After going under the 15 Highway, you will certainly find yourself in Victorville as well as driving down one of the highways. Right around the bend from the Course 66 gallery is the Old Town Course 66 Sign. There is very little else to see here, but it is a fun sign for every person driving the roadway. This is additionally the home to numerous Route 66 museums. There is a great deal of them the whole time the road, yet this is one of the only ones that are in fact on Route 66. It is complimentary to visit as well as has a lots of indications and also background from different periods when traveling. It likewise has a photo of all of the historic tourist attractions along the Southern The golden state stretch, which I hope to finish among these days. would certainly expect on Course 66 with both histories as well as food that make it a simple recommendation. I advise the Truckers Special, which is what was featured on the show Diners, Drive-ins, and also Dives and also is a scrumptious sandwich with meat, Ortega chili, bacon, and also cheese. Note, this location is money just.
Thus the Scandia Family Fun Center is the closest miniature golf venue, with two near-equidistant locations in Sacramento and Fairfield, both about half an hour away. Both locations offer two 18-hole miniature golf courses, as well as a large arcade, laser tag, batting cages, bumper boats, go-cart track, and snack bar. The Sacramento Scandia also features the Scandia Screamer, a 168-foot tall giant rotor that reportedly spins at 65 miles an hour, while the Fairfield location has a 25-foot rock wall and “extreme air trampolines.”
One round of minigolf costs $8 for adults at the Fairfield location, while adults can purchase an “Unlimited Golf Pass” for just $8.95 at the Sacramento Scandia. Prices for other activities vary, but there are a myriad of multi-attraction package deals and group rates.
From the Sacramento Scandia website: “Scandia was founded in 1977 by three Scandinavian families, the Larson’s, Madsen’s and Jensen’s. Sacramento was the first Scandia ever built, followed by Fairfield, Las Vegas, Victorville, and Ontario. In the past 30 years Scandia has donated millions of dollars to local, value based organizations and its owners have been anxiously engaged in philanthropic causes such as running orphanages in Mexico and supporting Christian missionaries.”
They have hosted small video game and anime conventions run by local groups.