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Lollipop Park, Centennial

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Entertainment Center Fun & Games
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  • It's a nice little indoor amusement park. My granddaughter loves it and usually end the day in the bouncy house where she exhausts herself! It's clean and the kids who run the rides are friendly, poli...  more »
  • We took our grandchildren ages 4&7 to lollipop park. They had a great time running from ride to ride and enjoying the bouncy house.The 7 year old is getting a little too big for some of the rides but ...  more »
  • Visited with almost 3 granddaughter. Terrific fun. Ferris wheel, merry go round, tea cups, train, bouncy deals, whip, swing. All fun stuff. The attendant opened one ride at a time and kids did a circl...  more »
  • I couldn't possibly say enough about how amazing this little gem is! From the beginning, it's clean and well managed. My son gets overwhelmed easily but the staff ensured that we felt welcome, comfortable and happily entertained whilst making certain every child got to ride what they wanted. The owner was there the entire time, working along side his employees and that's not something you see hardly ever! My kiddos didn't want to leave, and I thoroughly enjoyed watching their faces light up as they rode the rides over and over again, knowing that I didn't have to fear for their saftey. Such a special place and a memorable trip ♡ Thanks for providing an affordable option for my mini people :) It's highly appreciated.
  • This little place named Lollipop Park was interesting. The arcade portion was very limited, but it would be plenty for younger kids who are easily entertained. There is also golf and mini golf here which wasnt half bad either. While not the best, it can help kill an hour without taking too big of a chunk out of your wallet.
  • You do not have to wait until summer to have fun with the kids. All indoor rides for kids. They also have a full arcade for your inner child to come out if needed. Great snack foods as well
  • There is so much to do for kids here. It is like 3 different companies in one. My little cousins loved it. We are thinking of doing a birthday here since the kids loved it. Only down side is you have to pay different admission for each company.
  • To the "owner" who responded to boris... why would you do that? This is a public forum and i will not support a business that perpetuates such belligerence. You do have a right to respond but I don't think attacking is appropriate. The review was that patron's opinion (among a long string of stellar reviews) and you can't win them all. I view owners responses as an example of their customer service approach. It's always nice to see when they take time to thank those who have provided good reviews and try to make it right for those who haven't.