The spectrum of silliness is contained within three Adventure Landing attractions: race on go-karts in front of NASCAR-scout audiences, make a mark on frenemies in laser tag, or saunter and swing on the mini-golf course. (Laser tag is not available at the St. Augustine location.) Attempt each feat before going back for one last round of your two favorites, or use them all on a five-act go-kart play. The freedom of choice applies to how you use your five attractions; however, you must expunge the fun out of this factory's frenetic free-for-all in a single visit, making it a convenient way to happily exhaust over-energized tweens and tots.
The indoor and outdoor attractions at Easy Street Family Fun Center make it their mission to entertain visitors both young and old. Driven to succeed by Honda motors, single and double gasoline-powered go-karts whip around an outdoor track during seven-minute heats, speeding down straightaways, roaring through turns, and dodging spiked tortoise shells. The 18-hole mini golf course draws the eye with creative scenery such as a downed, half-submerged plane, and each hole takes players up hills, around rocks, and over bridges in search of low scores. Inside Easy Street lies an arcade with 60 games and an indoor gym where kids 8 and younger can pretend to be intrepid explorers climbing a mountain made of jungle-gym parts. After fun and games, the snack bar kindly offers to refuel families and friends with pizza, burgers, and high-octane ice cream.
Stretching across 12,000 square feet of indoor practice space furnished with fine equipment, Hit & Run's facilities help hone swing mechanics of little leaguers, high-school athletes, and beer-league beanballers thanks to a slew of pitching machines and training areas. Individual cage rentals allow a full 30 minutes of clobbering inside any of Hit & Run's seven regulation-sized batting cages, which stretch 70 feet in length and 14 feet in height to better follow the ball's trajectory and house sporting whales. In addition to its enclosed cages, the facility boasts four batting-tee and soft-toss stations, along with both baseball and softball machines. The Iron Mike and Jugs Super machines, meanwhile, allow helmeted hackers to zero in on fast-pitch spheres.