Boomers! Parks

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The official logo for Boomers! Parks

Boomers! Parks is a chain of family entertainment centers which feature indoor activities such as carousels, kiddie swings, restaurants, musical shows, and amusement arcades, and outdoor activities such as miniature golf, kiddie rides, bumper boats, batting cages, go-karts, kiddie roller coasters, laser tag, and in the case of the Dania Beach, Florida location, a wooden roller coaster called the Dania Beach Hurricane. 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 Boomers! Parks is "Where Family Fun Rules!".

Park locations[edit]


  • Boomers! El Cajon (formerly El Cajon Family Fun Center)
  • Boomers! Fountain Valley (formerly Fountain Valley Family Fun Center)
  • Boomers! Fresno (formerly Camelot Park)
  • Boomers! Irvine (formerly Palace Park)
  • Boomers! Livermore (formerly Camelot Park)
  • Boomers! Modesto (formerly Camelot Park)
  • Boomers! Palm Springs (formerly Camelot Park)
  • Boomers! San Diego (formerly San Diego Family Fun Center)
  • Boomers! Santa Maria (formerly Camelot Park)
  • Boomers! Upland (formerly Upland Family Fun Center)
  • Boomers! Vista (formerly Vista Family Fun Center)


  • Boomers! Boca Raton (The first Boomers!)
  • Boomers! Dania Beach (formerly Grand Prix Race-O-Rama) (Closed 2015)

New York[edit]

  • Boomers! Medford (formerly Bullwinkle's Family Food 'n Fun Park)

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