Fun parks offer activities for everyone in the family: children ride go-karts, parents gamble on mini golf, and teenagers grapple with the cyclical pattern of desire and consumption in Pac-Man. Have fun near your family with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $11 for mini golf for four at The Plex South (up to a $22 value)
- $22 for a 50-token punch card for the batting cages at The Plex South (a $45 value)
- $109 for a two-hour birthday party for up to 20 at either location, with unlimited activities, three pizzas, sodas, and party set-up with chairs and tables (a $225 value)
The 18-hole indoor mini golf course features a challenging array of water hazards and angled sides, and is suitable for year-round play by guests of all ages. Also indoors, the climate-controlled batting cages are equipped for both baseballs and softballs, with speeds ranging from a slow lob toss to a 70-mile-per-hour fast-pitch. Each token is good for 12 pitches.
During birthday parties, up to 20 guests can play a sport at the north location or enjoy unlimited access to batting cages and mini golf at the south location, before sharing three large one-topping pizzas and sucking down a soft drink each. Cake, balloons, and other add-ons are available for an additional fee.
Fully focused on recreation—whether it's kicking a soccer ball or launching off a moon bounce—The Plex and The Plex South offer a huge variety of sports and entertainment for all ages. The original location, The Plex, is home to 45,000 square feet of indoor sports-centric facilities, including an inline rink, two soccer XLTurf fields, and a parking lot for competitive four-square matches. In the warmer months, two stadiums and fifteen outdoor fields are available for activities such as flag football, outdoor soccer, and summer youth programs.
The Plex South takes a more casual approach to activities, with offerings such as mini golf, batting cages, and birthday parties, in addition to sports leagues and programs. Batters of all ages can step into the batting cages for both softball and baseball batting practice, with speeds ranging from slow lob to Randy Johnson fireball. Meanwhile, aspiring golfers or Caddyshack III extras putt and swing clubs year-round at either the driving ranges, or 18-hole mini golf.