Fun For Kids

Ride the Go Karts

915 Pacific Ave Downtown Long Beach

Tel: 360 777-3684


Super fun and fast go-Karts.  Under new management. "Amazing!!!!! staff are very attentive, Go-cart track is fresh and well-maintained love Hillary and Glenn and the family atmosphere they created. Thanks you guys for all that you have done for our community "


200 Pacific Ave S, Downtown Long Beach

Tel: 360 642-2223


Family owned an operated! The family purchased the historic building in Downtown Long Beach. After extensive renovation, Funland Family Fun Center opened its doors in 1992 with used games, paper tickets, and a staff-assisted prize counter. Fast forward to today and Funland has progressed to a state-of-the-art game card-using facility with digital tickets, virtual reality 4D rides, touch-screen games, laser tag, and a self-serve prize store.



200 Pacific Ave S, Downtown Long Beach

Tel: 360 642-222

Awesome new mini-golf right in Long Beach. Fun for the entire Family!

Throw Airplanes off the Astoria Column


  Standing in the grass at the Astoria Column, make sure you watch out for low-flying aircraft. Made of balsawood. It's a tradition that has been going on at the column for years. Visitors buy small balsawood planes at the gift shop, climb to the top of the 125-foot column and launch them into the air. Shouts and laughter of children seeing how far and fast the planes will fly through the air much like the small planes.  

The Rides in Long Beach

402 Pacific Ave S Downtown Long Beach

Tel: 360 642-3482


Amusement rides, bumper cars and family fun in downtown Long Beach, Washington, just steps away from restaurants, souvenir shops, art galleries and more!



Neptune Theater

809 Ocean Beach Blvd S Downtown Long Beach

Tel: 360 6420-8888


Local Theater playing all the latest movies. Check out their specials on their website. Movies befoe 6PM  for just $5.50  per person. 

Fort Columbia State Park


Chinook WA on the way to Astoria

Tel 360 777-8221


Kids love this old coastal fort with the big guns from WWII and the bunkers still intact.  Fort Columbia State Park is a 593 acre Washington state park that preserves the site of Fort Columbia in Chinook. It is one of several state parks and sites in Washington and Oregon that make up the Lewis and Clark National and State Historical Parks.

Hike, Bike, Run, or Walk the Discovery Trail


The Discovery Trail stretches from the Port of Ilwaco to north Long Beach, just behind the Breakers. Whether you’re on foot or on bike, you’ll be treated to unforgettable landscape. Along the way you’ll find interpretive panels and sculptures commemorating Lewis & Clark’s journey. In fact, the trail is named after the Corps of Discovery Tackle the whole thing or enjoy a mile or two. There are multiple access point


101 Pacific Ave, Downtown Long Beach

Tel: 360 642-8388


Large portions and reasonable prices for the quality of the ice cream and size of the portions. Huge scoops. 64 flavors from local to standards to creative entries. They also have amazing milkshakes, Sundays, a choice of cones from sugar, cake, to homemade waffle cones. Up front they have candy, taffy, Carmel corn, and fudge. Youlus all sorts of unique and hard to find candy.



Normally we wouldn't suggest a museum for kids, but this one is AWESOME.  Located high above the ocean surf, this interpretive center takes you along the Corps of Discovery’s journey with a focus on their exploration of the Pacific Coast. A Discover Pass is required for parking. 



Yes, we actually recommend two museums for kids! The Columbia River Maritime Museum is located in Astoria, just across the Columbia River. They have a number of exciting exhibits focused on the dangerous Columbia River Bar known as the Graveyard of the Pacific.