Oklahoma City's Incredible Activities

Racers, ready your engines! Prepare yourselves for the race of a lifetime on our indoor Speedway Track! We offer a speedy pedal-to-the-metal race for those who consider themselves pro drivers, and a more conservative race for our young drivers and drivers with passengers. No matter which speed category you fall under, our vehicles are state-of-the-art and contain the latest safety features. Each Go Kart is equipped with a guard rail around the bottom of the car, adjustable seat belt straps, and we do frequent maintenance to assure that all cars are in working order daily. Our pit crew takes the time before each race to assure that all racers and drivers understand the rules and safety guidelines.

  • Driver must be at least 50 inches tall to drive in a NASCAR Junior race
  • Driver must be at least 54 inches tall to drive in a NASCAR Pro race
  • Passenger must be between and 40 inches and 50 inches tall
  • Driver of the passenger must be at least 18 years old
  • Passengers are ONLY allowed on the NASCAR Junior race
  • Driver must be able to operate all controls while securely in the restraint
  • Driver must have sufficient visual acuity to operate the kart safely
  • Driver must have the ability to hold and turn the steering wheel along with foot pedal control of gas and brake
  • Driver must have control of the steering wheel and pedals at all times
  • Driver and passenger must remain seated at all times in an upright position with their back against the seatback
  • Driver and passenger must remain seated until the operator dismisses them
  • Driver and passenger must be able to fit in the seat with restraints secured
  • Arms, hands, legs, and feet must remain inside the kart at all times
  • Shoes must be worn at all times
  • Hair longer than shoulder length must be secured above shoulders
  • One rider per restraint
  • Loose articles must be secured or left with a non-rider
  • Loose articles include but are not limited to cell phones, keys, hats, purses, scarves, sharp objects, and backpacks
  • Loose articles cannot be held in your hand during the ride
  • Do not bump, skid, or slide the kart. Rough driving, ramming, or cutting people off is forbidden
  • Driver must have one fully functioning arm and hand, two functioning legs, or prosthetics which allow pedal control for both legs
  • Riders using a wheelchair must transfer themselves from the wheelchair onto the ride
  • Our ride operators do not have the specialized training to load and unload riders who need assistance
  • Casts may not restrict the rider from bending the knee or elbow and may not restrict the restraints in any way
  • For your safety and the safety of others, riders must remove medical devices that are not permanently affixed to the rider’s body, including but not limited to braces, crutches, and canes
  • Consecutive rides are not permitted. Participants must exit and return to the queue line.
  • Food and drink are not permitted on the ride
  • No service animals are allowed in the go-kart area
  • Participate at your own risk

  • Do not ride if:
  • You are pregnant
  • You have physical disabilities or poor health that may impact rider safety outcomes
  • You suffer from dizziness, motion sickness, panic attacks, or have a back or heart condition
  • You are under the influence of ANY drugs and/or alcohol
  • You suspect your health could be at risk for any reason, or you could aggravate a pre-existing condition
  • You may be affected by the forces of this ride
  • You are not able to steer or control the ride
  • You are unable to be secured by the safety restraint(s)
  • You are visibly upset

Suit up and grab a phaser. You’re about to be transported to space to carry out an important mission. Gather with your unit to strategize how to earn the most points and how to take down the other team’s home base. You’ll feel the adrenaline rushing through you as you hide behind corners and maneuver throughout the arena while trying to tag your opponents before they tag you. Enjoy state-of-the-art sound effects, atmosphere enhancements, black lights, and modern vests and phasers. Our lasers are completely safe and powered by a radio signal that is transferred from the phasers to players’ vests. When the signal is aimed correctly, the laser beam tags an opponent’s vest and points are scored.

