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Visit California’s Great America!

Posted by on August 6, 2014

Disclosure: Working in partnership with US Family Guide and California Great America. 

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California’s Great America is the Bay Area’s most exciting theme park and the best choice for world-class family fun and entertainment! Thrill seekers shoot down Gold Striker, the tallest and fastest wooden roller coaster in Northern California with the longest initial descent tunnel on any coaster. Aerial Ice Extreme (as seen on Season 8 of America’s Got Talent) is a brand-new, high-energy, aerial, stunt and ice show with an incredible cast of ice skaters and acrobat gymnasts! California’s Great America is the only theme park in California to offer a complete water park inside – free with park admission, Boomerang Bay. In fall, Great America transforms into the ultimate Halloween extravaganza featuring 8 mazes, ghoulish monsters, 3 scare zones and shows. The 100-acre theme park is located on Great America Parkway between highways 101 and 237 in Santa Clara, CA. Open daily now through August 16, and weekend through November.

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Readers can visit with the online Family Four Pack (tickets for just $37.99 each) Use promo code: BLOG4CGA for more information, call 408.988.1776 or visit www.cagreatamerica.com. #greatamerica

 

Over the years I’ve heard great things about CA Great America.  I’ve driven by it often on my trips down to the South Bay and to the Monterey Peninsula, but I have yet to visit.  I look forward to sharing my thoughts once I’m inside the park to give a first hand experience of the park.

If you have any insider tips be sure to share them below to help make my first trip easier.

One Response to Visit California’s Great America!

  1. david

    It’s a fun place.The wooden coaster is the best. It creeks and cracks.. Very scary, but a fun journey into the past of how roller coasters got their start.

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