The Andretti Thrill Park would be great if they had enough staff to keep the attractions open, but they don't. This creates a vicious cycle - they don't have enough customers to make it profitable to keep everything open, so the people that go there get frustrated and decide not to return. As a result, even fewer people go the next time.
We waited for 10 minutes for someone to come to the laser tag room. They even have a button for you to push if there is no attendant present. What is the point of the button if no one is going to come.
We went on a Sunday afternoon. The place was open until 10pm, but by 8pm they started shutting down even more attractions than when we got there at 6pm.
The positives: My youngest child loved riding around in the go-karts. My oldest loved being able to drive a car by herself. The rock wall was good. The employees were all very friendly. The place looked clean.
The negatives: The train that drives around the park on wheels wasn't working. It looked like they had given up on the traditional train a long time ago. No one came to the laser tag area. It took forever for the batting cage machine to throw a ball. The paddle boats were closed. Much of kiddie land was closed. They add a "fuel surcharge" to the admission price. Fuel surcharges annoy me. Just raise your ticket price and quit playing games. The restaurant was closed. The snack area upstairs was cloesed. Andretti challenge was closed.
Thankfully, the place wasn't crowded so were able to get a lot of use out of the go-karts. Otherwise, I would have been furious at paying $100 for 4 people to play for 2 hours.
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