Without dedicated bonding time, family members grow resentful of one another's bad habits, such as cheating at Monopoly and warming socks in the toaster. Preserve familial unity with this Groupon.
$20 for an Amusement Package (Up to $42.50 Value)
- Five attraction passes (up to a $6.50 value each), each valid for a round of go-karts, bumper boats, in the indoor soft-play playground, Water Wars, Laser Extreme, Woody’s Den, or miniature golf
- $10 worth of arcade tokens
Wildwood Highlands serves an all-ages buffet of adrenaline-filled rides and fun-soaked activities that visitors can access with fistfuls of tickets. For five-minute intervals, go-karts whip through a winding, 1,000-foot course that challenges mini-motorists' reflexes, hand-eye coordination, and familial bonds with each cutoff to the inner rail. Visitors can captain bumper boats through the 5,000-square-foot Wildwood waters, thumping vessels as they pass fountains and circumvent the island. Woody's Den enchants small children with calliope music and magical animals who steer tots toward the spinning slime-bucket ride and old-fashioned train. Two 18-hole miniature-golf courses school putters in the principles of geometry and psyching out competitors with inopportune coughs and cackles.
Wildwood's arcade entices button smashers with more than 70 games that they can play to win tickets, which can be redeemed for prizes such as stuffed animals and action figures. While bouncing from attraction to attraction, thrill seekers can recharge their energy with pizzas, wraps, pretzels, and cotton candy at the snack bar.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Good food, good fun... Variety on the menu, variety of activities to do!”
“the only thing i could suggest. we went snow tubbing for the first time and i was with a 5yr old and a 7yr old and we had never been there before. i think the kids...”
“the only thing i could suggest. we went snow tubbing for the first time and i was with a 5yr old and a 7yr old and we had never been there before. i think the kids working the top where they let the tow rope go should tell small children to get out of the way after he unhooks you. because they got slammed into by myself. i went last so that they wouldnt let go of the tow rope. or jump out. but the kid at the beginning couldnt of been nicer. he explained everything to my son. who is 5. ”
“Took our grandsons ages 4 and 7, they had a great time and so did we!!”