Andretti Indoor Karting & Games is opening their newest location in Orlando this weekend with a special deal for Central Florida residents.
The Orlando preview weekend will treat all Central Florida residents with a valid ID to a complimentary $10 Play Card to enjoy arcade and non-redemption prize games (additional restrictions may apply).
Fun Spot America will be celebrating the 15th anniversary of its Orlando location with special deals for guests. On June 8, all guests can purchase ride armbands before noon for only $15.
The park is in the midst of a major renovation, that will expand its size from 5 acres to 15 acres. Already in place are two new rollercoasters – a steel suspended coaster, and a 2,000-ft wooden roller coaster (Orlando’s only one).
The park will open at 10am on June 8, so there will be plenty of time to get the $15 wristbands and enjoy the rides. There will also be food, prizes, and local celebrities in attendance.
Fun Spot Orlando is located at 5700 Fun Spot Way (just east of the intersection of International Drive and Kirkman) in Orlando. For more information on the park, visit FunSpotAttractions.com.
Their tagline is “it’s huge!” and local amusement park The Fun Spot is about to live up to that with plans to expand their original location at the north end of International Drive.
Among the additions planned are adding on to the already popular go-kart section, as well as installing several rollercoasters. The park says they will also be installing a SkyCoaster ride, which has proven to be very popular at the company’s second location in Kissimmee, next to Old Town.
An all-day pass currently costs around $35. Once the expansion is finished, reps for the Fun Spot say that price will go up, but It will still be cheaper than spending a day at one of the big three theme parks. The SkyCoaster will probably be priced as a separate ticket, just as it is at the Kissimmee location.
Have you ever spent the day at one of The Fun Spots? Do you feel it’s a good value for the price paid? Let us know in the comments.