The family is the basic unit of society—yet, statistically, family members are the very people most likely to steal the extra Arch Deluxe you've been saving for all these years. Solidify family alliances and suss out enemies with today's Groupon: for $15, you get one pass for unlimited bowling, unlimited rides, and two go-kart races (a $36.50 value) at Knuckleheads Bowling & Indoor Amusement Park in Wisconsin Dells. Bowling-shoe rental is included.
Knuckleheads is an 80,000-square-foot playland festooned with 10 rides, 24 bowling lanes, and a little area billed as the biggest arcade in the Dells. If heaving projectiles down a polished path is your forte, then you'll enjoy open bowling all day long; cosmic bowling, which lights lanes with unearthly bright hues, is always available at Knuckleheads. Casual strikes and hunting turkeys aren’t everyone's specialty, so this deal includes unlimited rides. Churn stomach muscles until they induce smiles on the roller coaster, Himalaya, tornado, and flying tigers. Adults and kids who crave contact can crash bumper cars, and futuristic family members can rock out on the 4-D theater ride, which is a full-body experience exactly unlike skydiving or donating half a liver.
A day full of laughter and excitement can induce incredible amounts of hunger, so Knuckleheads offers dining options for its party people. Whatever your preference, you’ll find enough fun at Knuckleheads to fill an intricate system of melancholy caverns.
Must be 10 years or older and at least 54 inches tall to drive a go-kart.
- I had a blast here in this huge arcade that had games for kids and the kids-at-heart! – Michelle H., Yelp
- I took my four kids (ages 3-12) to Knuckleheads in Wisconsin Dells. They had a blast!! With go karts, a rollercoaster, rides, and a 3D movie experience there was something fun there for all of them. – 4kidsyikesWisconsin, TripAdvisor
Knucklehead’s Bowling & Indoor Amusement Park
Knucklehead's Bowling & Indoor Amusement Park's 80,000-square-foot facility is bursting with a dozen family-friendly attractions. In the bowling alley, a light show illuminates pins and balls to the tune of festive music and a black light adds an eerie neon glow to cosmic bowling. You can also bowl under conventional lighting, of course, opting for automatic bumpers to prevent gutter balls and marshmallow pins to muffle noisy strikes. Elsewhere, go-karts zoom around a track, bumper cars collide, and visitors swing hand-over-hand through a weblike ropes course. A roller coaster zooms throughout the space, and the arcade whirs and flashes with video games such as Dance Dance Revolution and Madden, as well as traditional games that award prize tickets to their deftest handlers.