollars I can play eighteen holes on a city course including a cart.

We managed to play about eight holes before the sunlight faded so much that we could no longer see what we were doing. That’s right, no lights. Well, there were a few anemic bulbs over a set of picnic tables, but nothing lighting the course well enough to be of use. I kept thinking that a timer had to trigger the number of lights on poles that we saw dotted around the course, but on further investigation we decided that the mercury vapor bulbs were burned out and no one bothered to replace them. I gave up playing but the rest of my family pressed on, my eyesight would not allow me to view the challenges at each hole well enough to enjoy playing.

I tried to call the office on my cell phone, but there was no answer. I finally walked backwards through the course an returned to where we purchased our round of golf, but no one could really do anything about the problem. It was then that I noticed the “no refunds” sign at the bottom of the golf prices. When I returned to my group, they were nearly finished with the course. Which was good, because a foul smell was making the last couple of holes unbearable – even if you couldn’t see them.

Fiesta Village has been active on this location for as many years as I can remember, well over twenty-five. I was disappointed to see that its general condition seemed to be in decline. Filthy concrete, trash, broken or missing odds and ends, fading paint were just a few of the things I noticed with out digging too deep. Lots of folks enjoy the batting cages and the go-karts etc., but expect to pay a healthy sum for mediocre enjoyment if you pay-as-you-go. And, stay off the miniature golf courses in the late afternoon. No lights and no refunds.

Written May 22, 2017
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Dear John, Thank you for your review. We are very sorry your mini-golf experience was not as expected. It sounds like you are a local resident, so our hope is that we can get you back and make it up to you? We understand your lack of satisfaction with the miniature golf attraction, lack of lighting and the no refund policy. The Golf Course does have many ground and overhead lights present that are activated at dusk. We apologize if there was a delay in these lights warming up as the sun was going down and have reviewed the timers and procedures for the night lighting activation thanks to your comments. Our management team does strive to be available to all our guests for feedback during visits and although our policy is no refunds, we always listen, and would have welcomed your concerns while you were at the Park. Customer service is our highest priority and we would have done our best to take care of you during your visit. As for the condition of the Park, upgrades to Attractions, Landscaping and Maintenance are routinely performed and we will use your observations to assist in creating a welcoming experience. We have made concerted efforts to keep the attractions well maintained, to which we have received numerous positive comments from long standing guests on a regular basis as our Trip Advisor account confirms. We hope on your next visit you will see a reflection of these efforts. If you are interested in re-visiting with mini-golf passes for your family, please contact us at info@fiestavillage.com
Written August 9, 2017
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Gale O
Colton, California, United States33 contributions
Fun for the whole family
Aug 2016 • Family
This is a small amusement park as well as the best pizza restaurant all around. Out side has many games and sports for kids even miniature golf. Grounds are enclosed and safe for children. If you wish you may have your pizza outside on an open patio.I am very partial to this place having the owners friends of mine.Friendly staff ANY kind of pizza you desire.
Written September 20, 2016
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David A
6 contributions
Bad Day at the Fun Park
Jul 2016 • Couples
My wife and I decided to take a few hours and enjoy Fiesta Village recently. It was a hot day and we decided not to do our usual activity which was miniature golf. Instead we decided to hit the batting cages. We purchased a card and charged it with around $20 and headed to the cage. We went to the softball side and tried one of the slow pitch machines. The machine deducted our money but no balls ever came out. We went to the next one, and after two balls (several minutes apart) no more pitches came out either. I used the 'call box' to ask for help and no response. Finally while walking back to the main counter where we got our helmets, we saw a worker and explained the situation. He went and looked and discovered that several of the ball 'feed' tubes had come off their mounts and the balls were just dropping before they got to the pitch machine. I explained the situation to the front desk and the worker we talked to also came with us to tell them our claim was legitimate. Even then the lady at the counter had to make several calls to approve putting credit back on our card. It was a bad experience for us and we will likely stick to mini golf in the future.
Written August 10, 2016
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