The good news is that this place is cheap - $20 per person for two hours. The staff are also friendly. The bad news is that it is almost literally falling apart. The indoor mini-golf room doesn't look like any of the owners or managers have actually visited it for several years - it is dark, it's hard to see what you are supposed to do, pieces are falling off several of the obstacles, and part of it is used for storage. The lazer tag entertained my two kids for about 2-3 minutes before we realized it was totally lame, and looks more like someone's neglected basement than a real lazer tag area. The arcade is also lame, not coming anywhere close to what you find at places like Dave and Busters. The indoor go-karts work after a fashion, but they all look old and beaten up, and just 20 minutes on the track left all three of us with specks of dirt in our eyes and hair, and reeking of exhaust fumes that stayed in our clothing long after we had left. The outdoor track may be fun in the summer (even if they use the same antique go-karts) but that's the most I can say. Until the owners actually put some effort into this place and treat their customers with respect, it is not worth a visit. I'm amazed it is still in business; we should probably have realized there was a problem when we showed up on a Sunday afternoon in mid-winter and found it almost deserted.
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