Children’s Wonderland is a cute, clean, huge (but gated!) park in Vallejo. Enter through the guarded gates to find green grassy hills with little themed playgrounds situated on the outskirts – dig for dinosaur bones, ride atop a firetruck, sit in Cinderella’s carriage, spin a tea pot, or row a boat. Let your imagination run wild.
The park is big, so don’t expect to sit down one place and watch your kids – you’ll likely be running around with them. Bring hats, it’s hot in Vallejo. There are a few large trees with shade, but many of the benches are not shaded. There’s also picnic tables and restrooms – themed Queens and Kings appropriately.
Plan your visit to Children’s Wonderland in Vallejo
Admission to the park is $2/person. Free for under 2. Cash only.
Hours to the park change seasonally – be sure to check their website before you make the trip out.
Current hours, through September: Wednesdays – Monday (Closed Tuesdays) from 11:00am to 4:30pm.
After you’re done playing, and nice and hot, head up the street to Liled’s Candy Kitchen – the cutest old time ice cream and candy parlor you ever did see. Choose from homemade chocolates, peanut brittle, and of course ice cream. Yum.
Children’s Wonderland is located at 360 Glenn Street, Vallejo.
Liled’s Candy Kitchen is located at 1318 Tennessee Street, Vallejo. Closed Sundays.
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