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FunLand (Outdoor attractions: Miniature Golf & Batting Cages)

2465 Carmichael Dr. Chico California 95928
530-343-1601
www.funlandchico.com

The Northstate's best and original local Family Entertainment Center. Since 1978 Cal Skate at FunLand has offered heart-healthy family fun in the form of roller skating at Cal Skate, miniature golfing at Putters, and batting at The Dugout - FunLand's 7-stall batting range. With over 42 years of experience, surviving a multitude of local and national disasters, we will continue to be our community's destination for safe and fun whole-family recreation.


Cal Skate at FunLand has continually changed and adjusted throughout its history to keep up with our customer's needs - safety requirements, entertainment value, industry trends, and employee responsibilities. To us, this is another hurdle for another generation. We know things will not be the same moving forward, so we need to methodically be ahead of the curve and do our best to balance fun with safety. We are adhering to local, state, and federal guidelines for proper cleaning and sanitizing at our locations. Currently we are starting our own first phase of opening - just our mini-golf and batting cages, for now. The outdoor environment gives guests more space, more beneficial sunlight, and more fresh air providing a safer environment. The rink will open down the road in our phase two, when the situation is safe and the timing is right. Our employees are being checked for fever and other illnesses, they are keeping their distance from other employees and our customers, and all have been retrained with our health department's new requirements as priority number one. They will wear masks and gloves at all times. They will be constantly sanitizing all bats, helmets, putters, golf balls, tokens, flag sticks, and any other common surfaces. Our mini-golf cups/holes are now above ground so reaching in the cup is not necessary. Groups will be limited to family members only, and all groups will be strictly distanced. For now, all video games and most of our snack bar items will be unavailable until further notice. Hand sanitizing stations are easy to find, but our employees are always nearby to help out. We are lucky enough to entertain guests of literally all ages. We know and accept the responsibility and look forward to make your visit the best and safest it can be.

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A Pacific storm is now moving into northern California. The clouds have arrived, the wind is getting stronger, and we can expect areas of rain and snow tonight, and it will be heavy at times. Snow will fall down to the valley floor through Wednesday morning.
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