RaceRoom Fresno’s realistic racing simulators transport drivers to famous circuits from around the world, placing them behind the wheel of more than 600 race and production cars. Visitors cradled in comfortable bucket seats wrestle with high-quality steering wheels as immersive audio systems pipe in the sounds of revving engines, screeching tires, and ahoogaing bike horns. More than 50 tracks are painstakingly re-created with eye-catching, high-definition graphics displayed on single monitors or in three-screen panoramas. Detailed leaderboards keep track of best times by car class and track, allowing racers to chart their progress online.
Ambling across a stage in costume, microphone in hand, belting out favorite karaoke tune. Navigating the twists and turns of a jungle gym before tumbling into an adjacent ball pit. Assembling the perfect mound of sweet eats at a candy buffet. Kids 14 and younger can indulge all their performative, energetic, and gastronomical desires at The Jungle Party House's climate-controlled indoor playground. Kids can test out gravity at the facility's bounce house or create a functional abacus at the arts-and-craft stations before heading over to pool, air-hockey, and foosball tables. Professional party planners help shepherd youngsters toward befitting activities during birthday, team, or church soirees, which The Jungle Party House accommodates with a plentitude of packages.
In the ongoing battle against boredom, Kickin It stays true to its name by helping visitors boot the "There's-Nothing-to-Do" blues with an arsenal of entertainment options. Lining one wall, flat-screen TVs flash graphics from the latest PS3, Xbox, and Xbox Kinect video games, including 70" LED sets that magnify the heated competition of online play. Friendly competition continues at several billiards and air-hockey tables. Opposite the gaming wall, a row of booths invites allies and adversaries alike to strike an armistice over snacks, including pizza, nachos, and sodas, offering an oasis from the summer heat and the unpredictable downpours of suntan lotion that come with it.:m]]
Since 1955, the Rotary Storyland and Playland have sparked young imaginations and earned a place in the hearts of multiple generations. At Playland, classic amusement-park rides, such as a ferris wheel, tilt-o-whirl, and a historic carousel, induce merriment and occasional regret over eating multiple corn dogs immediately before boarding. In the center of Playland lies Splash Junction, a free place for patrons to cool off on hot days under jets of water. Across the lake, Storyland takes a different approach to fun, populating its grounds with themed playground equipment inspired by classic tales, such as the legend of King Arthur and the lesser-known story of Jack and Jill starting a bottled-water business.
Maxx Putt Fun Zone takes the rigors of an outdoor ground game and translates them into a phosphorescent indoor experience that's fun for all ages. The 18-hole course travels the glowing, blacklit globe with holes in Venice, the Great Barrier Reef, and the Great Wall of China. Once 36 hallucinogenic holes have been successfully sunk in stellar style, you and up to seven friends and/or samurai currently protecting your village can enter a four-vs.-four war in the Balladium stadium. The Balladium ball blaster system is a fast-paced shooting battle, as well as a legally acceptable method for settling intellectual property disputes in Australia's Thunderdome-based judicial system. During each five-minute game, each player uses a cannon to launch foam balls toward targets, plus any opposing players, in order to score points and win the game.