Grab your sleeping bag and join us this summer for a magical camp-out inside Children’s Fairyland. With rides, special performances, dinner, and a continental breakfast, a summer sleepover creates amazing memories for kids of all ages.
2018 Sleepover Dates:
July 14 - Sold out
August 4 - Sold out
Cost is $55 per adult and $30 per child.
Sleepover schedule of events
Check-in begins at 5:45 p.m. At 6:15, we close our Fairy Gates. Dinner is served at 6:30, and rides stay open till 9. Watch a puppet show and enjoy a performance by one of our entertainers. Lights out at 9:30, and off to dreamland!
Rise and shine at 6:30 a.m. Enjoy a continental breakfast—coffee, bagels, hot chocolate, and juice—in the café at 7 before checking out between 8 and 8:30am.
How do I make a reservation?
Register online - It's the fast and easy way to book your sleepover!
How will I know my reservation has been confirmed?
We will email a confirmation letter and packet to a valid email address. (We like to save paper and stay environmentally friendly.)
What if I don’t have email?
No problem. We will fax or mail a confirmation letter and packet to you.
I lost my confirmation packet. How can I get a new one?
Email the program manager, or call (510) 452-2259 and let us know.
I never received a confirmation packet. Am I confirmed for my date?
Email the program manager, or call (510) 452-2259 and verify that your request has been received.
May I add people to my reservation?
Yes, if space is still available. Please email the program manager or call (510) 452-2259.
May my family members come in to help me set up my tent?
Yes. Helpers are welcome to help you set up camp, but they may not leave the Teddy Bear Picnic Grove.
Do Fairyland staff members stay overnight?
Yes, a staff member is located in the office throughout the night. If you need assistance during the night, head to the double doors locates near the Humpty Dumpty wall and the red barn.
What about security?
Our security guard will walk the perimeter of the park and our grounds throughout the night.