|Industry||Family entertainment centers|
Number of locations
Apex Parks Group
Boomers! Parks is a chain of family entertainment centers which feature indoor activities such as carousels, kiddie swings, restaurants, musical shows, and video game arcades, and outdoor activities such as miniature golf, kiddie rides, bumper boats, batting cages, go-karts, kiddie roller coasters, and laser tag. The Modesto, Irvine, and San Diego locations each have a ride called the Flamethrower.
The Boomers! Parks brand is a DBA name adopted in 2001 by the Palace Entertainment chain, which was founded in 1998 through the merger of Camelot Parks, Palace Park, Boomers!, Grand Prix Race-O-Rama, and Family Fun Center. The official slogan of Palace Entertainment owned Boomers! Parks is "Where Family Fun Rules!".
In September 2014, Apex Parks Group purchased 10 Boomers locations from Palace Entertainment. In 2015, Apex Parks Group rebranded one of the last Mountasia Family Fun Centers to a Boomers; thus making 11 total Boomers parks owned by Apex.
|Boomers! Boca Raton||Boca Raton, Florida||N/A||Apex Parks Group||The first Boomers! park.|
|Boomers! El Cajon||El Cajon, California||El Cajon Family Fun Center|
|Boomers! Fountain Valley||Fountain Valley, California||Fountain Valley Family Fun Center|
|Boomers! Houston||Houston, Texas||Mountasia|
|Boomers! Irvine||Irvine, California||Palace Park|
|Boomers! Livermore||Livermore, California||Camelot Park|
|Boomers! Medford||Medford, New York||Bullwinkle's Family Food 'n Fun Park||Palace Entertainment|
|Boomers! Modesto||Modesto, California||Camelot Park||Apex Parks Group|
|Boomers! Palm Springs||Palm Springs, California||Camelot Park||Palace Entertainment|
|Boomers! San Diego||San Diego, California||San Diego Family Fun Center||Apex Parks Group|
|Boomers! Santa Maria||Santa Maria, California||Camelot Park|
|Boomers! Upland||Upland, California||Upland Family Fun Center|
|Boomers! Vista||Vista, California||Vista Family Fun Center||Palace Entertainment|
|Boomers! Dania Beach||Dania Beach, Florida||N/A||Palace Entertainment||Located next to the Dania Beach Hurricane; Both attractions closed for a new shopping plaza.|
|Boomers! Fresno||Fresno, California||Camelot Park||Apex Parks Group||Closed September 4, 2017.|
- "Palace Entertainment sells 14 entertainment centers and water park". Los Angeles Times. September 18, 2014. Retrieved August 10, 2017.
- "Boomers! Park in Fresno Announces It Will Close After Labor Day". The Business Journal. July 28, 2017. Retrieved August 10, 2017.