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Adventure Park USA
Based on 45 traveler reviews
Grown up Chuck E Cheese
Sep 06, 2013 by: clynch from Baltimore, MD
We visited this place using a Groupon deal. It is probably best suited for kids ages 8 and up. There aren't many things the younger kids can do. I would describe it as a grown up Chuck E Cheese. They have one roller coaster, 5 other outdoor rides, go-carts, lazer tag and an indoor arcade. The Saturday we went the lines were extremely long due to a company picnic so we skipped the go-carts. It was a one time place for me. We live about 45 minutes away so I doubt we would go back.
Small Gem of a Park
Sep 03, 2013 by: FansofDisney from Maryland
This park is small with limited rides which makes it enjoyable without being exhausting. There are many special deals for admission so it makes the park affordable for families for an afternoon. There is a nice party area and the café is not too expensive. Standard park fare. Parking is free and you are able to picnic at the car. Readmission is easy as they use a wrist band system. There are two mini golf courses, bumper boats, go karts, small roller coaster, kiddie rides, gem mining station (extra $$), and a few more rides outside. All the rides were manned by friendly helpful staff. Inside is a bi level laser tag game, rope course, climbing wall, bumper cars and arcade games (extra $$). The laser tag and bumper cars are fun for all ages. We had a lot of fun and laughed quite a bit. Spend a great time with the family without spending lots of money.
A fun place that can be affordable if you find the right deal!
Aug 13, 2013 by: Chris R from Adamstown, Maryland
We got a stellar half off deal through Amazon Local that was for 3 hours of unlimited attractions (only limiter was 2 Go Cart races). We did high ropes course, laser tag, climbing wall, Tilt-a-Whirl, mini golf, roller coaster, and bumper cars to our hearts' content! If you want to play arcade games that's extra but we didn't need it. This is a very well run, clean Christian establishment and we highly recommend it for family fun!
Kids had a good time
Aug 04, 2013 by: ebs0303 from Near Washington, DC
My 2 older kids (11 & 9) have been to this place before on youth group trips and had a good time, and I got tickets for the whole family when a livingsocial deal was available. Ended up taking my 9 year old & his friend, and my 5 year old. The kids had a great time. We did the bumper spin cars, bumper boats (and got soaked), go karts, laser tag, mini golf. The place is pretty small compared to other amusement parks, and after we got there, it seemed like buying a ticket for me & my wife was a complete waste of $ (and maybe not even necessary). There were some other older/aging rides like the Tilt a Whirl & Scrambler which they also liked. Im not sure we would go back anytime soon just because of how small it was. Bottom line though is the kids liked it, but probably older kids would get bored quickly.
Fun for the Kids
Jul 29, 2013 by: tipijo from Cosby, Tennessee
Took the 4 grand-kids here for a few hours. Even though it's on the small side, they had a great time. The inside building is a western theme. Lots of arcade, climbing wall, laser tag and other things. There is a roller coaster, go carts, bumper cars and some more rides outside. We took our own food and tailgated. No food or drinks allowed inside. It was a fun day and the kids had a ball.
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