Choose Your Own Adventure With the New Stockton Connect Pass
It’s tough keeping the family entertained, and it’s not cheap, either. Summer presents all kinds of challenges for parents and families, like where to go for fun activities or an inexpensive bite to eat.
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The good news is that Stockton is making it easy for families to play all summer long with the city’s new Stockton Connect Pass, so you don’t have to compromise on fun or break the bank. With this nifty prepaid mobile pass, you’ll save up to 50 percent on regular admission to certain area attractions like some of Stockton’s best museums, outdoor activities and favorite places to eat. Here’s what Stockton’s new Connect Pass will get you, and some other low-cost adventures you and yours can score this summer in Mudville.
Kids can often be the hardest to please. Fortunately, Stockton offers mom and dad salvation at several attractions that boast education while providing kid-friendly entertainment, like the Children’s Museum of Stockton.During this play-based experience, young visitors are totally immersed in science. They’ll learn from hands-on activities and exhibits—about the world we live in and share with plants and animals. Admission is only $6 for adults and children, but with a Connect Pass, you’ll get in for a discounted price!
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If the kids still have energy to burn after their tour of the Children’s Museum, head over to Zap Zone for some state-of-the-art thrills.This multi-level laser-tag arena offers players several game modes for dueling teams to enjoy spread out in more than 6,200 square feet of fun and excitement. Zap Zone also has several private party rooms available, a snack bar, an arcade, jumpers and good beers on tap. It’s open extra late on Friday, so even adults can get in on the action. A single session runs about $8 per person, but with Stockton’s Connect Pass, you and your friends can play a round for a cheaper price than normal!
A little fresh air this summer is a great way to spend time with family and friends, and with a Connect Pass, you can score big on outdoor entertainment.The Stockton Marina is fundamental to the area, providing guests and locals with cooling offshore breezes and access to Stockton’s bustling downtown. Boating families can stay for the day with great overnight rates and long-term berthing facilities. Plus, there are great options for fun on the water, including kayak rentals for just $10.
Spend your day exploring the famous Stockton Delta waterways or strolling down the boardwalk. Either way, the Stockton Marina has everything you need to stay active close to the water or in it. The Connect Pass makes it even easier with an add on kayak rental per passholder—what a bargain!
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And when you’re done playing on the water in Stockton, head over to nearby Banner Island Ballpark for an exciting ballgame featuring the Stockton Ports.Normally, taking the family to the ballpark would put you back a pretty penny. But thanks to the new Stockton Connect Pass, you can bring the whole gang out and enjoy field box seats at a discounted price. Plus, Connect Pass holders get special promotional options at checkout, so you can maximize and personalize your experience.
Try a juicy burger at Squeeze Burger is sure to please the crowd. Known for its cheese skirts draped ridiculously far off its famous half-pound burgers, this joint is easy like Sunday morning—no frills, just a great backyard-style eatery with awesome food and an impressive list of beers on tap.The best part about this place is that it’s included in Stockton’s Connect Pass, serving up a full meal per cardholder, up to a $10 value. Now that’s something to chomp on.
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If you’ve been doing the math, a day spent doing all of these activities would put you back more than $40 per person. But not with the Stockton Connect Pass.All you have to do is pay once for the card and enjoy access to all these activities and more for a discounted price. The pass comes in one-day, three-day and 90-day consecutive pass denominations, which means that no matter how long you plan to play in Stockton, you can enjoy all of the above for a price everyone can afford.
So what are you waiting for? Learn more about the Stockton Connect Pass and start planning your next adventure with family and friends.