Amusement Parks in Norman


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  • HeyDay Family Fun
    HeyDay Family Fun provides activities, games, and family fun for all ages. On an indoor ropes course, harnessed climbers traverse balance beams and bridges suspended far above the large arcade. From that vantage point, patrons get a bird's eye view of their rivals' air-hockey strategies or watch slick masses of horsepower slip around corners on Need for Speed and Fast and Furious racing games. In the two-level, 7,000-square-foot laser-tag arena, walls of swirling fog close tightly around warriors as they hide under bridges and dodge behind illuminated pillars. The noise of good-natured combat drifts faintly out over 18 holes of mini golf littered with waterfalls, streams, sand traps, and rugged outdoorsmen trying to live off sand. DoubleDave's Pizzaworks, an onsite family-friendly restaurant and sports bar, quells protesting tummies between games with a menu of strombolis, wings, sandwiches, and hand-tossed pizzas made with fresh-daily dough. HeyDay Family Fun also offers birthday party and group packages.
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    3201 Market Pl.
    Norman, OK US
  • Pole Position Raceway Oklahoma City
    In 2005, Jason Williams and Ken Faught assembled a team of experienced racers and designers to create the driving experience at Pole Position Raceway. Williams, a motocross racer since 1984, and Faught, a three-time land-speed record holder at the Bonneville Salt Flats, recruited professional drivers Kurt Busch and Jeremy McGrath to help their engineers. They reimagined every detail of the track from the ground up, creating indoor courses that balance the grip of asphalt with the swervy fun of polished, concrete slick tracks. Pole Position Raceway's Formula EK20 Pro Karts rumble over the track powered by 18-horsepower motors (nearly triple that of average gas karts), which reach speeds up to 45 miles per hour without filling the temperature-controlled arenas with fumes. After the first Pole Position Raceway opened in Corona, California, it soon spawned 14 locations stretching to the Atlantic. Technicians maintain the fleet via handheld computers, and top drivers are regularly sent out to evaluate karts? handling and reading comprehension. During races, up to 12 guests compete in contests that last about 10 minutes.
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    2905 NW 36th St.
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • White Water Bay Water Park
    Oklahoma may be landlocked, but you wouldn't know it after visiting White Water Bay. The state's largest water park invites visitors to relax, take in a Dive-In Movie, or munch on funnel cakes, pizza, and other snacks. But it's the water park's more than 30 family, raft, and slide rides that bring the crowds for H2O-related fun. Check out a few highlights below. Mega-Wedgie Splash into the water after free falling 64 feet down from this 277-foot-long speed slide. Castaway Creek The lazy river welcomes your whole family to lounge atop an inflatable tube while you float down a slow-moving river. Big Kahuna The whole family travels down this flume slide before landing in a 4-foot pool. RipQurl Individuals or pairs can hop aboard this high-energy, high-capacity tubing bowl ride. Cannonball Falls Choose between a pair of slides, each featuring an 8-foot drop, for a wild adventure.
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    3908 W Reno Ave.
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • Frontier City
    Frontier City provides all the thrills of the Old West, with a few more roller coasters and considerably less high noon duels. First opened in 1958, Frontier City holds the title of oldest theme park in the state, and its entertaining legacy continues today. Check out a few highlights among the park's many attractions. Wildcat The classic wooden coaster hearkens back to the rides of yesteryear. Brain Drain This brand-new thrill ride throws park-goers for a loop to the height of seven stories. Steel Lasso Oklahoma's only suspended family coaster lets you soar with your feet dangling free. Paul Bunyan's Timbertown Little ones can stop by this interactive play area for fun activities. Renegade Rapids A twisting river drenches riders as they navigate its turns.
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    11501 N I 35 Service Rd.
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • Laser Quest
    Laser Quest's mazelike, multi-level arena lets up to 30 players weave through the clouded fog with the grace of a skydiving basket-maker—taking cover behind barriers, swooping around corners, and raining beam-bolts down from the upper decks. Players can compete either as friendly teams or as lone wolves. Once they are surrounded by intense crossfire rarely seen outside of stormtrooper raves, players must use strategy, stamina, and well-timed hand-mirror shields to defeat the opposition.
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    10944 N May Ave
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • Orr Family Farm
    Youngsters can learn more about agriculture and animals at this family-operated farm. In addition to educational opportunities such as cow-milking demonstrations, the farm also entertains visitors with a vintage carousel, zip-lines, pony rides, and carnival snacks.
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    14400 South Western Avenue
    Oklahoma City, OK US