  • Minimum height to play laser tag by yourself is 42 inches, otherwise, you must be accompanied by an adult guardian
  • No running or climbing on walls or scenery
  • No physical contact with other players
  • No laying or sitting on the floor
  • Play fair, play smart, and give it your all

  • Warning! This activity may affect any guest:
  • With light-sensitive epilepsy, due to light effects
  • With asthma, due to fog effects
  • With heart conditions, due to physical exertion

Can you think of any other family restaurant that has an indoor spinning roller coaster? We’ll let the ride speak for itself.

  • To enjoy the spinning roller coaster, you must be at least 36 inches tall
  • Persons 48 inches or taller can ride alone
  • Persons 36 inches to 47 inches tall must have an adult riding with them
  • Riders must be 240 pounds or lighter to ride
  • Persons who are pregnant or have physical impairments should review this ride for potential risks before riding
  • Persons who are visibly ill or under the influence of drugs or alcohol are not permitted to ride
  • Only two people maximum per riding enclosure

This is a popular and classic ride. You won’t want to miss your chance to hop on and enjoy this multi-directional, speed-variant experience.

• Riders under 36” tall cannot ride.
• Riders between 36” and up to 48” tall must be accompanied by a Parent or Guardian.
• The maximum weight per ride seat is 510 pounds.
• It is strongly recommended that there are NO single riders.
• Riders must be able to fit, sit and occupy the ride seat as required by its design.
• All riders must remain properly seated with their back against the backrest, bottom on the seat-cushion with legs forward and down, while fitting under the lap bar with seatbelt fastened, and holding onto the handlebar with both hands at all times. Failing to follow these rules may cause injury or death.
• Riders must keep arms, legs, hands and feet inside the seat at all times.
• Riders are not allowed to sit on the lap of another rider.
• To prevent injuries that can occur to smaller passengers, larger passengers must sit to the outside of the seat.
• Riders are not allowed to turn around, kneel, or stand up in the seat during the ride.
• When entering the seat be sure to hold on to the top side of the seat (not the handlebar) tightly as the ride may move or shift as you attempt to enter.
• Be careful when entering and exiting the ride as the walking surfaces may be slippery. Please walk at all times.
• Do not attempt to disembark until the ride has come to a complete stop and you have been instructed to do so by the ride operator.
• Riders using a wheelchair must transfer themselves from the wheelchair onto the ride. Our ride operators do not have the specialized training to load and unload riders who need assistance.
• Loose articles must be secured or left with a non-rider. Loose articles include but are not limited to cell phones, keys, hats, purses, scarves, sharp objects, and backpacks. Loose articles cannot be held in your hand during the ride.
• For your safety and the safety of other riders, passengers must remove medical devices that are not permanently affixed to the rider’s body. This includes but is not limited to braces, crutches, and canes.
• Consecutive rides are not permitted. Riders must exit and return to the queue line.
• Food and drink are not permitted on the ride.
• No service animals are allowed.
• Always follow the instructions of the operator.
• Do not ride if:
• You are pregnant.
• You have relevant physical handicaps or poor health.
• You suspect your health could be at risk for any reason, or if you could aggravate a pre-existing condition.
• You have a heart condition, high blood pressure, experience seizures, dizziness, or motion sickness, or if you are bothered by circular or side to side motion.
• You have neck, back or bone disorders or injuries, have recently had surgery or been ill, or have other physical ailments which may be aggravated by the motions of this ride.
• You may be affected in any way by the forces of this ride.
• You are under the influence of ANY drugs and/or alcohol.
• You are unable to be restrained by the lap bar and seatbelt.
• You are unable to assume a proper riding position (sitting upright with your back against the seatback, your bottom on the seat, both legs forward and down, holding on to the handlebar) without the aid of another guest.
• You are visibly upset.

Bounce, dip, turn and activity the thrill of behind the wheel of a dune buggy. This state-of-the-art ride offers children of all ages the ability to enjoy a fun themed ride vehicles with a unique bouncing motion.

