Amusement Parks in Maine


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  • Joker's Family Fun and Games
    Cavorters of all ages caper about Joker's Family Fun and Games's massive indoor play zone, which is stocked with games and attractions that inspire climbing and sliding. Kids can scramble into the three-tiered A-Maze-Zing playhouse to navigate tubes, web bridges, and conference rooms, and toddlers can maneuver through the mini maze or hop aboard the train ride for a sightseeing jaunt around the tracks. Future adults can challenge one another in sundry classic arcade games such as skee-ball and air hockey, and more than 50 video games await thumbs desperate to win garlands of exchangeable tickets. Whippersnappers achieve liftoff in lieu of jetpack overalls on a Jolly Jump air bounce then safely glide down a 22-foot inflatable super slide. At the 14,000-square-foot Portland location, youngsters can also blast comrades in a space-age laser-tag zone, scale a towering rock-climbing wall, and master putting skills on an 18-hole mini-golf course. After extreme bouts of frolicking, families can quell tummy rumbles with slices of housemade pizza slathered in Joker's signature sauce or peek at the menu to peruse sandwiches, burgers, and chicken tenders.
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    512 Warren Ave.
    Portland, ME US
  • The Sports Arena
    Before they discover the wealth of games hidden just past the front entrance, visitors to The Sports Arena are met with an outdoor challenge on the undulating greens of its 18-hole outdoor miniature golf course. After putting their way to recreational immortality, visitors can check out indoor activities; pool sharks roam freely among the billiard hall's tables, and the arcade’s vintage and modern games frequently spit forth tickets redeemable for prizes. Good times continue to roll at the bowling alley, which hosts casual and competitive frames, private games in the VIP lounge, and Moonlight Bowling sessions until 1 a.m. every Friday and Saturday. Visitors in need of a recharge can grab a bite at Pat's Pizza's onsite eatery.
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    1640 Hammond St.
    Bangor, ME US
  • Maine Indoor Karting
    The karts at Maine Indoor Karting definitely aren?t of the amateur variety. The center maintains a fleet of European racing karts that balance the power of 200 CC, 6.5-hp Honda engines and wet clutch drive systems with the comfort of adjustable padded seats. Before climbing into these speed machines, adults must first attend safety briefings, suit up in provided uniforms, and strap on helmets. Drivers younger than 15 must complete an intensive safety course on how to steer safely, increase speed, and ramp over oncoming fruit carts. But all that prep proves to be worth it when drivers squeal out onto the newly renovated serpentine track and motion-blur their way through 1,200 feet of narrow stretches and sharp switchbacks. The family-fun center also houses an indoor 18-hole miniature golf course and an arcade filled with video games. An on-site caf? serves casual fare such as hot-dogs, hand-made pizza, and root beer floats.
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    23 Washington Avenue
    Scarborough, ME US
  • Aquaboggan Waterpark
    At Aquaboggan Water Park, anyone can perform spinning tricks on the half-pipe—it's practically unavoidable. Tube-equipped riders launch down the slippery 45-foot-tall parabola, careening up and down its sides before sliding down into the connected pool. Nicknamed Stealth 5, the half-pipe is just one of the park's unconventional attractions, joining the ranks of the Aquasaucer, a soft dome with a fountain at the top and ropes leading from its peak to its base. Of course, in its 35 years, Aquaboggan hasn't lost respect for the classics, both wet and dry. Its Pipeline entices guests down a twisting trio of slides, readying riders for a high-speed race on the Turbo Drop's side-by-side slides. Wee ones can splash in the wave pool or take part in a consequence-free lesson in aquatic navigation on the bumper boats. Afterward, guests can dry out on an 18-hole mini-golf course and a high-speed go-cart track.
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    980 Portland Road
    Saco, ME US
  • Seacoast Fun Park
    Seacoast Adventure gets families outdoors yearlong to breeze down ziplines, pilot go-karts, and putt around the 18-hole mini golf course. They also navigate the obstacles of attractions such as Crazy Apes Adventure Park, a network of elevated rope courses, and soar on the 100-foot Sky Swing. On winter weekends, 12 lanes of snow tubing beckon them, and at any time of year, the café provides respite with burgers and pizza, hot and cold drinks, and soft-serve ice cream.
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    932 Roosevelt Trl.
    Windham, ME US
  • Boothbay Railway Village
    Established: 1965 Reservations/Appointments: Not offered Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Pro Tip: Don't miss our collection of more than 60 antique autos, from a 1902 Rambler to a 1962 Rolls Royce. Handicap Accessible: Yes Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Narrow Gauge Steam Train Rides Recommended Age Group: All Ages Q&A with Margaret Hoffman, Assistant Director Apart from your business's main attraction, do you offer any "hidden" services or activities that visitors are always delighted to learn about? Apart from the antique autos and our collection of trains and train-related items, we also care for more than 28 historic buildings and structures, including the original Freeport Station (c1912), moved here in 1964 when Maine Central Railroad stopped cargo service on that line. For more than fifty years LL Bean shipped packages around the world from that station. Other buildings on the grounds include a rare octagonal crossing shanty from Portland (c1905), Thorndike Station (c1871), Boothbay Town Hall (c1847), and Spruce Point Chapel (c1927). What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? Maine?s Merci boxcar is part of the permanent collection at the Boothbay Railway Village. A restoration of the car and its beautiful plaques, bearing the coats of arms of all of the provinces of France, was completed in 2009. The Merci Train was a train of 49 French railroad box cars filled with tens of thousands of gifts of gratitude from at least that many individual French citizens. They were showing their appreciation for the more than 700 American box cars of relief goods sent to them by (primarily) individual Americans in 1948. The Merci Train arrived in New York harbor on February 3rd, 1949 and each of the 48 American states at that time received one of the gift laden box cars. The 49th box car was shared by Washington D.C. and the Territory of Hawaii.
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    586 Wiscasset Rd
    Boothbay, ME US
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