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Lollipop Park, Centennial

Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
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  • 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 ...  read 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...  read more »
  • Fun place for children. A couple of the rides allow adults to ride with their children. My grandsons Byron and Kayden loved the train. 
  • This place has some of the rudest staff around. All of them made me feel unwanted and embarrased for asking simple questions. I will tell everyone I know to never come here, and I will not repeat my mistake. EDIT The only one lying here are the owners. I don't have a son and my daughter is 5 not 6. These reviews are not necessarily out of spite, they are to assist people in their entertainment decisions, and I honestly don't know if the owners have other people making rude responses to honest reviews or if they sit on the computer all day instead of managing their mediocre theme park. Yes, the staff are rude. They're teenagers. They aren't exactly known for their respect and work ethic.
  • I encountered several very young staff members who were condescending and rude when I asked simple questions. Example: At LASER Tag, I asked if the upcoming session was booked because of the birthday party. The 16-17 year old staff member exaggeratedly waved his arms back and forth across the screen behind him showing that there was a birthday party every session for the rest of the day. His tone was sarcastic and rude. I explained to him that I knew there was a birthday party but I wanted to know if it was BOOKED or could we take part in the session??. He shrugged his shoulders and said there was no way to know. I had a similar interaction when trying to get a ball at the mini golf course, and again when trying to get skates for the ice rink. We felt wholly unwelcome here, so we left much earlier than planned and will never return.
  • This is part of the the Arapahoe Family Sports Center and caters to the younger crowd, think toddlers throught age 5 or 6. Lollipop Park is indoors and takes up half of the building. The other half has bumper cars and video games downstairs as well as laser tag upstairs. There is also an ice rink and actual restraunt with real food (that is quite good) versus the fast food-ish options offered by the rec center. Lollipop features kid sized carousel, tea cups, small bouncy, ferris wheel, etc. Good option for cold or hot days and indoor birthday parties for younger kids.
  • BECAUSE I've read the reviews and owners responses back to them , I am really considering lollipop park for my daughters birthday! I really enjoyed reading his responses and can tell he has passion for the work he does! Good for you man! :) Both of my daughters have birthdays in September. Youll be seeing us soon!
  • This place was just as advertised. My 3 year old daughter loved the rides. We showed up at 6:30 and the place was pretty empty (which was nice- not complaining.) My only real complaint is the workers.. they kept counting down the time they had left before the place closed. It was a little irritating.. made us feel a little rushed and unwelcomed. The workers were not rude by any means, they just seemed bored and ready to leave. They started cleaning at 7:30 (place closes at 8) so we pretty much wrapped it up and left shortly after that... Overall, the price was great and the rides were fun.. I would recommend it. It is probably better to show up a little earlier though. Also, if you want to eat anything, show up before 7. We decided to eat too late and the food area was closed.
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