Looking for a fun new indoor playground for toddlers? Playland Cafe recently opened in Irvine, and is loads of fun!Playland Cafe 880 Roosevelt Irvine, CA (949) 829-2789
We were recently invited to check out what Playland Cafe has to offer as the owners recently opened their doors.
Designed for toddlers to adults, the play structure is sure to keep all entertained for a while. With a maze like design kids can crawl and walk through soft padded walkways, some with hanging obstacles like balls and padded areas to crawl through.
Air cannons shoot soft foam balls at unsuspecting players down below, while others are crawling around on the floor collecting their ammunition.
The toddler side offers a small slide and mini obstacles for the littlest, and they are kept safely away from flying foam balls and other rambunctious children.
This slide is certainly a great way to exit the the giant play structure, and we found that our toddlers loved to race each other over and over again.
Planning a playdate? Playland Cafe is the perfect place! The play structure is located on the opposite side of a glass wall, ensuring a little bit of a quiet area where moms and family can relax, chat and have a bite to eat, while watching their children play. For menu items at the Cafe, visit their website: HERE.
This giant separate room is perfect for private parties! If you’re looking to host a birthday Party, Playland Cafe is a great place. With a private party area, the cafe and the play structure, it makes party planning a cinch!GIVEAWAY
Two lucky Toddler Trails Fans will win a Family Play Pass to Playland Cafe
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Valid for US Residents only. All fans have an equal chance to win, however, you must enter to win. Winners will be randomly selected via RaffleCopter and be notified via email. They have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be randomly selected the same way. Winners can only win once per month. Not liable for unclaimed prizes or fulfillment.
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42 thoughts on “A New Indoor Playground in Irvine – Playland Cafe and Giveaway | @PlaylandCafe #ad”
We play board games like Sorry, build forts and watch Disney movies on the rare rainy days here in SoCal. We are fortunate to have a nice playhouse under our patio cover so the girls can still play outside on the patio when it rains. Those slides at Playland Cafe look like a blast! Hope to check that place out in the near future! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity, Jennifer!
We do the same with the playhouses. That slide is super fun for our competitive “racers”. Thanks for being a loyal fan.
I will have to check it out!
You will love it!
We watch disney movies, color, and read books.
We do the same! Can’t get enough Disney Movies!
I would love to win some tickets for this new place! The types of things we do while stuck indoors are-play Candyland, dance to music, paint, use playdoh, build lego castles and dress up to name a few. Thanks! Jody
Oh, I almost forgot about Playdoh! (Actually, maybe that was on purpose since it ends up ground into my carpet) Thanks for entering!
I love this idea! Family outing but mom and dad can actually have a little kid free conversation!
Absolutely! It’s really a nice place and you can actually “hear” the other person while watching the youngsters
This place looks awesome! We are always looking for a fun indoor play area, can’t wait to check it out!
This looks like a great place to take my little guy! If we are stuck inside, we do a lot of art (paint, coloring, foam shapes, etc), puzzles, playdoh, dance & sing, and watch movies.
We love getting the water colors out and a big roll of paper and let them go to town!
While indoors, my little one loves to go up and down her slide, do some coloring/painting, dance and sing.
My kids would love to check this place out and so would I!
would love to take my 2 little boys here. Looks so much fun.
I would love to win these tickets. 🙂 Indoor play at our house includes Crafts, building blocks, and tent making.
We make popcorn and watch movies on Wednesdays or Fridays. We also love using our Wii game especially the Dance Dance games..I love watching my almost 4 year old try the Michael Jackson Experience dance game…too cute!
We play board games 🙂
My daughter would love that slide!!
We read books, watch movies, and craft!
We build forts and eat snacks and meals “picnic” style on the living room floor.
When stuck indoors, we like to watch movies, play, do crafts, and have dance parties!
We make forts, tell stories, read, do make believe, and when tired maybe a movie or Disney channel. 🙂
indoors, we have tea time, all the time.
We do crafts, play games, building blocks, building forts. We’ve been wanting to try out Playland Cafe!
We do arts & crafts, play card games, build forts and imaginary play …. Watch movies 🙂
We do arts & crafts, play card games, build forts and imaginary play
We do mostly crafts, building blocks, and watch movies. There’s something about cuddling on the couch with the kiddos that we all seem to love. 🙂
Sounds like great fun. great addition for Irvine.
crafts and reading books
sounds super fun!!
We watch TV, and bring in cardboard boxes from the garage to color on
We make play dough, paint or play hide and seek.
My tv is pretty much on all day set to Netflix or online games for my 3 year old. We also play with the beach ball, have play battles with toy action figures and dance to music videos on YouTube. Dad comes home in the afternoon and he gets outside time with the bike and scooter.
We usually play games and with toys! We have tea parties almost always when inside and occasional watch a movie!
Can’t wait to check out their teas…very cool idea! 🙂 Thanks for posting about this place!
We make bed tent forts, play puzzles and games and watch a little ipad. Would love to win this and surprise the family with a new OC activity!
I love building forts with my son. Whenever he sees me moving around the larger pieces of furniture, he gets so excited! We like to build things from cardboard boxes like ball shoots and hiding spots, cradles for his toys. I place a lot of emphasis on creativity and using unconventional items in new ways.
Customer service from this place is terrible. They need to rethink their business motto before opening up a business catering to KIDS. They won’t have any food available for you, and if they do, it’s because they probably ran out to grab something. Everything is Costco bought. They are also WAY To strict with keeping this childrens place room sterile. If they wanted to keep a place as clean as they do, they should consider working in an operating room. Don’t get me wrong. I am a parent. And definitely want to keep my child away from unwanted germs. But the way this business is ran, is 1000% unreasonable. Good luck to them.
Did you get a chance to voice your concerns with the owner?