  • To enjoy the Baja Buggy Ride, you must be at least 36 inches tall
  • Persons who are pregnant or have physical impairments should review this ride for potential risks before riding
  • Persons who are visibly ill or under the influence of drugs or alcohol are not permitted to ride
  • Only two people maximum to a bucket seat

Kick off those shoes and get to bouncing, kids! With 7 indoor inflatables to choose from and 8,000 square feet dedicated to jumping, sliding, and climbing, a power nap afterward may be necessary.

You may experience some of the following physical effects:

  • Unstable & spongy surface
  • Bouncy feeling with a recoil action
  • Abrasion on exposed elbows or hands
  • Dizziness or vertigo
  • Possible strain on knees and ankles
  • Loss of balance
  • A whole lot of fun

If you have any physical impairment that prevents you from participating in the inflatable experience, we suggest that you do not enter this amusement device.

What are the risks?
There are inherent risks in the participation of any amusement ride, device, or attraction. Patrons of an amusement ride, device, or attraction, by participation, accept the risks inherent in such participation of which the ordinary prudent person is or should be aware. Patrons have a duty to exercise good judgement and act in a responsible manner while using the amusement ride, device, or attraction and to obey all oral or written warnings, or Patrons have a duty to not participate in or on any amusement ride, device, or attraction when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Patrons have a duty to properly use all ride or device safety equipment provided.

Ride at your own risk.
  • No unevenly matched players
  • No sharp objects
  • No rough play
  • No shoes
  • No tumbling or flipping
  • No jewelry or facial jewelry
  • No glasses
  • No diving or jumping out of device

Be safe, play safe, and follow the rules!

Have you ever ridden a wild animal while spinning in circles? Do you want to? Our electric bumper cars are a roaring good time. Control which way you ride and spin with levers while bumping into other riders with the car’s super durable rubber bumpers!

  • To enjoy the bumper cars, you must be at least 44″ tall and weigh less than 250 pounds
  • Persons who are pregnant or have physical impairments should review this ride for potential risks before riding
  • Persons who are visibly ill or under the influence of drugs or alcohol are not permitted to ride
  • Only one person to a car
  • Walking on the bumper car floor while the ride is in motion is strictly prohibited
  • Seat belts must be worn at all times

The lanes are shorter, the balls are lighter, and those pins are on fire! Mini bowling is fun for people small and tall AND you don’t have to wear stinky bowling shoes for this activity — we just want to see you have a great time!

Safety is our highest priority because we care about the families that come to our facility. Please be mindful of the players around you and ask for employee assistance if you have any questions.

Experience Route 66 when you putt your way to fun on our indoor Glow Mini Golf Course! You learn about the U.S. as you twist and turn along Route 66. Glow Mini Golf is a strategic and safe way to enjoy a friendly competition. Joke and laugh with each other as you try your hand at each hole. Our mini-golf course is themed to have 8 stops along the way based on the interesting and historical locations along route 66. Some stops have interesting facts and information for you to enjoy. Also, the course is completely glow-in-the-dark!

  • Group Size: A maximum of 4 players are permitted per group. Please allow faster-playing groups to play through.
  • Start: All players in the group hit their first shot, then proceed together for their second shot.
  • Play: There is a 6 stroke limit per hole. The ball may be moved 6 inches from all curbs and obstacles.
  • Out of Bounds: If your ball lands outside the course, it is considered out of bounds. Please place the ball back where it left the course and take a 1 stroke penalty.
  • Safety: Please hit the ball gently. Do not make full swings with the putters and keep a safe distance behind anyone putting.
  • Food & Beverages: NOT permitted on the course
  • For Your Safety: Swing putter head no higher than knee level
  • Please walk only on the walkways provided
  • Climbing on or around structures, streams, and pools is prohibited
  • Keep an eye on all small children
  • Be considerate of others and enjoy your round
  • Please do not tee off until the group ahead of you has finished
  • Failure to follow all the rules and instructions could result in injury to you and others and loss of privileges without a refund.