Jungle

(408) 866-4386 | View Website

950 El Paseo De Saratoga, San Jose, CA | Directions   95130

37.288621 -121.988681

 
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Categories: Party Supplies, Attractions, Amusement Parks

Neighborhoods: West Valley, Castro

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Reviews for Jungle

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4.0
over a year ago

Fun for all ages- don't waste money on video games – I was worried about bringing my 3 and 4 yr old but they loved it! They could not get enough of the ball area and were not afraid to climb up the BIG structure (although they didn't go to the very top :). After awhile, I let go of my worry and enjoyed the day. The pizza was good and service was just fine. Remember to bring socks, I forgot but luckily they sell plain socks for under $2.

Then the video games.....first, it's dirty up there...then most either have a sign that reads out of order, or they just take your tokens...that's tough for little ones....and it happened so much we didn't complain, we just left. THEN the ones that do work, cost up to 4 tokens, really? Chuck E. Cheese is just 1 token per game...the prizes are cheap so I don't see why the company decided this way....we will go back, just no video games!!

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5.0
over a year ago

New Jungle Opening – The Jungle is opening a new location at 5401 Camden Ave. The former Bamboola location.

It has new attractions--laser tag, dino dig, build your own stuffed jungle animal and of course the Jungle Favorites, climbing structure and video games.

On Nov. 17, 2006 from 5PM to 8:30 there is a grand opening party with Marla Davies from Mix 106.5 the Bill and Marla program.

There is free admission, free food and beverages and prizes galore. Funtastic!

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over a year ago

It's like Chuck E Cheese's meets Bamboola. No idea what I'm talking about? Ask any Silicon Valley four-year-old. – The Food
Inside the "jungle" there is a little spot called Mama Gorilla's Cafe, from which emanate workhorse pizzas and calzones as well as questionable salads and sandwiches.



The Scene


There's pizza and games, but also a big jungle play structure—a giraffe bouncehouse that fits awkwardly with the jungle theme—and cool turtle racers. With other outposts in Concord and San Francisco, Jungle Fun & Adventure is the perfect birthday party blowout for busy families. You don't stress, they don't wreck your furniture and everyone whoops it up safely. The jungle theme is carried pretty far and wide, with a somewhat amateur artistic talent. But don't let your little Tarzan disrobe too much—socks are required to play.

 

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