Orange County Laser Tag, Arrow Tag, and NERF Blaster Battle Arenas
Need an outing idea for a big group of kids? Try laser tag! It’s a great way to get your kids and their friends to avoid screens as entertainment for a few hours and run around instead. Most of these places also offer birthday party packages, public sessions and more. Check it out!
Laser Island | Placentia
Laser Island has a glowing, black-lit, 4,000 sq.ft. indoor arena filled with swirling fog and music. Adventurers are invited to escape a deserted island and maneuver through an abandoned jungle village. They also offer tiki golf, rock climbing and arcade.
Laser Quest | Fullerton & Mission Viejo
Laser Quest combines the classic game of hide-and-seek and tag with a high-tech twist. Their multi-level arenas have swirling fog and energetic music. Navigate through a virtual tour of Laser Quest Fullerton above.
Lost Worlds Laser Tag | Industry
Lost World’s 6,500 square-foot arena is the largest in Southern California. Players compete in multi-level ancient ruins packed with interactive bases, beacons, and generator targets.
Family Fun Centers with Laser Tag
Boomers | Irvine
Camelot Golfland | Anaheim
Thrill It Fun Center | Orange
More Cool Indoor Arenas
Arrow Tag OC | Santa Ana
Arrow Tag combines dodgeball with bows and arrows. They also offer an indoor NERF facility and provide all blasters and darts for play.
Looks intense. Can my child play Arrow Tag?
While Arrow Tag OC does not set a hard age limit, they do require parental consent for all children. A soft age guide would be ages 8+. For private parties, as long as the kids can use the bow, they are allowed to play. Groups of kids similar in age is ideal. Visit their FAQ for more details.
Tag & Target | Lakewood
An indoor sports arena just for NERF blaster battles! Kids (ages 6+) will have a blast running around and playing games like Capture the Flag. Visit their website for public sessions/walk-in schedule.
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