5 Fun Things To Do in Hemet, CA With the Kids

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Summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean there are less fun activities to do with the kids in Hemet, California! If you’re in need of a weekend outing this September, there is plenty to do in our lively community — activities that adults and children will equally enjoy.


Since there are just so many, we’ve put together a list of some of the best with a little help from TripBuzz.  Whether you’re looking for outdoor or indoor activities, you’ll find a great mix on this list and it’s all in or near Hemet.


  1.  Cornerstone Car Show – 11th Annual Car Show – Free: This weekend, the First Baptist Church of Hemet is hosting its Annual Car Show! There will be well over 100 fantastic antique cars you and your family can view for free. That’s right; for free. Take this time to teach your children a history lesson of what life was like when you were a kid! On the way to the car show, play the oldies station with your 1980s favorites. If you’re lucky, a car like your first car will even be on display! How fun will it be to share a piece of your past with your children.

First Baptist Church is located at the corner of Acacia and Girard in Hemet.


  1.  Living Desert Zoo and Gardens: This beautiful preservation protects the livelihood of our diverse desert species.  One of the most popular features of this zoo and garden is the ‘Desert After Dark’ exhibit, which highlights the role of nocturnal predators in the desert ecosystem.  This stop would be a fantastic learning experience for the whole family.


  1. Western Science Center:  The museum is home to an assortment of Native American artifacts and Ice Age fossils that were unearthed, not so far from home, at Diamond Valley Lake.  In fact, the science center is home to the biggest mastodon found in the Western United States. Visit their website for more information.


  1. Hemet Museum: If your kids love trains then this is the perfect place to visit.  This museum is located in a revived train depot. Completely run by passionate volunteers, this museum features the heritage of Hemet and is filled with Native American artifacts, antique farming tools, and photos illustrating the history of our community.


  1.  Ramona Bowl Amphitheatre:  This place of beautiful mountain views and acoustic sounds is home to many events in the Hemet area, the most well known is “Ramona,” the longest running outdoor drama plays in America.  The Amphitheatre is continuously improving, thanks to the dedication of our wonderful community and is a fun place to explore with the family, have a picnic lunch, and enjoy the view. For more information about upcoming events, visit the website.

Whether you choose one of these four, or another awesome Hemet activity, everyone here at Julie Clark, Attorney at Law hopes you enjoy your time with the family!


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Julie M. Clark graduated from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law. She has been practicing law in Riverside County since February of 1992. Julie Clark's Google+ Profile

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