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Fun Quest Grand Sierra Resort

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Fun Quest Grand Sierra Resort

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Mister-Markie wrote a review Nov 2019
San Rafael, California2,131 contributions39 helpful votes
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If you have small, medium or not so big kids, this place is a great way to kill some hours! There are actually several areas of action here. There's a climbing structure for small to medium kids - several levels and tons of climbs, drops, slides, tunnels and more can get the energy out of any kid. A small play area across form it is good for toddlers, lots of touchy, bouncy, climby things to do with an adult. There is laser tag for older kids, a bumper car in dark/neon atmosphere, and many arcade games around the area. There are also rooms to reserve for a party. On the other side of the check-in counter lies a large arcade, with games for adults and teens as well as kids - the HALO game is amazing! I'm glad I don't gamble - spent the money on that, and ,much better return! LOL Across the hallway there are other attractions, like ax throwing (!), a 3-D large screen coaster simulator with several scenarios, and a virtual reality experience - so fun to watch from the outside, as there are screens so WE see what THEY see! Cool . . . Most of the activities are reasonably priced, and you can spend at least a couple of hours here without thinking of the time. Good environment, safe and clean,and helpful staff if an issue arises (like that Ice Man (Plants vs. Zombie) game that ran out of water mid-game! Ugh). Overall, a great visit, and we plan to return the next time we are in the Reno area!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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brs808 wrote a review Oct 2019
San Francisco, California4 contributions1 helpful vote
So, to be quite honest, the arcade portion of Fun Quest is quite overpriced. One of my kids spent about $20 on various games and came out with about 100 tickets. A few of these games barely lasted 30 seconds. Take a look at the Redemption Center and you can see that you need about 2500 tickets to get anything that isn't just another cute stuffed animal. All that said, however, I interacted with about 5 different employees and all of them were helpful and kind. The lazer tag game is interesting, but you need a bunch of players to join in or it can be boring, fast. When we had a problem with our card, the employees were patient and helpful. It's too bad the games can't be cheaper or at least giving us a better redemption value.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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AmmeLondonYoga wrote a review Aug 2019
10 contributions1 helpful vote
After paying 12$ per child to enter tumble town, we found out they actually don’t have most of the things listed on the website. No bouncy house, no spider climbing wall, no giant slides. My 8 and 10 year old were bored after five minutes. Maybe less. Will not be coming back.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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VnlaThndr775 wrote a review Jun 2019
Sparks, Nevada140 contributions20 helpful votes
My daughter has claimed ownership of the "rainbow building", named so because of the colorful lights on the outside of the GSR, and FunQuest is by far her favorite part of it. She loves making friends and playing in Tumble Town which is like a McDonald's PlayPlace on steroids, way bigger and tons more to do. She also loves the skeeball and ticket dispensing games, not to mention watching her Dad pour $20 into one of those crane games just to come up empty-handed! Regardless we always have a fun time at the "rainbow building"!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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amyptucson wrote a review Jun 2019
Tucson, AZ118 contributions25 helpful votes
Tons of fun games, way above average - and every single game worked! We loaded a card, and off he went!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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