California’s Great America
If you’re looking to go someplace different for spring break, why not the San Francisco Bay Area? Here’s a look at five of the best reasons to visit the Bay Area over spring, with a little something for students of all ages.
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The sun is out & summer is in full swing. With this list of July events, we’re sure there’s something to do for everyone!
California’s Great America theme park reopened its newest roller coaster in time for the 4th of July holiday weekend, after noise complaints from a nearby building forced the park to make modifications.
Great America has voluntarily shut down its newest roller coaster, Gold Striker, because the ride has exceeded noise limits.
As the mercury rises and the days get longer, opportunities to spend a day with the family in South Bay abound. Enjoy great indoor and outdoor options for family summer fun from furry critters to a day at the ballpark. Pack up the car, the kids and the sunscreen and head out for a summer-day adventure the whole family will love.
Summer is here and that means water lovers and thrill seekers alike are hitting the water parks and pools in the Bay Area. Get the most splash for your cash at these great water parks, and dive into the season’s most playful and refreshing way to stay cool and have fun.
The San Francisco-based real estate investment firm will partner with the 49ers to integrate the theme park with the team’s new planned stadium in Santa Clara.
Two men are suing Great America amusement park in Santa Clara after they claimed employees posted a photograph of them with a caption labeling them with a homophobic slur.
Business is booming at the eight hotels around the Great America theme park in Santa Clara. For the second straight year, June hotel occupancy rates in the county have topped 80 percent.