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Boomers, San Diego

Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
1.9/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
When it comes to fun, Boomers! is a blast! Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, having a party, doing corporate parties, events and team building, or spending quality time with family and friends, Boomers makes everything easier and hassle free. With attractions like Batting Cages, Flame Thrower Thrill Ride, Miniature Golf, Go Karts, Arcade, Bumper Boats and Kid’s County Fair, Boomers is the perfect place for fun!
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  • My family and I recently were in San Diego and visited Boomers. They have excellent go karts and mini golf. My son also really enjoyed the baseball batting cages. This is a great place to go for famil...  read more »
  • This is a fun place for the kids but VERY EXPENSIVE. If you have a large family bring a lot of cash or credit card. Friendly staff all through the place. 
  • I have no issues with the facility... it is as you would expect. But I DO have an issue with their switch to a Play Card system. You now have to pay for the card for $1.00 and put money on it. 50 pts ...  read more »
  • This place is okay. Pretty expensive though. If you by single ride tickets and want to go on all the rides or go on a ride more than once, get a wristband. They are expensive, but work out better. Sometimes you have to wait for an attendant to man a ride as they seem to only have 1 or 2 people to run 7 or 8 rides. The cleanliness could be a little better. It is kind of old and run down. No safety concerns, just kind of dirty. Staff is hit and miss. For the most part, friendly. We have had a few that were a little rough around the edges, but nothing that was not forgotten quickly. The best deal is to sign up for their birthday club. On your birthday month you get a free 4 hour wristband that is good for unlimited rides and miniature golf. Forget the food..... Ice cream is safe, but the rest.....eeecckkkk.
  • I came with my friends once a little about a year ago. The whole time one of the managers was following us around the park. Finally while my friends and I were inside the karts area. He asked his workers and asked us if we had given our tickets to be in that area. We told him we had, but were kicked out because of his belief that we never showed our tickets. My friends and I were very disappointed and felt as if we were being targeted because of our skin color. By the way, the manager was a fat white guy! I would not recommend this place!
  • Deplorable customer service. They've recently "upgraded" to a card system instead of coins. We went in to play mini golf and my son decided to use his last 2$ on the arcade machines. In very small subscript on the instruction sign it says "new card costs 1$" he used his last 2$ to buy two empty, worthless cards since the on screen directions did not inform him he was buying new cards with no charge. Add to this that all the games require odd numbers of points (I.E. 5.5, 7.5 etc.) And it all adds up to tricking children into paying more for less and having their money trapped on worthless, non refundable cards, so they have to keep coming back.
  • This was my first job back when it was the family fun center. Not much has changed, except for how expensive it is now. Used to be a buck for 18 pitches at the batting cages. Now, is in a point system that amounts to an arm and a leg. I go there for the nostalgia of having worked there during my awkward teen years, but miss the days when my uncle managed the place and I could play video games for free until my eyes bugged out, and bumper boat rides until my neck was sore. The cost of doing everything there now is equal to an annual pass for the family to Sea World.
  • Make your kids wear tall shoes. They were both above the line at the door but mysteriously middle of the line at go carts. Two disappointed kids, unable to ride. Even better, the male attendants were going to waive the height requirement for our son but not our daughter. Regret spending $120 for unlimited visits. Oh, but we were told that they could get around it by wearing platform lshoes. That's safe.
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