Gamin Ride treats guests of all ages to a mobile gaming experience that features a trailer with 16 seats perched in front of high-definition screen. Multi-sensory gaming stations connect to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo Wii consoles, while Gamin Ride's retractable awning shades an outdoor theater with two Wii-equipped 50-inch TVs. Besides video games, Gamin Ride's theater enlivens parties with activities such as sumo wrestling and laser tag.
At All Star Bowling and Entertainment's four locations promise entertainment for all ages with some combination of bowling, video games, karaoke, bumper cars, and laser tag. The new Draper location features laser tag (also available at two other locations), bumper cars, and mini bowling with shrunken lanes and pins. The Sandy location a laser frenzy game, which is a labyrinth of lasers, mirrors, haze, and cosmic lighting that players must navigate. All Star Lanes Bowling's locations also feature restaurants and sports bars with plenty of food, drinks, and TVs equipped with professional sports packages.
Seven Peaks' multiple locales thrill guests with attractions ranging from water slides to go-karts and paintball. At Seven Peaks Waterpark Provo, the aquatically inclined can cascade down water slides, seesaw around the mammoth half-pipe tube ride, or ride the crests of the 400,000-gallon wave pool. Guests can scan the attractions at Seven Peaks Waterpark Salt Lake City, such as unique water slides and the Amazon River, then plummet off the Cliffhanger, a curvy slide that ends with a sudden 5-foot drop into a pool. The Lehi and Orem locations house an assortment of waterless excursions, including mini golf, go-karts, batting cages, and laser tag.
The Utah Pass of All Passes gives guests access to paintball and laser-tag games. Pass holders also receive perks such as access to skating at Peaks Ice Arena, admission to events at Rocky Mountain Raceways, and admission to baseball and soccer games.
Play sessions at Monkey Mountain do more than help kiddies burn off bottled-up energy. Whereas open-play and drop-off sessions allow children to laugh and bound across forest-themed play areas, the center also nurtures children's intellectual and interpersonal skills. Staff members help kids develop social and collaborative skills by encouraging them to play with one another, whether by climbing the mini rock-climbing wall or navigating obstacles and slides inside the four-tiered jungle gym. Even toddlers can safely tumble in a supervised soft play zone. Drop-off services such, including Little Primates Play School, serve as supplement to formal pre-school courses and are offerred seven days a week. Camps, birthday parties, and other special events round out a full menu of frolic-friendly engagements. Additionally, Monkey Mountain works to improve the lives of endangered animals by contributing $0.25 of every child's admission to a featured charity year-round.