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Castaway Play Cafe, Howell

(45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Our kids love it here and the couches are comfortable. The food is yucky though and I would love to enjoy some snacks and get a coffee and relax. Can't believe the adults have to pay to get in now tha...  more »
  • Great fun evening, with education and comedy all in one. Suitable for the whole family. Lot's audience participation involved. Excellent  more »
  • A great place to take the kids and let them burn of energy. Bounce house, slides, video games, laser tag, and a structure unlike any jungle gym you've ever seen,  more »
  • We went here the first time yesterday with a 15 month old and I was worried he wouldn't have much to do. For the price, it was $10 for 2 adults and one child. That was the weekend price so it was more. It was absolutely hands down worth it. They have one giant bounce slide, one smaller one and a few smaller game style ones. Then in a separate area they have a really nice play structure and even comfy couches for the parents. For the price, when you consider all that must cost it's a really great price. My son was able to play on absolutely everything. Plus, parents can go on everything too. A lot of other places parents can't go, which would mean my son couldn't either. We will be going here very often. My local children's museum charges $6 per person over 1 and unless they are 4 or 5 they can't do 90% of the museum. This is a wonderful place to take your kids, get lunch or dinner, and let them burn off that energy :)
  • This place is foul with the cleanliness standards. I used the restroom and notice dried feces on the wall, but they had several signs on one wall with step by step instructions on how to properly wash your hands. I ordered a grilled cheese for my son and garlic knot and after an hour I received my food, I was given a tray with my food on it. When I got to my table and set my food down I had a nasty film of grease on my hands from the bottom of the tray. Now, the high light of the day was the laser tag. That was a good time. That is where the 1 star comes from for this review. Oh, and when the staff can not due basic math when they forget to give back the small amount of change that was due and they need to call 2 other staff members to help with a basic math problem, that is very sad....
  • I went here for my 12th birthday. Its a nice place. Adults will enjoy the large play structure. The food is great you can't leave without try the French fries. Nice toddler area for little ones. I went in Saturday. Gets kinda busy but never that crowded. The laser tag is beyond wonderful. I would definetly be coming back
  • Wonderful arcade and laser tag! I always stop by when I get the chance to have some fun at a good price~
  • I used to love this place. The price was decent. Now they charge for a two year old which is rediclous. Children under 3 should be free period as majority of places. Now they charge for adults. Keep uping the price for kids. Everything is already so expensive that I more than likely won't be taking my children here again. The layout just sucks now. Some of the play structure is now blocked off yet they are still charging so much. Everything about this place was amazing when it first opened now I can't believe the prices and the things they are doing. I will be finding a new place to attend