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  • Big Bear Zip Line

    1100 Mill Creek Road Big Bear Lake, CA 92315

  • Big Corona State Beach

    Intersection of Iris St. and Ocean Blvd. Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

  • BiPlane Fun

    BiPlane Fun

    5242 Princeton Ave. Westminster, CA 92683
    562-743-8983

    http://www.biplanefun.com BiPlane Fun is a business in Westminster that provides scenic rides along the coast in a restored 1943 World War II Stearman Biplane. You can request as many loops, rolls and spins as your stomach can take, as each flight is personally customized to the lone passenger. But this is no inexpensive ride. The cost is $295 for half an hour of air time, $395 for 45 minutes (recommended as just the right amount of time to settle in and enjoy the ride) and $495 for a full hour. Yep, at those prices, this is definitely a special-occasion experience for us working stiffs. But how many times are you going to get a chance to fly in a biplane in this lifetime? The pilot, a fully licensed flight instructor, will even let you turn the stick and control the rudder if you so desire. While BiPlane Fun is a local company, its Stearman is not hangared here: You take off from Compton Airport. Reservations are a must, but generally, if you call midweek, they can squeeze you in that weekend. More >>

  • Bolsa Chica Wetlands

    Bolsa Chica Wetlands

    Pacific Coast Highway and Warner Huntington Beach, CA 92649

  • Boomers

    Boomers

    3405 Michelson Drive Irvine, CA 92614

    http://www.boomersparks.com Boomers is an amusement park in Irvine. Whether you need a few brush-up swings, or you're working on your comeback, a la The Natural, Boomers' cages have everything you'll need. Grab Wonderboy, or one of the battered aluminum sticks they've got behind the counter, and go rope a few: 70-mph stingers, fast pitch, slow pitch, softball?even bumper boats! Ahem, not that that has anything to do with batting cages; they're just fun, okay? Buy 30 pitches for 2 bucks, or have your own personal home-run derby with an hour's worth. Sure, you'll have a monster blister, but that's what all those skeeball tickets are for: the free batting gloves! Do yourself a favor: Get in good with the staff, and when that time comes along in your life that leaves you at your most desperate, you'll be able to get a job working the cages. It's a step up from the ball-shagger on the driving range, and you'll get the respect of a carny?but with more permanence. More >>

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