The Track Family Fun Parks, Branson
Categories: Tourist Spots, Auto Race Tracks
If you're looking for speed and thrill, make sure to visit The Track Family Fun Parks. With four locations in Branson, the parks offer a selection of go-cart tracks suitable for all ages and skill levels. The various tracks have different age and height limitations, and some require a valid driver's license. You also can try out a variety of rides, such as bumper car, or--if you don't mind getting wet--bumper boats equipped with water cannons. The ultimate thrill ride is the Skycoaster, a 30 m (100 ft) tall swing on which three people at a time can fly through the air at 112 km/h (70 mph). Mini golf courses, arcades, and other activities are also available. While the parks have no admission fee, each activity has its own, and you pay separately for the ones you choose. Make The Track Family Fun Parks a part of your Branson vacation plans using our Branson itinerary maker.
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This was a fun and nostalgic treat. It was quite pricey though in my opinion. $48 for 1 kid, 2 adults. That was technically for us to ride once in the day time and once at night. The ride only took us... read more »
The Farris wheel is a little expensive for the one time around, but it is very beautiful. I went with my 5 year old and he enjoyed it also. Although we have learned this trip he is a thrill seeker.
We rode the Ferris Wheel. The only problem with the Ferris Wheel was that it was infested with wasps. The wasps scared my nephew badly. We rode the go carts on the Heavy Metal track and had a blast.
This place was really awesome! There are a number of different tracks and something for ALL ages. I took my young boys on the main track and they drove their own cars on the kiddie track. Overall, a little pricey, but I would say it's worth it for an evening.
My family and I love this place. Something we can do together and have a blast doing it. Get the go card best option!
The tracks that run all up and down the strip are run by the same place, so you can get a card with credits on it and go up and down to all the places and drive the different tracks without having to pay at each of them. The only drawback is we literally spent over $150 just for my 3 kids to drive the 3 big tracks with the large go carts, that's pretty expensive if you want to play games, laser tag and mini golf. I could easily see a family having to put out $250 or more for one full evening of fun.
On the expensive side but fun
The kiddos love it here. We stop by every time we are in town!
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