Monday
Today's Hours
PLAY STRUCTURE: 10AM – 6PM
TODDLER TOWN: 10AM – 6PM
Tuesday
Today's Hours
PLAY STRUCTURE: 10AM – 6PM
TODDLER TOWN: 10AM – 6PM
Wednesday
Today's Hours
PLAY STRUCTURE: 10AM – 6PM
TODDLER TOWN: 10AM – 6PM
Thursday
Today's Hours
PLAY STRUCTURE: 10AM – 6PM
TODDLER TOWN: 10AM – 6PM
Friday
Today's Hours
PLAY STRUCTURE: 10AM – 6PM
TODDLER TOWN: 10AM – 6PM
Saturday
Today's Hours
PLAY STRUCTURE: 10AM – 7PM
TODDLER TOWN: CLOSED
Sunday
Today's Hours
PLAY STRUCTURE: 10AM – 6PM
TODDLER TOWN: 10AM – 6PM
Our Mission

Our mission is to make healthy habits fun because healthy habits started early last a lifetime. AdventurePlex was created for families to play, learn and grow; to be a dynamic place to get physical, get silly and get healthy. It's a perennial top pick for best indoor playground, best birthday and best camp.

Vision and Mission

Operated by Beach Cities Health District, AdventurePlex is where children can challenge themselves physically and intellectually in a safe, structured environment packed with mazes and tunnels, rope courses and outdoor rock climbing walls, an indoor gymnasium and and a new toddlers-only play zone.

Vision: Children and families playing their way to good health.

Mission: To be a fun place for families to play, learn and grow.

Explore our site to learn more about our camps, art and sports classestoddler programsparties and special events.

Beach Cities Health District Public Health Topics

Flu Watch
Updated September 2018

The best way to prevent the flu is to get vaccinated every year. Most flu activity occurs between October and May, peaking between December and February in the United States. The flu vaccine protects against the flu after two weeks, so it is best to get vaccinated early in fall, by the end of October.

It’s not possible to predict what this flu season will be like, as the timing, severity and length varies from year to year. The 2017-18 flu season was the first season to be classified as high severity across all age groups, with high levels of outpatient clinic and emergency department visits. Be prepared by getting vaccinated and practicing prevention tips.

Who should get the flu vaccine?
Flu vaccines not only protect you, but also your family, friends, co-workers and neighbors, as well as children younger than six months old who are too young to be vaccinated. Beach Cities Health District advises residents to follow flu vaccination guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which recommends everyone six months of age and older be vaccinated. High-risk populations include:

  • Children younger than two years old
  • Pregnant women
  • Persons 65 years of age and older
  • People with chronic medical conditions (e.g. asthma, lung disease, congestive heart failure, diabetes)

In addition to your healthcare provider, find a flu vaccine at these local providers or visit a Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Clinic.

Tips to Stop Spreading the Flu

  • Get vaccinated
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects
  • Sneeze and cough into the crook of your arm
  • Avoid touching your eyes, face and nose
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • When you’re sick, stay home and limit contact with others

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